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Rc 'Mighty Minnie' To Hold Open House


', ;r. : ', .... o.. USS MIndoro (CVE 120)) Drill make
y s ?,.H_ Mayport carrier basin an Independence.
w. Day stop. Open House will be held
: ? '- : Saturday, It's jhe first visit here for the

., MIndoro. Due Here Friday- .

-As part of the Jacksonville area Independence Day cele

oration, the escort carrier USS Mindoro\ (CVE-120)) will -,

make Mayport\ a holiday stop and be open for public visitingon

July 4th.

I Hours for open house Saturdayare dubbed by her crew Is commanded ,

1300-1600. ,It marks the first by Capt. Paul Foley, Jr.7; -and ,, '' ,

3w. visit in Jax waters for the Min is scheduled to arrive at Mayport .

doro, and comes right on the heels Friday after a six month stay In '
of the appearance here last' week,
the Bofton Naval Shipyard where ,
of the USS Wasp.
the ship underwent extensive

TIIK MINDORO, or "Mighty overhaul. ,

Minnie" as I h e' a affectionately Since early In 1952, the MIndoro ,
has been operating as a memberof .

USS Wasp Host the Atlantic Fleet Hnnter-KHI- .

er Force, nerving as flagship-for .

To ThousandsAt Commander Carrier Division 18. '
LtD x&gw I S
| In this force, the "Minnie" has I

Open HouseAlmost won the coveted Navy Battle Efficiency '

"E" award for vessels of

1,000 persons an hour her class for the 1951 and
streamed over the hangar'and ,VOL-11 ,No. 13 U. S. N,, A. S. Jacksonville, Flo. 2 July 1953 1952. years '" :

flight decks of the attack carrier ,
USS Wasp last Sunday during'an ,,",c ":--u.: .. ,_
Annual Polio TilE MINDOKO has often been
Open House held at Mayport
from 1800 to 1600. referred to as a child of American r

Insurance patriotism, for she was built by,
Officers and men of the Wasp, ,
the third carrier to hold Open and made possible by war bond

House since the basin was completed Drive OpensThe ,, purchases of citizen of Pierc
at Mayport last year, were Is b < d County and the cJty of Tacoma
hosts to 3,755 residents of Jacksonville annual enrollment for I In the state of Washington. She '
and neighboripg citiesin Group Polio Insurance among was commissioned in Tacoma on

Florida and Georgia. civilian employees at the Naval' famed Commencement Bay in December
Air Station yesterday
Equipment Shown. opened of 1945. and named In hon- ,
Renewal of existing policies,
Static displays consisting of or of the 1944 landings on Mindoio -
'life-saving gear navigation, instruments and the writing of new contracts, Island In' the Philippines. ,
will continue through the close '"
a miniature catapultand Sailing through the Panama Ca.
of business on July 17 for those T 1
other equipment were lined desiring ; nal In January, 1946, the Mindoro
up in the hangar bay as part ofa joined the Atlantic Fleet at Nor- '
Because there has, been an upward
well organized tour. trend In the number of j folk, Va, and has since carried '

Spends Week Here Reservists to Bermuda, and< Midshipmen .
polio cases reported during the FRENCHMEN DEPART-Je suls blen content de pouvolr don- ,. "
Six days prior to open house last twenty years the Polio Insurance ner mes mellleurs t'ompllments-surh was the translation of the to Quebec, Canada. he"
the carrier had been operating in Group was organizedhere beginning of parting words spoken by Lcdr. Edward Medart, WAS the first escoit-type carrier .
Training officer of AO Schools NATTCenter, to three French to ferry planes across the octen"
water to Jacksonville
three years ago to give em- Navy students graduating from AOB( ) School last Friday. Translated unpieiiictable
Fighter Squadrons, under the ployees protection at low rates. to the Frenchmen by Sgt. Jose Huerlas-Jourda (second from Atlantic Ocean. t ,
operational command of Rear right) the message meant "1 am very happy to give you my Further uistlngutshmenU' ar e J
Admiral Osborne B. Hardison, Each individual covered is en- hearty congratulations You are members of a great country I constituted by the facts tint the
hope that have had much pleasure living us as we .
you as among Mlndoro has '" '
Commander Air Jackson one of the
Fleet titled to $5,000 non-prorated care largest l
have felt having you with us". French graduate In dress!' whites
ville, were aboard for training and treatment as may be need are (left to right) 11. (Ur) Marc Clubrlais and Petty Officers all-welded hulls in the world, and't ;
exercises. ed within three years after the Jean Crutianl and Rene Fogllanl. is one of the fastest of her type. !t'

Capt. R. S. Clark is Commanding initial diagnosis of Poliomylitis. Pass All Obstacles At AO School
Officer of the Wasp. No specified amount is'made for :
Weekend Tide Table
any particular type of treatment,

Fleet Air Wing11Units but included in the expenses are 3 French Navy Men HighAM. Low /,
all hospital expenses, medical P.M. A.M. P.M.'

service, iron lung, braces, nursing i
Sat. 1:2G 2:08
: : 7:40: 8:26:

Make Dozen care and.transportation.. Complete Schooling Sun. 2:25: 3:10: 8.39: 9:31: '

Kills' In ExerciseTwelve The cost of a family contract, '

which covers employee, spouse 'Take the moden aircraft turret which includes hydraulics, WEATHER OUTLOOK (

submarine "kills" were and all unmarried children up to electricity, gyros, motors, guns, munitions and other complicated Friday and Saturday ,Partly- "
made oft the Florida coast last age twenty-one, is $6,50 per year. systems, and try to explain it to a person in a, language foreign to
The cost o( a single contract is cloudy, continued warm, moderate ,
week.' him-you really have a problem, said Lcdr. Edward M. Medart, ,
The 12 "kills", however, were $2.75 'per year. Employees re- I! Training Officer at Aviation Ordnance Schools, Naval Air Technical easterly winds. .

all made on one submarine the newing or submitting new applications Training Center. Sunday- Partly cloudy, continued ,

USS Grampus, working in coor- for Coverage must sub- However, the problem of complicated warm wind r
dination with Fleet Air Wing 11'during mit premium at the same time. systems and language listed, and a Marine Sergeantwho

" & a week-long antisubmarine On new applications the effec- barriers did not stop three French was born in Spain, raised' during afternoon, maximum temperature ,

exercise. (Please Turn to Pace 8, Col. 2)) students, one officer and.,two ,en- in France and lately became a 95.Owning. .
Nineteen "attacks" were madeon U. S, citizen, from all obtaining ,

the "enemy" sub by four high honors upon completion of

squadrons of FAW-11, commanded A< ,#,. Fa. .44 v'FF Aviation Ordnance Class (B) Or Use ,
by Capt. Arthur S. Born, and a. t.a << < school, the most advanced in "-
aviation ordnance train- Ol Fireworks
12 of the approaches were con- general .

sidered successful. ing. Banned Here
w Mwk ,; :n..
25- Owning or exploding fire-
Patrol Squadron 3 led in the
week 'was works the Naval Air Station
course really a toughone
number of kills made with five "
successful attempts out of six for Lt. (Og) Marc Chabriais, or in Dewey Park, I Is prohibited
Petty Officer First Class Jean according to Station Instruction ,
attacks, Three kills were madeon
Crucian! and Officer No. 80501.
the Grampus by both VP-18 y rwA
ond class Rene Fogliani, all of This is in accordance' with ,
and Coco Solo based, VP-45. Trin-
the French Navy.. the laws of the State of Florida
idad based VP-34 garnered one .
kill. They ,Were virtually alone 'and city ordinances of the Cityof

According to the skipper of among men in trying to advance Jacksonville, which ,prohibitsthe
sale or possession' of fire-
their in foreign
the submarine Lcdr. Eugene C. training a

Barnhart ,III, this training exercise : school. However with the ap- works.
of Jose Huer Fireworks include firecrackers -
was one of the most successful pearance Sergeant
f p ? tas-Jourda as'an interpreter to skyrockets, Roman candles( .
in which. he ,has ever partici-.
pated. attend the classes with them, pin wheels, torpedoes and any

they soon rated high on the other explosives; used ai a fireworks -
Pilots and members of TACTICS BRIEFING-Briefing' members of his, squadron on- honor rolls. display.
crew tactics to use In attacking the:"enemy" sub USS Grampus during' The three had Parents of children living on
the patrol squadrons were almost Fleet Air Wing Eleven anti-sub exercises 'last week, is Comdr. the station In
or Dewey Park .
continually flying during the exercise George Ghesqulre (third from right), commanding officer of worked in ordnance before in '
with activity commencingat Patrol Squadron Three. Left to right are Aquilla Parker; AL2; their own Navy. Purpose of their will be held responsible for: ;
0200. Thirty minutes later they U. jjg) Thomas Davies; Lt. James Zowarka; Ervin Parker, ALC; attendance here was to acquaint compliance) with this order by 1\\,
James Ilidgins. A03; Comdr. Ghesquire; Lt. Aage Schou and War- their children. '
(Please Turn to Pate 4, Cot: 5)) ren Lathrop, AD3. (Please Turn to Page_ 8, Col. 5) I



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\ 2 July 1953

Page Two JAX AIR NEWS ._- "" ", !

Plank Owner' Of

tI s Center Facilities

Published '\f'r)' Thursday tor racy acthltlM at Naval Air Station Jacksonville Gets New Post
FJ 1..
NAS. J.el s..rilr.
CApt. Burnham C. Mc-Caffice .Commanding< OffU-er When Raymond'"Red" Martin,

Comdr. James: Jl. Armstrong .. .. .. ...... .I AMC, came aboard at the Naval a
Fleet Air .f.III. '
Rear Adm. Otborne B Hardlscn ... ... .. ...ti. ... ............. .. .Commander Air Technical Training Center, 4 t
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins . .. . .............. Chief of Slate he literally carried 'Training Fa;
Fleet Air .
1.( K1ere
Capt. Arthur S. Born . .. ..... Commander cilitles with him in a "cruise
Comdr. Jokeph T. Tnointon; ':::::::::":::,'.'::.'::::::::::Chief'Staff Officer box" froth headquarters at Mem-

Natal Air Ttthikal TraUlat Ce Jr
Capt. Edwin R. Perk . ... ... .. .. .. .. .. .... Commanding Officer I
Comdr. Klihaid S. Stuart' ..... .. .. .. . .. .......... .. Executive:: on lacer phis.As NATTCenter's facilities

Edward S. Lowe ..................>. .*..T....I.I .H....plUITapt. ..I .. ..... ...........Cornmandlns Officer/ swung into high gear two anda
Copt. I.. A. Newton ._._. "'__"._.. ._..Executive Ofllcer half years ago, Chief Martinwas
Capt.: EflMon B. Noble ...........:... ... ....,.......... .Con.!mandlnic Officer one busy person helping set h.,
Comdf Anthony Husso ............. ...................... .. .Executive:: Officer up the methods for training per- aa )
MBSMHMMM C TCMiii '--' -

The JAX AIR NEVIS U published weekly' at the U. S. Naval Air !Station. sonnel. i BIDS ADIEU:..Raymond "Red" Martin (center), who came to
Jackionvllle Florida, and printed commercIally' non-appropriated' << Kinds "Training I Facilities'he the Naval Air Technical Training Center in January 1951 to help
at no expense to the Rovernment and In compliance: with NAVEXOS P-J5. Rev. pointed out "is the 'Fasron' for set Training Facilities, has been transferred to NAS Cecil
Nov 1 Copies arc distributed I free of charge at the Naval Air Station the up
Natal Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve l Training Unit, Natal the Training Center Field. One of the key men at TraFac, !Martin has assisted in
Air Station Cecil field, the U. S. Naval Hospital. Instructors are screened for screening most of the present staff of instructors. Left is Bryce

Editor-Andrew II. Planer Worrork, AMC, one of the first chiefs Martin taught here and
Assistant Editor-Helen Harper Sports Editor-John Char s.t. AN; Staff teaching duties and the whole right is Lcdr. It. II. Gimbel, Training; Facilities officer.
nepo.If'IId' Henderson.' PNSN; Mildred Mueller SA; Clrculatlon-DUtilbu-. school program swivels aboutTraz'ac.
tIon-Maine; 1'usco, JO3 Vivian Knox. SA.
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member of the Armed Forces Prena<< Smlce.AFPS << Almost immediately up-
material swearing !In t .11 publication may not M reprinted without on his arrival here the training ,
the wiltten permission<< of Armed Forces, 1'iesa Service.\ Republication\ of other I,
mutter, r.e publications. Is prohibited without permission of plans got underway [ REPWllNQTOifl(1v ]
Editor: SAX V Like the genii of Aladin's
tllorlal offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions 8184 I
and 216.C0 Lamp, Training Facilities emerged _

_.- -- ------ -. from the "cruise box" Chief ( Armed FotCM frm J.rvlc.) Tor payment later to their suivl-
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.; Martin brought from Memphis. In recent Congressional action,

After serving here since January the House passed and sent to the vors.On
Serviceman the Senate side, Sen. Lev-
Decision Favors : 1051, Martin has been Senate a bill which allows retired erett Saltonstall (R.Mass.), chairman .

I transferred to Fighter Squadron military personnel to let some of

In Auto License Tax ProtestA 33 at NAS Cecil Field. their retirement pay accumulate of the Senate Armed Services
Committee, introduced a bill to

authorize' the loan of. two submarines -

favorable decision from the IT WAS EARLIER announcedby to Italy and another bill

Alexandra, Y*. civil and police Virginia's attorney general : 4/, ,.r H ab[ ,o.r r permitting personnel of the Na- -

court was rendered to a Pentagon that military persons whose cars 1,4' x' }!'r _,317.' r tional A d vis I o r y,Committee for
are registered in the State but
Aeronautics to attend graduate
,officer livingIn the city .
live elsewhere do not have to 4 te rese"arch
schools' for and study to
who protested paying the community 5
the State's personal property + 4 t t
car license tax. pay promote a more effective air re-
tax. Neither are they required search
Because of his Pentagon duty, program.
to report their cars on .
Air Force Francis Smith
Capt. the personal property tax forms
The 8hall' selected 1,527
a permanent resident of Tennessee -
furnished by Arlington County,
lives in nearby Alexandria kw a'dry" lieutenants junior grade from
Fairfax County, and Alexandria. :r $
license four staff corps for promotionto
and has
Virginia tags on
In order to take 'advantage of '
Alexandria wanted him lieutenant. The selections included -
his car. the Virginia decision, military '. !.li'ft
to buy the local auto tag, but he personnel must advise taxing officials .--.' .'j.....:. /.t <,.*<.:%- n. 'fi both male and female

took the matter to court, and officers of the Regular Navy
they are are on active
the judge said he did not haveto : f and Naval Reserve on active duty
duty, living in another State and : '
pay. ; with date of rank on or
that they claim exemption un- .w ..,... f
IT WAS THE latest of several der Sec. 514 of the Soldiers'and "> ".... \.. '. "'::-w:(,;' before June 27, 1950.

decisions laid down .. J" i t j. .; .
legal : by Sailors' Civil Relief Act. I,: AM ;

various courts giving tax reliefto (The serviceman on active duty \ ,. .., = .J.' .: \< :: .j The Navy has announced Hint
service under the Sol .'.:, '6. .- 338 chief and first class petty officers
persons has much more protection :'" '. '\ .: P' <.J"i .::.J.:
diers' and Sailors' Relief Act. from Uncle Sam than he really n. _".;,w, ... _".. '". ... 'on.,'_ of the Naval Reserve have

Other military persons whose knows about. To acquaint per- "SEE 'EAR YOUNG J.ADY"-MaJor Richard Cross Air Force been authorized to" transfer to the

permanent homes are outside the sonnel here with these benefits who is aboard the station at the NAS Infirmary for four monthsin Regular Navy This authorizationIn
conjunction with a medical experiment examines Dolores
State and who have out-of- Hnd protection, the Jax AirNews Feinberg of the Industrial Medical department. Major Cross is the result of service-wide competitive

state auto tags have been ex- will soon begin a series making a study of treatment of ear fungus, one of the more pre- chief petty officer exami

empt from the local car tax of tides on the Soldiers' and valent diseases. nations conducted Feb. 3, 1953.

right along. Sailors' Civil Relief Act.) *
Maybe You've Got Itl!
.. .1 A aerie of 10 short postgraduate -
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--,1: Force Doc Here In by the courses Army will Medical be conducted Service

I Caldwell, Hendry, Kirkland Earn'lAir Study during the fiscal year 1953-54,

the office of the Army Surgeon

NATTCenter Honor Man AwardsTwo General has revealed. The
'Acute External
Of Otitis'Watch courses are 'designed to help

sailors sand a Marine top- Formerly a'' machinist in the 4)hundreds medical officers keep abreast of

ped last week's graduating classes out for acute diffuse recent medical advances.
Army Arsenal at Joliet, Ill., Edwin .
at NATTCenter to win honor external otitis I of station personnel will
W AA honor
Hendry, was
It's not a plague, but it !I. contract this fungus between
standing a now
men student at the AOA) School. C PIVINESERVICES))\
Pfc. Phillip C. Caldwell from Hendry Join- type of disease that can bring and September. They should have (

discomfort, declares! Major Rich periodic checks for their own benefit -
Cleveland N. Y., finished! Airman 1 )
1 ed the Navy in ard J. Cross of the Air Force whoIs ( )

School with a 90.35) average: the, October 1952, I now at the NAS Infirmary experimenting .. .

best in his class of 126 Navy and and after boot I with the different This ear infection also is apt to Sunday Services at All Saint

Marine Corps personnel. I and airmantraining I methods of treating the disease. show up in hot, humid weather. Chapel list the following sermons

Caldwell, who graduated from .G VK.rh ; came Acute diffuse external otitis is Primary steps of treatment, it Is :.

Central nothing but a fancy name for ear pointed out, is to increase the secretion 0830-"The More Excellent Way"
to Jacksonville
Y.I fungus. It is an infection of in by Chaplain Elliott.
Square, N. i in March of of the I' wax the ear drum.
S [ : skin of the This 1045 Communion by Chaplain
ear canal which is wax Is a soothant and will -Holy
high school, enlisted
this He
I Hendry year. ,I
I generally caused by excessive exposure kill germs which find their way Montgomery!:
in the has been assigned to the Naval
to"water. Dr. Cross, who into the ear canal, according to Protestant
Facility at Weeksville, N. C.
t Marine Corpsin I I comes here from the School of Dr. Cross ,
st With -a high average of 82.18, I I 0830-All Saints Chapel.
1952, Aviation Medicine, l Major Cross'
May Randolph .stay here is In con- Chapel.
Kirkland AN the 0915 Naval Hospital
Elgin won -
i Field Texas will be here until junction with the Air
and went thru
AEA) School honors last week. program 09 Sunday School.
September experimenting with along with the
,recruit train- He credits an treatments. study being 1045-All Saints Chapel.
made by the
ing at Parris Navy, Washington
extra study Catholic
University 'of St.
Caldwell 'Island. From course, in high Through It has Louis and the Mass, St.
survey been d s- Florida State Board of Health. Sunday-0830; 1000-
here he wilt go to Aviation Elec- school physicsas
covered that
enclosed pools are the Edward's Chapel.
tronicsman School at Memphis. in
helpful major cause of the infection. Fresh Ably assisting the doctor during Saturday-0800-Mass.

Electric Water lakes, it I is further disclosed, the four-months DaiIy-> -Mass.
Capt. :Moore Retires project are Wil
Is another source of contraction.Salt liam A. Killlnger Sunday-Mass at Hospital Chapel -
student at Tu-
After 36 Years water, as It has the same iane University' 1645.
i Margaret E.
Completing more than 36 who joined the percentage of salt as has the body, Winn, of the University of Miami Mormon1930TuesdayNATTC

years active naval service Capt. Navy in 1952Ki; la the least offender.Per Medical School. Both Chaplain's
are classified
Chauncey Moore Commander took boot training at San Diego year some 00,000 cases of as students in training who-

Florida Group, Atlantic Reserve and airman training at Norman, this type disease have been reported enjoy) the clinical!' work and feel Christian office.Science

Fleet, was retired as Rear Ad- Okla. He has been ordered to throughout the Armed that the experience gained Chap-
will be
miral June 30. Quonset Point, R. I., for duty. Services. Dr. Cross believes that I I Invaluable In their future atud.'es.: 1900-Tuesday lain's office.n" -NATTC.


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2 July 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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(This is the last 'in a series of
> x.
articles containing the: In test
The Glorious Fourth Is here
voting 'information
UTAH again! Our holiday reading list

i begins with one book: the im-
General Elections will be held
plication is obvious if you plan .
Nov. 3, 1953 to elect two commis-
a trip in your "pursuit of happiness .
sioners in1 the cities of the first
;; How To Drive And Slay
class, a mayor and one commissioner
in the cities of the second
President Eisenhower's Dart
clasa and a mayor and two coun- .
mouth because it Involves
cilmen in the cities of the third address -
: of the of
for one provisions %
class. There is no provision
> .., our Bill of Rights, is causing
members of the Armed Forces to > '
v : : < much discussion. That is healthy
vote by absentee process in local _._w.. _n "___...., ._ ..__,: J......,.._, ..___. ... ...""., a -
American custom It is also
elections in the State of Utah. the largest in the nation, is
to be
CECIL FIELD GROWS-A. Miramar-type hangar, among an American privilege There is
ILLINOIS now under construction at NAS Cecil Field, and will be capable of handling one air group and a
Local General Elections will be Fleet Air Service Squadron. It has 59,001 square feet of shop office and hangar spare and is being no privilege that does not presup

constructed at a ,cost of J 1,830,000. The hangar is just one of many construction projects now underway pose responsibility and obligation ,.
held on Nov. 3, 1953. Officers of at Cecil. Also being built are a vehicle maintenance shop to house 300 vehicles, an aviation which, in the present instance,
cities, villages,. and towns, and supply warehouse, station maintenance building and an operations building with control tower. Cecil.
that in discussion
County Commissioners will be Field is In the process cf being converted Into a master Jet base. suggests any part a
must be based on sound
elected. There is no provision for I.
knowledge and thought rather
members of the Armed Forces to Observes Anniversary
than snap judgment.
vote by absentee process in local BLOOD BANK

elections in the State of Illinois. Your libraries have material to

This voting information applies Cecil Field Gradually Takes BOX SCORE I I help and form you clarify constructive your own opinions.ideas

to Service personnel, dependents No. Quota Per- !
Dy the way,how long has it been
residing: with I Service personneland Sch. Met cent

U.S. citizens attached to and Shape As Master Jet BaseNAS Cecil Field 15 30 200.0 tion since? And you've what read better the time Constitu-than

serving with U.S. Armed Forces NATTCenter 190 355 186.8 "The Fourth" to reread the Dee-

beyond the, continental limits of Special Servo 4 4 100.0
Cecil Field passed another milestone toward its destined claration of Independence? Our
the U.S. Ill is contained in change Medical 2 2 100.0
No. 3 of DA Pamphlet 21-50C, goal of bccpming a master jet base with observance of its first anniversary Dental 1 1 100.0 freedom is a constant reminderthat "
as a full-fledged Naval Air Station yesterday. "only the brave are free
NavPers 15850C, AF Pamphlet .
Operations H P 92.9Reserve
We have
a long heritage now and
34-5-1C and No. 3 of CG commissioned an
change Originally 75 54 72.0
the largest in the nation, and will those who it in the
Personnel of Circular 852. field for NAS Jax days
Communications 3 2 66.G
take care of one complete air of the Revolution have
in December 1941, Cecil Field sur- inspired
group and a large fleet aircraft Public Works 25 16 6.1.0Grn.
many a good story. We suggest a
Salvation Army To vived almost ten years of ups and service squadron Cv. Spgs. 30 17 56.7 few there
downs before gaining its present ; are many.
? M Security 5 2 40.0
Pick 9) 1
Up July
status. Valley Forge: Fascinating his
The bane, covering 6,000 acres, Admin. 5 2 40.0
The Salvation Army of Jack- With aviation here to tory of the group of heroes whose
jet stay, o & R 90 35 38.8 }
w I ill I I ultimately accomodate
approximately -
sonville has announced that its the Navy found it necessary to develop Supply & Jo'is. 26 8 31,0ComFairJax spirit caused a young nation to, k\

truck will pick up salvage at the certain naval air stations as 500 carrier-based air : 128 31 24.2 survive

Naval Air Station and Dewey Master Jet bases in order to pro I craft. A new ground controlled NARTU 7 1 14.3 Drums: North Carolina i is the

Park on Thursday, July 9. vide the 8,000-foot runways necessary I approach unit (GCA) is expectedin FAW-l1 4.3 4 9.6 setting :for a fine novel of the

'for the safe operation of this the near future, another impor IRD 1 0 0.0 18th century

type aircraft. tant addition to the all-weather Engineers 14 0 0.0 Richard Fryne: Romance; of
facilities for the training and sup- AIM 5 0 0.0 one of General Washington's secret
It was In January 1951: that Cecil Naval Ilosp 16 0 0.0 agents, whose service was \
port of naval aircraft on a round-
Field was among the stations Fla Mil Dist 5 0 0.0 without honor; his loyalty questioned i

chosen for this development, anda the-clock basis at Cecil Field. Brig 0 0 0.0 that he could carry out

huge expansion program was Many new structures have also Marine Bks 3 0 0.0 ,his dangerous missions. .

started the following July. been included in the
Approximately 15 million dollars expansion Betty Zane: Heroine of the }> .:
program. Ready for use now are cupylng the barracks. Revolution about whom Zane'I I
has been invested in the fieldto
date, and another 20 million is two Public Works buildings, one I Other housing projects Include Gray wrote the thrilling story I

scheduled for expenditure in the for housing the offices and a garage I two married, enlisted men's quar- filled with danger, escapes and

next 30 months. and maintenance shop for I ters to be completed by October true bravery.
300 vehicles. An aviation supply I Phantom Forest t: The Swamp :r,
Three 8,000-foot runways were 1953: and 132 family dwelling unIts -
warehouse, with more than 120- Fox and his guerilla campaign in .
completed last year, and construc- to be built, owned and oper
000 square feet of storage apace, the Carolinas-with romance as
tion on a third hangar, the Mira- ated private investors Cecil
by on
is expected to be completed in l Au- well as cunning!
GALLON will be finished this I Field
mar-type, land. Already approved by
gust. A $366,880 operations buildIng Naval Genius of George Washington
This hangar will be one of the of the this
year. Secretary Navy,
CLUB and control tower should be ; Famous as a military! man,
will house about 201 families
project -
ready for use by December, Washington's overall strategy '

Nursery Takes 24 officer. 'and. .180 enlisted has seldom been considered. (.,

In order to provide the much Knox does an interesting study .

'Short Cut' To needed housing for the anticipated All types of utilities I Including of this aspect of the man.

increase in personnel, a two million steam, electrical, water and sanitation I -- ..--

dollar contract will be let in are being expanded In conjunction
Fruel ADAM
Combat 01' Sol
NAM. August for the construction, of a with I the development t!

$.b Bob. Gr.VUfrat... 3, Reserve SX. Women who have harbored the large enlisted men's barracks. program.

Fleet. "mad desire" to wear shorts to More than 1,000 men should be Capt. John W, Byng is com
Ge.rae. nalII01.. there the fall of 1954 officer of NAS Cecil!
r.bll. Wtrk. the office when the temperaturesoars living by manding

Clyde br.uiu, AN, above 90 should apply for with over.2,000 men ultimately oc- Field. 1'IAIN8IDEThurs.
F ir.. Six: ., July :2:
Jut ('.tU., AXS, jobs at the Nursery. Gentlemen Prefer ... '
MMI Six Members of the staff there recently -
Of!. r r e Btbiiktt, added blue shorts and white Blondes .......... Marilyn Monroe '
8KSN, 8 pply. P %: Fri.
J. s e! p. Kirtrlfkt, blouses as summer working uni r July I
AdmUUinUUa. Dangerous Crossing.Jeanne Crain
forms. Neat and tailored, the
J .epk B...., VCTerVUt Y Sat., July 4
6). outfits seem to be proper attire a
T 6. m s s for supervising numerous activi Affair With A

C..leaU. Stranger ........ Robert Mitchum
Walter J. Gr.kl, ties of the children. ;:*' ttL
ADC, VK17S.G. MRS. IJNPE Forsyth, Nursery NATTCENTER ;+
Wlr, Thur, July 2
has also announcedthat
supervisor, _
otx.Joseph T. D'wrll' new picnic tables have been Tk bI Night Without .

.AD t, NABTIT. added to the playground area. As Stars ._............David Farrar
J. B. Enna. ADS, Fri., July 3
of this
NAETU. soon as the remainder

Culvert F. Duke equipment is received, the children Gentlemen Prefer

ALO, Vurtm /. lunches Blondes ............ Marilyn Monroe
Gilbert S. Sbl'- will enjoy picnic-type
t.., ADS, Opr&tl.... outdoors. Sat., July 4

OAK.Kmmrlt: K.-R rheU, TilE NURSERY, sponsored by I a ti r Dangerous Crossing.Jeanne Crain

the Navy Wives Club, offers its NAVAL HOSPITAL

services to aU children of service Thur, July 2

and civilian personnel, on an My Man And I..Shelley Winters

hourly or day basis. A "cut rate" Fit, July 3

_____ _________
card system saves 50% of estab ,_.... _'_ m Night Without

lished costs for those who use the IT'S TilE HEAT-Handling 150 children a day can be a warm, Stars ..._.-..._ David Farrar
frequently. Working or active job, but the staff at the NAS Nursery "beats the heat" by Sat., July 4
Nursery donning tailored blue shorts and white blouses as summer work- Gentlemen Prefer I
hospitalized mothers are chargedthe ing uniform Modeling the new attire are (left to right) Mrs.
small fee of 1.00 per day. Rose Smith, Mrs. Alicia Halbon and Mrs. Mary Middleton. Blondes ..._ Marilyn Monroe !


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V/-2, Fasron Nine Fasron Six, VF-174, VP-3. VC-62- Report Three 'Blue Bolts'

I Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons Combine Burning CraftNo To Save

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Spanish words and phrases are 1951, Alter reported to Fasron Six mental slouches, three

being spoken by several VJ-2 in June ,of that year from the r' "Blue Bolts" of VF-172, who
Great Lakes. $a saved the'Navy and the civilian
members now as a Jesuit of a detachment _
Allen is a native of New Castle taxpayers untold thousands of
being sent to San Juan, .
Puerto Rico where a better watchcan Pa.' and a graduate of Union dollars when they fought a fire .,
High School. He is undecided as fn F2H2 Banshee
be maintained on the hurt'I* a'costly while,
cares' breeding grounds "Si"' the to what type of work he, will do it was being refueled on the

hurticane season Is here again. when his enlistment is completed NAS flight line.

Two prospective members of the but Is considering working for an The novice firefighters were

Century Club were welcomed into aircraft company near: New Cas- Buster Scheuer, AN, Dick

the squadron recently when Ensign tle. Aller resides here in Jacksonville Bridges, AD N' and James

William C. Marsh and Lt. with his wife Bonny whois Johnson, ADAN, who have

(jg) John R Farrell reported a nurse at the Riverside Hos since been Commended by the

aboard from the Advance Train pital. ____ squadron commanding officer
ing Command at Hutchinson, Kan Robert Harris, ADC, and Je >i Lcdr. Jim Cain. '

rome H. Hightower, AOC, reported All three
(&8. to the _, '.. __... ... __a.... _>>.>...._.'-_ manned C02 fireextinguishers
Squadron for duty Monday
Plane captain .Raymond A. Harris COMMENDED-The trio on the left had its collective hands and remained
was previously attached
Dwyer, ADI, who became a.mem- full in extinguishing a fuel fire in one of VF-172's Banshee jets fighting the conflagration until
ber of the Century Club while to Air Transport Squadron while it was being refueled on the flight line. Left to right are, the heavier' equipment of the
with VJ-2 and elected 1, NAS, Patuxent River, while James Johnson, ADAN; Buster Scheuer, AN, and Dick Bridges, Naval Air Station fire depart-
was president
ADAN. The three being commended by squadron skipper
Hlghtower checked In from the are
ment could be
of the NAS Jax Petty Of- Lcdr. Jim Cain (right). brought to bear.
USS :Mlndoro Boston
The blaze was extinguished before
ficers'' Club has been transferredto
Naval Shipyard, Boston, Mass. West! is Lcdr, Jim, Parker and scheduled for a flight to Ohio and further
Patuxent River, Md. any damage was
Fasron's I{ e g I e r s won their from Sandia Base, Albuquerque, New York. ."Nothing like a weekend caused.
Richard G. Koster and James
sixth, seventh, and eighth straight N.M. Lt Joe at home," crew members re-' ----...----
B. Spears, AT3's, have temporail Slaughter
victory In the Veteran's Bowling marked.A .
ly left the squadron to attend a A set of new khakis and a box
Loop last week when they shut Speed Letter announcing the Commissary Closed July 4:

nine-week conducted by APS-20 the Fleet Radar Airborne School out N A TTC'. }{arlnes'In a triple I of cigars brought forth heartiest arrival of an 8-pound, '6-ounce ba- The Commissary Store will

header, Fasron Is in the No. 1 congratulations to Roy Evensen,
'Electronics Training Unit at Nor- by 'girl has been delivered to Albert i be open until 2000 Friday night
folk. position by three ,ames.F.17. former AD1 who was recently advanced I Lockhart, AT3. Congratulations II July 3 and will be closed the
to chief.: to Albert and Mrs. Lock
tFasron fourth of July holiday, Lcdr.C. .
Nine \ Former Hell Razor Lt. (Jg) Bill hart who is resting comfortably M. Ringland, off icer-in-

A-U the case wJlh every third Another chair In VF-174's ready Nealon recently paid a visit to the at their home in East Liverpool, charge of the store, has an-
room was filled last week when Ohio.
squadron while enroute to Faw- nounced.
Friday in the month, there were
Inspections held at Fasron 9. A Ensign George Watson,. who hails TuLant for a tour 'of duty. Pre John A. Morgan,:PAC, who was ,
personnel inspection, which was from Athens, Ga., reported aboardto ceding his new assignment he was recently advanced to that rate, Fleet Air .
become the "Hell Razors" latest "
rated as! "very good", and a- bag an F8F instructor at N A A S was among the recipients of the Wing
inspection, which yielded a few VF-174's "Wild Blue Yonder" Kingsville, Texas gala initiation for new "Hardfiats" (Continued from Pace 1))

men shy on shoes and socks. were being briefed on t he last
representative, Capt. Bill.McElroy,
Well-settled at NAS Guantanamo -, USAF, has returned after success- VP-S Four new men joined ,'p.! last known position of the submarine,

Day, Cuba, by this time are fully completing the jet Instru- Tnenty-flve VP-S men welcomedthe week. Adding were; Patrick W. tactics to use, and weather de

William J. McCann and John E. ment courses at FawTuLant, NAS chance to fly home for Sun- Daley, SA, from Moregan, Conn., tails.

Nlimaler, While In Fasron 9 they ,Key West. day dinner last week when one and Jack L. Smith, SN, Stanley, Aerial photographs were tak-

worked in the jet shop and the Also due for return from Key of the squadron's aircraft was N.y. Both men reported here en of the operation by photo
gas pool, respectively., from' the USS Curituck ((AV-7)). planes from VJ62. These films

Miss Joy Marie Gibbons made Hailing from St. Perry, Iowa, are now being utilized to help

her debut in this world recently, Keith W Spearing, PRAN, reported perfect the anti-submarine methods ;

and a petite young lady she was. aboard from NAS Lakehurst, and techniques compiled by

Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy ,Gibbons N.J., while Robert F, Koster, AO- Fleet Air Wing 11

,ale: very proud of all 5'i AA, Hudsonville, Mich., came J
Merrell and Lt. Johnson are the
pounds of her. aboard from NATTC Jax. ,
pilots who have been designatedto
On the 26th of June, James )foxJ *
u the VC-62 detachment.
J Icy, a Georgia boy who works In VC-62
Air Frames, headed for home to A VC-62 photo detachment will Highly successful carrier qualification

see someone, and of course, she'san embark on board the USS Ben- I landings were made last
extra-special Georgia Peach. nington on July 24 as part of theship's week when 12 VC-62 pilots quali
fied. The full benefits of these
fche's; the one he'll bring back as "Middle Cruise",
is to exercises will be keenly felt when
his wife. The cruise designed 'give
the Midshipmen an overall view detachments are deployed.
Fasron's two teams got together -
again last week for their weekly of the aircraft carrier and its air-

baseball contest, and team No. craft as a fighting unit and the

1 was trounced 10 to 4. In fact, tactical employment of the car-

everyone had a terrific time except rier task group.

the ump, who rarely lasts Aerial photography will be explained -
through the game. TIME SAVER-Charles Moore, AM2, (left) and Carl Hum. to the Middies in a lec-
bard, AN, (right) ,demonstrate the easy war to dismount tires ture by photographic Interpretation -
front Patrol type aircraft using a hydraulically-operated tlre.dls-
FuroR Sit x mounting machine perfected by personnel of Fasron "" Other officer Lt.: Thomas Johnson. i
Selected a* thin week's "White- men responsible for the time and labor saving rig are (background Topics covered will be: Historyof ifi
11at-of-the-Week" Is James W. Aler left to right) Russell Keller, AMI; Herbert Occurs Jr., Aerial Photography The Organization -
ADC; Lt. John Miller and Raymond Krawiec, AMI. dAow d l. M' Kra'.s
of the Detachment
A-M3 -
) who has earned the distinction '
for his skill and willing The Mission assigned and the

ness In performing structural repair Tire Dismounting Machine Equipment Utilized.

to Naval aircraft. Halifax, Nova Scotia will be one \t n

Enlisting in the Navy March 26, Perfected By Fasrpri 109The of the ports of call for the Ben- ,
nlngton during the three-week Wa
l1. "-"'" time.consuming. process cruise which will end on August
Nf tv ol dismounting tires of VP-type changes as needed, the' machine 14.. Lt. Clayton Shoemaker, Lt. i kI

f aircraft is a thing of the past .at was modified to a stage William Sisterhenm, Lt. Gene I j
of with ,
proficiency time necessary ,':
Fasron 109.Through. '
I to dismount a tire cut z 'pf
l lI I the efforts of live from the usual 4.6 hours to a ': '

members of the squadron, the mere 5.10 minutes. '!-1
old-fashion hand operated tire ,
The machine itself is made en- ">
dismounting machine has been ,l'{.
tirely from scrap metal. It can % % "
redesigned to operate hydraulic-
exert a pressure up to 3,000 t

i ally pounds, and incorporates many '
::( Under the guidance and direc- new safety features 'which will kj ;

i t tion of Lt. John Miller, who in- reduce the possibility of injuryto A dance will celebrate the

K ). tt stigated the changeover, Ray- personnel.To opening of the Patio at the CPO
Y4+ I' t mond Krawiec, AMI; Charles R. Fasron 109's knowledge, Club on July 4 at 2030. Music

Moore, AM2; Herbert L. Decurs, this is the first hydraulic tire for the occasion will be providedby

Jr., ADC; Carl D. Humbard, AN, dismounting machine, although the Revelers.

f. ( &1 and Russell D. Kelly, AMI, wentto various squadrons have previously The following club officials ,

work to assemble the hydraulic produced this same type of were elected at the General As-

equipment using' two salvaged hand operated equipment.!: It is sembly meeting on Monday the LANDS ,TV CONTBACT-
The cartoon above Is the first C-46 nose wheel actuating hydraulic hoped other units will utilize 29th of June. Re-elected Presi- Model Fran Keegan has been
la series of cartoons NBC-TV to
a depict signed by
ing various billets available to cylinders and a. coupleof the machine- to save man. hours, dent, Chief Warren, NATTC. The the -Big Payoff. appearon Unfortunately -
the AGO Students at the fluid accumulators and pres- sweat and toil Board ,of Governors are, Chief Fran is not one of the

Training Center. The ideas sure gauges. All of which proves a little. ingenuity Williams, NAS; Chief Zangs, payoffs. She 'models the winnings .
were hatched by the students Working step by step, and can "build a better ComFair-Jax, and Chief Harri- of the contestants. We
with art work by the Training hope lots of people win bathIng -
Facility Art Shop. adding parts and making mousetrap. son, NATTC suits.Page .


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2 July 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five I

Clothing Prices, 'Blue Bolts'OEVF-112 Riddle Targets I

Allowances 'DipAsOfJulyl To Accumulate 25 Coveted 'EV

A highly successful 30 daysof
taming the squadron's highest
competitive gunnery firing
over-all during the
was, culminated this week by average
Overall clothing allowances for pilots of VF-172 whose marks entire gunnery period.
men and women of the Navy are Recipients of the double "E"
manship riddled tow target
.. reduced as of July' 1 HI a result were Lcdr. Gilford D. Acker,
banners heavily enough to net
of .reductions In prices of service Lt. Robert M. Hamilton, Lt.
them 14 "E's" at 25,000 feet
clothing., 1 Roy P McClosky, L't. George,
4 t and 11 "E's" at 15,000.
Reflecting; changes in Navy and t During May the "Blue Bolts" V Warren, Lt.Jg( ) Richard M.
"' Marine I clothings procurement ar ? went aloft for exercises! over Bellinger, Lt.jg( ) Albert Wil- .
roots the hila, Lt.jg( ) Donald Hayns-
new clothing prices re- Guantanamo Bay, Cuba while
-, Bulled in the Initial clothing allowance temporarily stationed at Lee- worth, Ensign James A. New-
for sailors, being lowered by ward Point. Over 1,100 flight comb and Ensign Dave A.

; ", $175 from $165.00 ,to $163.75: Instead hours were logged during the North..

. of the old $244.30, a recruit 0 month. Single "E" winners at 25,000

Wave ':'in' have an allowance of Li. George Warren, a double feet were Lcdr, James B.

22275. "E" winner, added another Cain, skipper of VF-172, Lt.
Paul G. Creteau, Lt(jg) Paul
Initial clothing allowance for laurel to his squadron by,main-
A. Ltjg( ) Louis P.
male Marines will be reduced from GARNER "EV-Eleven more recipients of the Navy "E" for Riley,
competitive firing are these eleven "Blue Bolts" of Racy and Ensign Thomas Fisher -
$196.10 to $170:40: and the sam gunnery 69 To Take Exams
Is true for Marines who Fighter Squadron 172. Centered is the squadron skipper Lcdr Those garnering "E's" at .
women James Cain. Surrounding him (left to right) are, Ensign Dave Promotions 15,000 feet were Ensign JamesS.
\ Mill have their clothing allowance North, Lt. Paul' Cretau, Ensign James Osborne, Lt. (Jr) Donald For E-3 ., Osborne and Ensign Donald
cut by 3268. Haynsworth, Lt. Robert Hamilton, Lt. (jg) Albert U'Unite, Lt. The lime has come again for
Roy McClosky, Lt. Richard Bellinger, Ensign James Newcomb M._ Minntgerode.
for their
and Ensign Donald Minnigerode._ apprentices to "go up" .
Some of the more Important respective Airman and Seaman

items, affected are: ratings.. Sixty-nine men and
Vet Of Two Wars
VF-32 First To
. Old New Waves will fall in outside the
Trice Price' Mainside Mess Hall at 0800, July
, Land'Cougar'Aboard Gains Honor AsPOofiheWeek
Blankets, wool, ciew,$ 8fQO $ 7.6tt' 7 with identification cards!, ready

Hats; white ...,._...... ,70 .65 FlattopNaval : for Personnel exams. recommended for

JumpersBlue aviation' history was advancement to grade E-3
dress ............... 950 9.05Blue pay I
(This is the tenth' in
made here last week when a MW will fall in by seaman'and airman Three NATTC Waves, Maxine
undress ....... 660) 70<
Fighter Squadron 32 became Petty-Offlcer-of-the-Week: series groups and in alphabetical order Ahrens, PH3; Mary Silvestri,

Neckerchiefs ............ 75 .65! the first operational "Cougar"jet at the Naval Air Technical' Of the 69 recommended, 16 will SK3, and Mary Lee Biggs, DT3,

. Overcoats, enlisted squadron to land aboard a Training Center take exams for Airman; 11 for recently' returned( from Petty Officer -

::. men .._v.___.._. 25.00 24.25 carrier, setting down one on A battle-starred veteran of two Fireman; onefor Construction. School at Bainbridge, enthusiastically -

, Raincoats, enlistedmen the USS Wasp while it was wars is Charles W. Jarvls, ALC, man and 41 for..Seaman relating their experiences

," .... .................. 1180 11.7( operating off Mayport. instructor in mathematics-at the at the school. -
I" Commanded by Lcdr. Mel Airman Preparatory School. Draft
Rating Badge / 23,000 Face It was an opportunity to make

"'t., d",. CPO-gold ............ 3.50 3.20silver ( Bell, the squadron took 45 During his 19 years in the Navy, In Month of AugustWashington new friends, renew old acquaintances -

rl; ................ 2.15 2.00 minutes to land all craft. Chief Jarvlshas I and get a new slant I
(API'SA) request -.
The also host
Wasp played
' on the Navy. The school was organized .
Shoes coveredboth
; ; for the
, ; for 23,000 men
to another Fleet Air Jax group
. Leather black low 5.40 5,2C to train petty officers in i
. .1.. when VF-104 pilots cameaboard the Atlan- month of August, to be assigned -
:' Leather; black for qualification land- tic and Pacific to the Army, has goneto qualities of leadership.

high ................ 500 52C in their Corsair the Selective Service Director Attending classes for four ,
ings fighter
.. Trousers Oceans. During ( I MaJ Gen Lewis B. Hershey weeks, the girls were instructed ;.1
planes. World War ll in o'n Uni-
i '- Blue, cloth<> _.._-, 8.80 8.90 Fighter Squadron switched from. the Defense Department subjects psychology,
form Code of Military Justice'
,; White ........,........"". 2.10 2.20 to sleek new sweptwingF9F6 he was In the ,
leadership, supervision ancj various -
0'' : Undershirts, cotton. .45 .40 Cougar jetst>nly recently Battles of Mid- > f awa, prior to reporting at NAT. phases of the Navy. ,1

>p J ':, The following Items of Wave but already has amassed way and the Jarvis% Center for instructor duty. S .

::., have been affected:' 14 individual "E's" for excellence Coral Sea, finally winding up at Chief Jarvls holds, among other Their tour of duty up Northwas

t r i"clothing' Old New in competitive aerial ex Pearl Harbor and England. medals, the Air ,Medal with two an enjoyable one with sufficient
ercises. This is a record for
'" Price Price During the Korean Campaign clusters for his work in the Korean liberty to afford them an
;': Handbags, black ......$ 7.00 $ 6.70 this type aircraft. ''he flew with V-P Six from Okln- fighting opportunity to visit such places ,

:: Overcoats, enlisted as New York City, Baltimore and i

; women .........*.._.... 40.00 35.00 Washington.. :

"r.> ,,' Raincoat, wool with GimmickaSavesrTime; The, Jax Navy Waves softball "

Sboes liner ...............,...... 36.00 33.60 I Chief's Trouble"It I girls team was last host weekend to the Corry Despite field a "

.. dress,pump, black.. 5.25 5.00 'valiant try, the two games played l+
service, oxford, is a simple gimmick but it had a tendency to slip off and theotdnanceman's and hangar decks," Chief Gunner at Enterprise diamond ended !

.. black ................ 4.50 420 eliminates one tool, speeds up the knuckle took the Wyman went on to explain, "an In defeat for the local lassies. .
Skirts work of removing the breech from brunt of the slippage. ordnanceman !has enough troubles However, the Jax Waves showed {,

Navy blue, serge... 9.10 5.80 the :Mark 12 20-millimeter -cannon S S without carrying around a mesa of a better fighting spirit against
Uniforms and, above all, saves a lot HAFER Ingeniously drilled a tools. This innovation not only l is the veteran team than previous- '

....... of knuckle-busting." quicker but it saves needle effort Jy. The second played in ,,
Navy blue, serge... 23.00 21.00 hole in the handle of the tool 'game, a
-' Thus Chief Gunner Herman Wy. and expedites cleaning of the downpour, was a close one. ,
Grey, seersucker... 500 400 used in the first operation, insert :.
man, Phase Officer of Aviation ed and had riveted a moonshapedring guns after the plane ham made Its It was Id-home week for
Ordnance (B) School at the Naval"Air Chief '
that completed the breech strike against the enemy. Master-at-Arms Mary Jane

+ BREEZES t Technical Training Center, described removal quickly and without dam Chief Gunner Wyman recently Truitt and the Corry Field girls. ,

... a new tool invented by age to either equipment or knuckles reported aboard at the Training Mary Jane was stationed at Cory ;
Boss: "Jones, you disappoint Otto Hafer, aviation ordnance-. Center from the USS Valley prior to her transfer to Jax.

me.. I've'been told that you man, first class, gunner phase instructor "In close quarters fc-n the flight Forge off Korea. A particular welcome was extended -
were seen at a party, intoxicated school. i
at the .. to Betty Jo Truitt, her
.uu. .uu..u.
and pushing a wheelbarrow around ;
sister, a player on the opposing :
room. MAKER, who recently returned '< team. \

Jones: "Why, yes, I thought you from ten days training at the Na- f x: ;: Best wishes to Betty Lou Valentine \

approved" val Gun Factory, Washington, D. SN, of Johnston, Pa., and t

Boss: "Of course not Why C., had beer! ,working on a fittingto Ronald B.. Campbell, FA of Gastonia -
should IT" assist In removing the breech. r N. C., both of Special ,

Jones: "You were riding in the Formerly, two tools were used Services on their marriage last y
-one in the forward part of the week.
breech and the other in the after Eleanor Moran, SN, MAA at i
Museum guide: "Now that I've Barracks 723 and John Hanf
end. The latter tool, In additionto A2c -
known you all thru the museum, requiring the extra handling, ,USAF, .both of Jersey City, ;
are there any questions you ladles N. J., were married June 25. Her

'would like to ask?" Teacher: "Is it correct to say. : uv. husband who is based in Japan,
Voice from the rear: "Yes, can .. 3ya
You have et? ; r:' y. will return at the termination ofhis
you tell me what kind 'of wax "
Student: "No, it's wrong. 4,4
they ,use to keep these floors so .
Teacher: "Why la it wrong to
say: You have et?" H AFTERNOON MOVIES

"That's funny," said the dentist, Student: "Caune I aint et.yeti"! 7 { AJ MAINSIDEYou \

who had been drilling and drilling S S S can send your children to ;

and drilling. "You said this tooth Client: "I'll give you a hundred the matinee now, or if you have '

had never been filled and yet there dollars/ to do my worrying for the day off, you too can enjoyan

are flakes of gold! on.,the point of me." PREST-O, CIIANGE-O simple Innovation by Otto hater, afternoon movie.
my drill." Lawyer: "Great. Where's the aviation ordnanceman, first class, gunnery phase Instructor at Afternoon movies, which beginat
"I knew Itl! I knew it!",groaned hundred?" NATTCenter, for removal of a breech block In a Mark 12 %0- 1400, are now being shown at
millimeter cannon, speeds the operation. Hafer shows the t
up new
the patient. "You've' stuck my Client: "That's your first .wor- he Mainside Movie house, BuildIng -
gimmick's operation to Chief Herman Wyman (right), gunnery J
gold belt buckle. ry." phase officer and Herbert O'Neal, AOC,.phase supervisor. 612.

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,., GI. I.; .PI. ,,' 'I'!.. ', ;' /, ', : '." Fliers Snap

T. Lime Slump TrimLegion


J "at Nine LpgsI'I

There was some cause for '

; relief Sunday as the tail-spin JMi.
gi g
1r w } ning Jax Navy Varsity pulledout

,/ With..-__; _/John M. Charvat of a four-game losing
streak submerging outclassed
At least three record holders will be spotlighted in the Post Nine, 10-1, in a """ w

1953 Sixth Naval District Golf Tournament, which opens on City League contest at Ma.

the sun-soaked greens and fairways of NAS Jacksonville, son Field.

July 11 t through 17. Nevertheless, the Fliers must
display A more pronounced improvement
Competition will be keener than Uncle Mac's straightrazor at the plate If they expect .

informs Bill Scarbrough, who was with Navy Mem- to get by West Palm Beach,

phis last year at Parris Island when the Hellcat entry a foe the locals host for two
here this afternoon and
strolled away with the team "trinket"!
M l yy
Among the linksmen who bear watching are Erwin Matt Woloszyn and Jim Cough f..

Scott, number one swinger on the Jax Navy varsity for tin hammered three hits each off .

several seasons, who carded a record 68 here over the Dale Willis and Bobby Winn as et'4.' i 3
the Fliers opened the second half
boat 72 layout
par of City League play In expected

Regulation figures are expected t to take a good beating style 1 i .
._ _. ,_ _.
----- --- ---- -- '--' a. "
from ex-Jaxon Comdr Rufus J. Pearson with Naval Lefty An "Ace"Lefty
an now
Jim Eason became the LEAGUE LEADERS-This trio of lax Navy varsity: diamond
Hospital, Parris Island. Professional Jack Harvey told this athletes led the first half of City League play In a number of de-
first "ace" of the town ,
partments. Left to right are catcher Bob Home, outfielder Joe
that "Judd" toured the Island greensward in
department a posting his fifth win against no Fay and infielder Lucky Hnttrell. Home was second in hitting: at
sizzling 65 to establish a new standard. defeats. The game Generals could .425 and paced: the circuit In triples hits and runs-batted-In. Fay
solve his for four belted two home runs to lead distance wallopers while Luttrell
Another record breaker is Gene Towry, No. 1 :Memphis offerings only pilfered 15 bases and scored 25 runs, both tops. The Fliers won
hits, one a double by Catcher the first half 14 without loss.
the games: a
golfer who fashioned a four under par 68 last week at Preston George that did, not figure

Navy :Memphis course.. The Hellcats will build around Towry in the scoring:
and are said to have enough "material" remaining for two Patrick Air Force Base took Intramural Web Entangles
both ends of aeries
good squads.In a two-game ;
I from the Fliers at Mason Field, '
addition to Towry, the Cats have front-line perform. Friday and Saturday, (.2 and 7-5:>>, !' Three Mainside EntriesThree

ers in Joe MacDonald, Homer Turner, Ben Jennett, Larry leaving much to be desired from

Bartlett, John Salmon, Wayne Gustin and Don Collett. Mac- the locals in the way of base hits. i
i National League teams in Mainside intramural

Donald was the 1947 inter-service champion i fliers'/ Farings I Softball competition can conceivably become involved in a

I vicious triangle-IF, Ordnance ai\d Gunnery defeats Com
Mir -Ni. C AS K M n RSI M.
July is Sixth Naval District Tournament time, or so 14urne UtUfll. ,t M It II 201 SOI <&II l as fa lot O. G'44 .321.SiI: missary Store in a makeup game to be played in the very
fCll4lbl.lIdI. 31t 0 It I It Jl a .a11: near future.
It would seem five sports hold runoffs this month.It .
11.0.. 27 n 11 23 211 1T .SI&'a .
Aside from and
,, sf H 1A3' IS TS 115 ..2daAbelees Commissary
gives this writer another chance to stick hta neck Earlier in the week, Personnelset
e1 U HI !IS 46 U 111 :10Reneete. \ : O&G the interesting diamond
0 U U 11 It 11 1 a scoring record by engulfing
.out, so goes. et 40 us S4 U 84 82 ..254 web has entangled Personnel) ,
Communications 21-0 in TWO
Raps, p 4 II 1 5 4 1.250ronllina. ,
The most current events, of course, are the pistol and e1 51 'II It IIt: er 21 ..lfItZlrller. which is in an awkward positionof innings. It was the fifth straightset
lilt 11 I 81 0 a II G ,2111celr looking on from the outside
swimming championships. We give the Fliers the nod in ;': 3r 146 81 82 :I: : .212Rke back for Communicationswhich
: with crossed.
r 10 4 a .15aaruninl fingers
both, with Pensacola a strong possibility in tank competition. 5 14 It I \\I 2t ,141Ruhinorcli. is well buried in the National
1 1 0 0 .0 0 .000 O&G needs a win over Commissary league cellar,
Nihmrl J J 0 0 I 0 0 .000 .
Baseball] at Pensacola, July 29-August 4, the host Gos- Wt.terII.p e J II 0 .0 0 0 '.0(1)Mher to manufacture the tie. Scoring at will, VJ' 2, led by

lings should cop. They combine their forces around the Ii 1r R S1) W L Pet.Llell.r Both Personnel and O&G have Lee, Sewell and Tate, walloped
I U 4 11 .t 01.00011Mm ( been defeated thus Gun
cadet area and field a solid entry that figures to repeat the 111 111 U U It I ..1505enwU once, a VC-G2, 153. Both reversed pro-
I n U U u 1 a ,100Rnmi.l nery decision over the Commissary
cedure Wednesday however
52 performance. r 3S U JI .1 1 ..64TN.leurl nine would knot the
I 1 I 0 0 It 0 .000 league VC-62 thumping VP-3, 11-2
must be rated the team to beat in the I""," 4 2' 20 2a 0 I ,000Re1e.wd tighter than a drum.
Memphis golf 29 201 J24 129 1& 10 .II8S while the Hurricane Hunters fell
tournament, but don't discount Jax Navy. District softball I Fasrons Still Lead victim to Fasron Sir,. 8-2.
I Ray Hooper ((9-2) handcuffedthe In the American circuit, Fas-
play, scheduled for Green Cove Springs July 22-25, is I sluggish Jax Navy lumber ron 109 and Fasron Six contin- NATIONAL STANDINGS I.FAGUK:

anybody's guess. with his collection of garbage for ued to dominate play, both Tram W I. Pet. e
I Commissary 6 0 l.Osl
six and two-thirds innings, Friday bouncing along with a !5-1 rec- Personnel 7 1 .875
We'd like nothing more than to see the Fliers score a
4 1
before Neely cracked a double r wag
I ord as play reached the last week 2 3 ..400Hoftpttal
clean sweep. It's not out of the question, but maybe out of to right center that did no of regularly scheduled 'compe 2 4 .1X1

reach Here's hoping the locals come up with some "long II'damage. It was the first of two tition. NARTU Maypoit 2 1 2 5 .133.21:

Arms". hits gleaned off Hooper. Neither Fasron can be math- Communication Operations 0 1 5 5 .000.167

Carlo Crlaplno drove In five ematically headed, and in lieu of AMKKHA: I.KAfiUK ti

NATTCenter Wave Britta Reinhardt, an Instructress Patrick runs in the visitors' 7-5 that fact, Special Services is arranging Team Fasion Sit W 5 1 Ii Pet...KitFact

at the Indoor Pool, is a forerunner to possible par- conquest, Saturday. Crlspino and a playoff next week' In 'on HW 3 5 2 1 .,601'.834VC62
Martin Herring rapped starter the scheduled league tilt, Fasron VJ-2 3 2 ..601)VP3
ticipation in athletics the skirted blue 23 .40)
some varsity by
Ken Drunlng for three hits eachas 109 decisioned the Sixers, 32. V'P-5 1 S .%10
clads. VH-lft 0 2 .(XY)
the little right hander went
Commissary Receives "Gifts"Play VF.172 0 2 ..000VF171
The comely blonde is on the varsity swimming roster, down to hill first defeat in three last week was cut short 0 3 .000

elated to compete in the free style and medley. She's stillA decisions.Can't because of postponements and

novice on, the pistol squad, but nevertheless, is entered in Jax Navy jumped Hold Lead on Art Moor forfeits.of Commissary two "gifts"was, Mayportand the recipIent Weekly Blind Bogey

the District meet. adian ((8-1)) for one counter- in FAW-11 garbed in the role Has Many WinnersWithout

Winner of the Herald-American] Trophy swimming the first as Home doubled home of Santa Claus. the aid of his seven

and diving in the Chicago area before joining the Waves in Neely, who was free ticketed to O&G tumbled Hospital, 7-4, handicap, Charlie Bartens tied Erwin -
first. Patrick scored twice in the but Monday lost its first league Scott's par 72 round to share
August, 1952, Britta has blended her talents with aquatic
third but the Fliers
squared accounts -
engagement 8-7, to Personnel in low gross honors in the Blind
teams of Seattle, Kansas City and Chicago. with one run' in the lower extra innings. The Ad Buildingnine Bogey tournament at the NAS

*' end on singles by Home and Bill tallied three runs in the golf course Saturday.

FOLLOWIN' THE FLIERS. Former NAS executive Ziegler and a pass ball by Crls bottom of the seventh -for a 7-7 i 'Winning number drawn from

officer, Capt. Porter Bedell, was' a visitor at the local golf pino.The draw to force. the issue into the the hat was a 71, netting six men
Fliers assumed a 3-2 mar-
The included
course Sunday, playing in a foursome which included Capt.J. gin In the fourth on a walk to nintli. prizes."Woody" Acker group((97-23)), Charlie,

C. Early, Lcdr. Fred Woodward and Professsional Jack Abelson, his second of three, and Sinnette ((87-13)), Comdr. James

Harvey Harvey reports that Capt. Bedell was very much El-lining's' looping double to right. AIR NEWS NEEDS Armstrong (81-10)), Bill Scar-

impressed by the progress being made here and that he wa3 Patrick; sent three runs across in SPORTS WRITERSThe brough ((78-2)), Dan Sikes. (76-2))

particularly awed by the new 18th hole Catcher Bob the ball seventh to left on and three an singles interference, a fly Jax Air News' under- and Larry Gels ((86-12)).

Home and Wave Millie Mueller, Jax Air News member, have ruling called against Home. manned sports staff is seekingthe Scoring heavily with eagles on
help of a male, well versedin the first and fifth holes b/ Char
Announced August 8 as their wedding date at the All Saints Coughlin's :310-foot circuit clout the field of athletics, withan lie Anderson, the team of Bob

Chapel. Incidentally, Home is the only member of the varsity In the tailend of the seventh, his ability to write. Wallace, Charles Summit, Bill

crew who owns a perfect attendance record through first of the season, narrowed, the Personnel interested should Norwood and Anderson carded a
deficit to 5-(, but the foe
Jim platedone contact the Editor best ball of 32 to cop the weekly
Sunday's game with Post Nine. Lucky Luttrell and run each in the eighth and Building
Coughlin have missed tilt each while Matt Woloszyn has 930, or phone extension 8184 Wednesday Pro-Amateur tourna
one ninth to' offset one for the home or 216. men Three teams tied for sec-
been absent four times. std I in the eighth. and with 33's.

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2 July 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

Jax Navy Host To Sixth ND Pistol, Swimming TourneysIndoor


Pool Site Jax LinksmenCan Fliers To Defend

Of 6HD Diving, QualifyFor District PistolChampionships

Tank Festivities.- 6th ,NDA

With positions and places} qualifying round of 18 holes Jax Navy's pistoleerg, barrels -
still wide open on the Jax shining and sights black-
medal play for number four and .
varsity swimming team
ened, will go out tomorrow
which will enter the Sixth alternate position on the Jax
(Friday) to defend a twice-
Naval District Swimming and Navy entry in the Sixth Naval! won pistol team title and the

Diving Championships at the District Golf Tournament r : rS. individual marksman honorsin

Indoor. Pool, here, July 6-7, held July 11. Entries are the Sixth Naval District
competition is keen among Pistol
accepted at the golf shack Championship in com-
the station's aquatic perfor
Professional Jack Harvey. petition through Sunday. .

mers. First three positions will The District Championships,
After participating in the held in conjunction with the

Southern Peach. Championshipsat occupied by Erwin Scott 22nd Annual l Southeastern Regional -

LaGrange, GaT':, last weekend, raMli Scarbrough and Bob Championships of the National
finished fourth in when the District linksmen. I
where they a Rifle Association will be
field the post here, July 14 through ,
of 16 teams representing
I held at the Jacksonville Police
swimmers from five states, the Navy Memphis is Cltlb's range. Both Jax Navy

Jax Navy tankmen are getting Y fiND team champion, the- and the Jacksonville Police are
ready for the 6ND meet at a garnered the- title when Pistol hosting the event.
tourney was held at Parrls be
pace. GAt B II I t Jax Navy has the team
VERSATILE r a land last, year. S'arbrou Sun won
Full Representation Here Reinhardt, NATTCenter Wave, also championship for two consecutive -
The Jax Navy natalors, represent is a versatile lady of sports. a member of the lax years and Bob Stringer
She faces a busy schedulethrough squad, was third in ,
the Naval Air Station, Naal -
team captain will defend
the in-
the coming week as play at 206, followed by -
> Air Technical Training Center with the Jax dividual in
'she vies Navy Navy's Scott at 308. toga garnered 1952.
and units of the Fleet stationed varsity in the Sixth Naval Dis-
here.Pcnsacola. trict Swimming Meet and the Lt. Bob Cross of Pensacola Only Three Vets I

Sixth Naval District Pistol retired from the Navy, used Veterans of the J9 12 cham-
was one of the first both' slated for
strokes to annex the pionship team are Stringer,
squads' to send in applications for the Jax area.Servicemen.
title. Action is expected to James W. Thomas and Ben Pres-
entries and is sending a full
ton. New to the team is Carol
crisp over the tricky 72
squad to the District event.; Reports InvitedTo Jax layout for the toga this Stone, VA-175, whose marks-

from the Goslings' tanks Pick All-Stars with a number of entries manship puts him with the top .'

indicate a good showing is ex- Servicemen around the world high on all-service "form quartet of local shooters. '

pected. I are invited to send in their Aggregate scores of the is Among Jax Navy's competitorsis .I

Included on the Jax Navy ros- selections (or ,the starting! line- man teams will be used no Brilta i Reinhardt, airman

ter are Jim Lowman, Joe Collins, of the annual 1 All-Star Six Wave of NATTCenter the
ups first day of the tournament chase Navy's
Ray Weeks, Frank 'Piorkowski, be at Crosley feminine .
game to played determine a team Iron only varsity entry

Ronald Murray, John Chumney, Field: Cincinnati! July 14. Thereafter, the remaining.000'r of su The local marksmanship team <<
Larry Casto, Britta The American and National holes Mill be tallied for Main- consists of Bob Munday, J. A.

Fred Coleman, Loring Holmes, League teams will be determined vidual honors, only. Boettger, Pete Culbertson and
Warren Bosworth, Nick Demas, to the numberof as
according Harvey pointed out that close : James Carney. Also shooting in
Chuck Byerly,
Steve Papach ballots a player receives at the individual matches I is James
sonnel hei desiring to enter
Jack Isobe and Bob 9
Bob Hight, his position. Ballots'should be Peterson.
dividual competition may by
Wentworth mailed to Sports Editor, Armed
I without attempting to qualify Regional Held Too
Announce ScheduleThe Force Radio Service, 641
I a team berth. Again entries 200 While the Navy's District
schedule Monday evening Washington Street New York
being received at the golf points, Championships are being held,
offers the 100-meler backstroke, City, by July 7. (AFPS at the earliest possible date. rival, the scores of service marksmenwill '

200-meter free style, 300-meter I also be totted in the South

medley, and 400-meter free style eastern Regional Championships

jelay Trials in the foregoing Johnis Bell Pitch Fliers that for the right to enter the Nationals
will be held Monday af-
I in at Camp Perry, Ohio, August I.-

ternoon.Tuesday morning the three- I To DecisionsWhen league- The 2026.Regionals include marks ;s l!
City Loop
, meter diving trials are scheduledand 1 109, men from all branches of the

in the afternoon, trials in the I to be Armed Forces, Secret Service I

100-meter free style, lOO-nieter I hitting fails, it's up to the pitching staff to police, sheriffs immigration and

breaststroke, 400-meter tree style the front line. That's the combination used by the Jax Six civilians from North and South

and 300-meler medley relay. Finals I varsity softball team in Men's City League play last 1070 Carolina, Georgia i Alabama, .

will be staged in the eve to post two victories and in so doing assure itself of at from Tennessee, Mississippi and Flo .

ning. a tie for first place as the first half rolls to a close this and
-- rida.The
Personnel aboard the station The locals had a chance to t jaunt. or public, according to C. A.

and their guests are invited to wrap up the top position uncon- ('ITV u.4mr: ,; 9TANDINO4Te. (Smitty) Brown fromer Marine

attend both trials and finals in tested last night when they met ... W r. Corps officer, is invited to at-

every' event. The Indoor Pool is Caruso Electric, fourth place in J.r Nary ]1) :t .. : mote tend. 'Top flight contestants of

located at NATTCenter, Build standings through June, in a replay 1ohn.on Bolna Conal Can't. II II 4.4 .. ( ) the area will be firing at the targets

ing 614. of a 5-5 tie, May 22.Fasion ('ilrullO. )<:kcUlc II 5 Man ," he added.
...'on 109 7 5 .
I i Six winless throughthe brew 'nmpan/ 5 7 -
('eel II! Field 4 a Df sports open in August with a
'Spotlights' Focus : first half in 14 starts, felt Fasron Six 014 I tennis tournamnet. II

the brunt of the Fliers aggressive .' y I Touch football bowling and volleyball
last Wednesdayas ; ; .' ;:
: plate power '/ ( .
On Center Courts : 'L. ..'. leagues are slated for
Proscia Paul Mitchel s'
Nick : September to round out the pro.
Gala opening of the NATT- and Ralph Baughan led Sax J i gram.Kacron. l

Center outdoor tennis' courts will Navy to a 9.1 victory. TetstAetlelty ...

take place Wednesday evening, Bell "Hints Up" Victory :': Stlx ........r.l.k. :2780 "j 1
July 8with an all hands dance Bell went the distance for the \:" ... :" Button 109 .....,......... 12HO '1
Operation ..... 1200
for officers and men, Delbert varsity I giving four safeties, uppiy IOHO i;
Center's enter .V.1 .......................... ]M
Burton of the eight.A
walking two and fanning XF.R .......................... 880 i
tainment committee announced. 810
inning was
will be big five run first VF.171 .. ....r............. 7\0:
Burlon'said the courts all that the Fliers needed although !':1 peSerrlcel .... 7W:
lighted for night tennis and for more V..22 _, .. ................ .. 620
they counted two VA-i :. .......... 610
the dance. The entire station is each in the second and fourth. VFr 4N VK-173 .............. ....... .. 370VJ2 460

invited to attend. Ed Johnii was on the nob for VP-741 .... ............... .. 4.5)i :
i foa pi gal ............\.. 4JO:
Jax Navy Friday, as the Fliers VA-175: 410

I 1953 Grid Hopefuls eked out a 4-2 decision over H. j /F-43 VP-3 .._ ..........'. 410 2'10

Drill Unofficially & W. B. The classy right hand. 7' 4 : VF-174 Pemonnel.... MO:J50:
whiffed nine and permitted a 4 FAW-ll 1'10
Although official practice U er o & H ............... ........ .. 1'10
let an enemyrun
lone single that up VF-l72 .,. iwlfburilng
not scheduled until July 20, fifth.rrotcia ry ;. .... 170
of obtaining a in the P nflrmary ........,. 140
gridmen hopeful Scores Again i* VC-fV ,. . . .. 140
berth on the 1953: Jax Navy VARTU .f. 120:

varsity football team are working Proscia and Rollyn Trotter <'t.. Ni::" ; I ..
( x' Charlie Grimm, manager of the
1630 Varsity carried across runs lor.the
out. dally at on
ACROSS HOME-Dan Sukels of Aviation Milwaukee! Braves, palycd in two
it 3.0
Field, corner of Yorktownand the first and was School scoots home the Electric-I
lan (A) across plate as
World Series ((1929 and 1932)) and
Mustin. the tailend of the fifth when catcher Frank Malzone, AK School. The Student EI<< '
Proscia made his second pay dirt this NATTCrnter intramural softball playoff fracas, 113. lit .389 and .331: respectively. ... .


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( Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 2 July 1953

Three FrenchContinued '
( from Page 1)

(Items offering for sale articles n __ them with modern techniques of

of property such as washing ma. a U. S. equipment The course
chines, automobiles, furniture, ra. ; : they studied here is hardly a,

.. dios, clothing and the like are pro 5 .snap. It includes such subjects a"i

hibited by Defense Department automatic weapons, turrets, pub-

regulations. This I column will, a .3 lications, mathematics, 'physics,

however, list such services a",. ,, i >Y it aviation ballistics, electricity,

available housing, rides wanted e fire control, munitions, and ope

and lost and found articles or other rational equipment.
rX I 'a
similar notices
-- Kar
FOR KENT i METHOD OF THEIR instruction -

Unfurn. 2 bdrm. apt., 1431 Dancy. was unique At' first Jhey
to ,
Ph. 2-1840 Mrs Pellicer. ::4 ? ai used 'the headphone system, usedin

Furn. rm. $10 wk., 3536 St Johns. S r a's United Nations sessions. However

Ph. 2-7890' Mrs. Fenton. \ it allowed little 'room for K

Rm., kit., priv., 4733 Astral. Ph. expression on the part of the in-

8.4816 after 6 P.M., Mrs. Jenk W 1 YN terpreter and none for questionson

ins.Furn.. MT the part Of the' Frenchmen.The .

I 3 rm. cottage, $33 mo. Ph. : technique used most effec-
i ACCIDENT-FREE SUPERVISORS-Safety awards for one to
j i.suo. Airbase Trailer Park, tively, although it .took some
of accident-free to eleven
seven years supervision were presented
Mrs. Schulz. employees and four divisions of the Supply and Fiscal department 11 Supply-Fiscal latitude on the part of the instructors -

j Furn. 3 rm. garage apt., 2503 In ceremonies last Wednesday. Helfrich (front) included'lectutes from

Dellwood Ave. Ph. 7-5626, Mrs. Supply-Fiscal officer. hands certificate of Commendation for the rostum, with the Frenchmen
i Shop 19 to Alfred Siarmanski, foreman. Other men honored were, Employees Gain
Bowden. and Jourda having
second row, (left to right) Virgil Hilllard, Thomas Sxarmanskl, Sergeant
Furn. 3 bdrm. house 6047 Lyn- William Williams. Third row, Joe Hodges, William Bon, William open discussion at the back of

wood. Ph. 2-0259, Mrs. Connor; Lowe, English Hilton, Donald Whitner and 'William Sharpe. Ab- Safety AwardsEleven the room-in French

f Furn. 3 153 E. 20th sent were Ernest McLaughlin and Samuel Kirkland.
rm. apt., apply Sergeant Jourda, who is pri-
at 47 E. 20th, Mrs. Shahood. employees of the Sup- marily an Aviation Electrician

Widow, will} share home, 2965 Dell- 15 More Donors ply and Fiscal department were specialist was raised in France

wood. Ph. 2-7848, Mrs Hunt. presented Industrial I Safety and a naturalized citizen of the

Furn.: rm. apt. Ph. 7-4788'' 7- Join Ranks Of Awards by Capt. Norman A. Helf- U. S. since June of the year. His

8223, Mrs. Dodd. I/2-CfcrJJon: ClubFifteen rich, Supply and Fiscal officer, l in main job was translation for the

Furn. 3 rm. apt, 919 Rosselle, Ph.. ceremonle), lad Wednesday French students. However he

8-2655 Mrs. Rhodes. new members )joined took all of the exams, and man-
Four units within the, department
Furn., 5 rm. apt., 628 Roselle Ph. the Half Gallon Club 'last aged to finish high ,among men
article in were also honored for an ac-
In reference to the
7-6559, Mrs Tilden. week bringing the new totalto who had years 'of ordnance ex-

Sleeping rm., kit. prlv., 2518 Park, a recent "Letters to the Edi. 518, as reported by the cldent-fre 1951. Alfred Szarmanski perience. He'was given a diploma -
Mrs MarUin. tor", we, the first class of NATTC foreman, accepted the Industrial -
Armed Forces Blood Donor and is probably one of few
Unfurn. 3 rm. apt., '$60 mo., 4516 wish to express our sympathies.We Center, located in the NAS l Accident Prevention Awardfor men ,to hold such highly special
also wish to bring to the at- Shop 19, Labor and Equipment -
Marquette. Ph. 6-9907 Mrs. Ak-
Infirmary, ized ratings in the services.,
ins.Unfurn.. i tention of all hands that at NAT- Section.
S a
2 bdrm. house, $75 mo., TC the Waves are privileged to The new"members incJude: William, L., Lowe, Leadingman

3539 Deer St. Ph. 88.9986, 'Mr. eat in the First Class Mess. This William H, Wilson, ETSN', Carpenter, received( ,a similar i i I ALL THREE OF the French
Jackson. type of conduct is definitely not Communications. award for the Carpenter Shop and students have families in France

... Furn. 4 2636 St. displayed by the First Class To Tommie Bomar,> Jr., SN, Samuel O. Kirkland QuartermanFuel awaiting their return. They will
rm. apt., Myra
Sub Group One. for the Fuel travel to New York for a four
Ph.. 7-8518. Mrs. Cowart. quote the article, "The osten- Depot,
Furn. apt. 1362 Wolfe St. Ph. tatious white hat," is by no William B. Papp, SN, Sub The Salvage Yard certificate was day visit, and depart for France
2-7883, Mrs. Herron. means a First Class." Actions Group One.Walter accepted'by William C. Williams, aboard the He de France.

i speak louder than loosely used five E. Riviere, Public Leadingman Gas Cutter and Significant of the'warm feeling
Furn. 2 bdrm. apt., $50 mo. Ph. '
W rks. Frenchmen and
dollar words. between the
112-8-3244 Mrs. Sadler.
FOR, SALE In reply, to thin group of Waves, Calvin L.\ Gray, *Overhauland I Thomas Szafmanski; 'L e ad- Americanswere 'the words of Lt.

Repair. ingman and Virgil L., Hilllard, Chabriais: "At; the time of part-
we are of the opinion that if you
3 bdrm. house 4309 Ver-
Ortega, and begin to act like Francis A. Joiner, ATAC, Leadingman, received certificatesof ing company it i is not withouta
square away
ona. Th. 88-8307, Lcdr. Olson.. ,
ladies will undoubtedly be Operations. commendation for seven and certain emotion that we give
3 bdrm. house 5625 Crestview you
Katherine H Newton Over-
treated as such. six consecutive years respectively you our thanks. We have been
Drive; Odarshores. Ph. 8-5519, haul and Repair: '
of accident-free
supervision. with you about six months. Dur
Lt. Acker. A mature, ladylike Individual
Eva H.' Pate, Overhaul and Official I I I commendation and' ing this time we appreciated all
3 bdrm. house, 4715 Cardinal would take these "pungent" re.marks" '
Repair. praisein the form of Individual the qualities your instructorshad
: into consideration and
Place Ph. 88.8716 Mrs. con-
Hogan. '
sider the lource-., Earl J. Holifield, Overhauland badges were given the following! to bring to bear in order to'
6 rm. bungalow, 1830 Mallory. Ph.
Repair. for their excellent record achievedIn teach us We must add they suc-
2.2384, Mr. Googe. Are we to understand that these t
Roger Bergstrom
performing their supervisory ceeded well. -Very soon, how
3 bdrm. house, Lakeshore. Ph. same self-tyled ladies were not Special Services.
duties without accident ever, we shall 'see France again,
8.4596 after 4:30: P.M., Lt. Mead. subjected to the same "ostenta- Sgt. Francis R. Rortar NA. I
Ernest D. McLaughlin our families there, and that prospect .
2 bdrm. house, 5327 Baycrest. Ph. tious" conditions in civilian life TTCenter. Quartf'r-I

2.3750 or Ext. 759, L. Boyette. and they had to enter the Naval John M. Damon AEC NAT- man Carpenter, one year makes us very happy. But
must rest assured that we
free Lowe
supervision L
: ,
2 bdrm. house, 4450 Water Oak service to be subjected to 'said TCenter.
Leadingman Carpenter will gladly remember our so-
Lane. Ph. Ext. 680 Lt. conditions?
Joseph D. Van Vactor AEC
? William F. Boxx Leadingman journ in the U. S. A., because in
Dvoracak.S In,our opinion the recent arti- NATJCenter.
Carpenter, 2 years; Samuel O. spite of the language difficulty,
bdrm. house. Ph. 2.4652, Mrs. cle the of the
was laugh year. Loyd' A. Richards, BM2,
Kirkland Quarterman Fuel Depot, we felt that'we lived among very
Hutchinson. How vain can one get?
3 years; William C. Williams: good friends This is a small
4 5 rm.. houses. Ph. 8.1236 or A Group of POIs.
Lorent D. Halstead 'Jr.
Leadingman Gas Cutter and Burner world, and It is very probablethat
2-4768, Mr. Wire. '
MISCELLANEOUSDriving AEC, NATTCenter.The ; 3 years; Donald B. Whitner, someday soon we shall have

Editor's Notet After checking Leadingman Laborer, 3 years ; the pleasure of meeting each
to Parks Air Force Base,,
I the signers of the Waves' hangman tightened the English N. Hilton Leadingman other. We wish it with all our,
Pleasantown Calif. 24 Ph.
note admit their error In not knot and asked the condemned Operator High Lift Truck, 3 I hearts.-To our sincere thanks
9.1631 9-5996 after 6 P.M.,
or '
Mr. Bono. limiting their remarks to Main- golfer if he had anything to say years; Joe T Hodges, Leadingman we add the expression of our

I 5Driving Chicago on or about 3 side Mfs. This letter closes before being hanged. Supply, one year, and William D. deep friendship, and we part today -

I July. Ph. 98.5512, Mr. Krone. the discussion on the subject.) "Yes, I'd like to take ,a coupleof Sharpe, Quarterman, Supply, 2 saying not farewell-but
practice swings." ""
years. "so-long. (translated).
Driving to Burbank, Calif., on or

about 19 July. Ph. 7-8473 or Annual Polio i ? 'v ,

7-4532 after 5 P.M., Lt. Boucher.

Riders wanted to Tampa or Clear- (Continued from' Page 1)) ,

, water, leave Friday, return Sunday tive date will be fourteen days

' Ph., Ext. 216 or 8184, Ed after the anniversary date bf the' #

Henderson. station group, which is July 24. ft

Riders I wanted from Southsid Policies being renewed remainin

Estates, 0730 to 1600: Ph. Ext. current force, aryl there is no

break in' if renewal is *' '
r 225, Mr: Johnson. coverage

Ride wanted from Jax Beach 0730 made during the enrollment .period ?? 1Qk _4l : *

to 1610! Ph. Ext. 8239, Mr. .

Cooper. Forms and information:: 'may be.

i Riders wanted from Murray Hill, obtained from, A. F. 'Fragale,

Cassett and Lakeshore, 0730 to Overhaul and Repair; Rosalie ,

1600. Ph. Ext., 8213, Mr.. Traer. Potts, Louise Bragg, Christina
Jenkins and Jeannette Reilly
Baby sitting night or Sunday, Ph. ,
Public Works Flora Funken-
7-4788 or 7-8223, Mrs. Dodd: ;
stein, Supply and Fiscal; Pauline ,
Baby sitting, 2031 Herschel! Ph. Berrlen i Administration, 'and '

7-5901, Miss Bowen. Raymond B. Datres, Industrial

Baby sitting, day! or evening, 1775 Relations and other departments.

Hamilton. Ph. 8-4956, Mrs. Ad-

.... die. Will baby alt\ day or evening. Ph. FINAL INSPECTION-Capt. Edwin R. Peck, (center) made his finaLlnspectlon last Saturday,
I of personnel of NATTCenter. He Is shown student of Aviation Ground
1> Ave. Inspecting officers Officer'sSchool.
' Will baby sit, 137 Spring St. h. 112-8-2241, 401 Campbell ,
.. Captain Peck retired June 30 as Rear Admiral. He was honored with a farewell celebration

".,.. 2-8042, Mrs. Tyre. Mrs. Schulz.. given by officers of his C'ommlftd'TuMdayat the Officers' Club.