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Have You Made Your Charity Carnival Fund Donation Yet?

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Home of Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Wing 11; Naval Air Technical Training Center
C, yy q 't'% 1Xt 8 M\r', IAwA 1M\\u.\\l iyp +p m Big Event Set May 14-15

Carnival Spirit To Reign

0 'Supreme Next Weekend :

Time draws near for that big event, the biggest event of the 3'car-the 1931:; Navy

Carnival for Charity. .

So much is in store for Carnival fans next Friday and Saturday, May 11 and 15,

that it staggers the imagination.

Fun, frolic, and the good old- ous program of entertainment.IT'S hearsing big variety acts and,or.

fashioned spirit of carnivaltlme DEFINITELY an "All derlng quantities of hot dogs,
will prevail. There will be a gala Hands" project. Every departmentand buns and cool refreshments.

midway lined with gaily colored command has crews behindthe The Naval Air Station gate

III.y booths to amuse and entertain. scenes designing and decorat will be open to the general pub

: Barkers will shout their wares ing amusement concessions, rcIIEADLINES lic, and personnel are asked to
in a competitive spirit to attractthe
bring their families and Invite
t.p thousands that are expected.A their friends. Admission to the

host of professional and local Carnival is free, and parking I is
"stars" will provide! a contlnu-
provided. The Carnival will' beheld
X12 from 1700 to midnight on

Merit AwardTo Friday, May 14, and from: 1400

7 to midnight on Saturday, May 15.

'YJI, NAS For BETTER THAN ever before,
the Carnival this year will occupy

J three of the big hangars, rain or
Fire RecordNaval
...-- or ."' shine, Hangar 113 will be devotedto

'HOMECOMING enthusiastic "III daddy" Is extended to Air Station Jacksonvillehas games of.skill, country grocery

Comdr. Albert !Morton skipper of Fighter Squadron 171 by his been advised that it is to receive stores, and the always popular
daughter Judith as" his wife Margaret and son Tim look on a "Certi atc of Merit" for "El Dorado" where a floor showof
Comdr. Morton returned Sunday to NAS Jax'upon completion ofa bands, dancers, singers and
round-the-world cruise with Carrier Air Group 17 aboard the outstanding performance and accomplishment
USS Wasp. Comdr. Morton and his fellow pilots flew cross-country in the 1953 fire pre' : girls" will be an evening'sfun I
from San Diego to Jax. .. vention)week campaign, sponsored Itself. Here also, the crowd
will danco to the
by the National Fire Protec-
Gone Eight Months tion Association.The band of Art Mooney.
Displays of local merchandise
certificate is being for- and manufactured articles will be
Air 17 Back From warded by the Chief of Naval
Group Operations. ENTERTAINMENT located exhibits in Hangar will include 114. Commercial the lat

Art Mooney (above)
THERE WERE' 1,641 Fire Pre- and his famous orchestra will est in household equipment, various

Round-the-World CruisePersonnel vention Week contest entries be back for a return engagement beats and motors, air conditioners .
from cities, industrial plants and at the Navy Carnival for dairy products! and
governmental agencies of the Charity next Friday and Saturday other educational features of In
orchestra headlines
of Carrier Air Group 17 arrived home at NAS United States and Canada. NAS Mooney's a long entertainment terest.

Jax this week after completing an eight months round-the- Jax placed'third among 173 y, S. program to be delivered from These will be augmented by ex
world cruise aboard the aircraft carrier USS Wasp. Navy installations. the stale of the El Dorado. Details hibits and displays of military
entertainment be
Adm. Osborne B. Yard IN A LETTER the Chief Of may equipment sponsored the three
Rear : to by
board the Wasp in Sept., 1953, found on Page 3.
son, Commander Fleet Air Jack with the long cruise highlightedby Naval Operations, Percy Bugbee, military services as part of the

sonville, and throngs of wives, participation in the NATO exercise Committee ChairmanT"comment; Weather OutlookFriday Armed Forces Day observance,
children and friends were on handto "Operation Mariner" and ed that "the caliber .of all en- continuedcool. Saturday, May 15.

greet the returning Fleet Air the visit by two foreign "heads tries from the Navy in the 1953 -Fair and TilE THIRD HANGAR No. 115,

Jacksonville airmen.Air I of state." CAG 17's personnel and Fire Prevention Week Contestwas is completely given over to the

Group 17 embarked on i, equipment were' given intensive most impressive and indeed Saturday-Partly cloudy with kids, who will thrill to the pint:

tests under all types of operating reflects a commendable degree scattered showers. size game booths, bright colors,

Of conditions and climates. ous program of entertainment. Sunday-Partly cloudy with clowns, cowboys, cotton candy,
Still Plenty (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4)) light thunder showers."OLDTIME" snowballs, and many new rides

"Operation Mariner" took the _...-....._.._ .... 1 designed especially for them. Connected .
Enter T' >:: with Kiddieland
Time To pilots and crewmen of CAG-17 In- : Is a completely

to the teeth of North Atlantic "..' < t equipped and staffed nurs,
6 .. : Et ? where
Donation Race gales and heavy seas. The NATO y ery parents may safely
forces completed their exerciseson "" leave the Infants and toddlers

Latest figures show a slight the fourth day of October and while they enjoy'A the adult en
trend in the dona- the Wasp headed for the Mediter registered nurse
upward will be on duty there at all times.
tion quotas competition for ranean.
The older youngsters can roam
raising additional funds for Naples, Italy, Was the first Kiddieland at will under the

the Navy Carnival for Char- liberty port. Here the Jacksonville watchful eyes of carnival official!
airmen had a chance to sightsee -
ity.As who will supervise the area froma
of Monday, May 3, the as far as Rome, with some "bridge" In the center. Hen

drive had reached 15 percent of even gaining an audience with (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4))
its overall quota, with NAS Jax the Pope.
heading the list of command con- Passing through the Suez Canal Deadline Friday For
tributors. / the Wasp and CAG-17 entered the
Pacific and joined famous Task Applications
During this particular phase of
Force 77. Employees who desire to apply
fund raising, four commands have '-
S y for Blue Cross-Blue Shield Insurance .
accepted a set quota, with the w .
AMt to Formosa provided an coverage are remindedthat
overall quota being ,sought
opportunity to display the destructive they must complete applications
through this means set at $56-
power of U. S. Naval before the end of office
592. Participating in this drive Aviation to Generalissmo Chaing P hours Friday afternoon
aro the Naval Air Station, Naval *
Kal Chek and his staff The Gen .._ Any changes in existing contracts .
Hospital, Naval Air Reserve Train- -- --
eralissmo came aboard the Waspto must also be made before
ing Unit, NAS Cecil Field and WEEKEND WARRIOR With the Jacksonville
Fleet Air Detachment at NAS watch the jets and dive bombers Naval Air Reserve Unit since its inception in July 1916, Casey O. that time. All employees of the
of CAG-17 go through their Dlnkins, ADEC, (right) is being reenlisted in the Naval Air Re I Naval Air Station are eligible for
Cecil Field. paces. serves by Capt. John L. Counihan, commandng officer of NARTU. this group plan, which is opento
Quotas are .assigned in protease Dinkins, who has never missed a drill weekend In seven years and
Another "head of state' to rre- new
10 months, is attached to Fleet Service Squadron CV-741. Din- membership only one
( Turn to Page 8, Cot 2) (Please: Turn to Page 8, Col. 4)) kins Is employed at the Overhaul and Repair department here. I each year.

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Published every Thursday for Navy and Marine clhltlet it Natal Air CATHOLIC BEEN ON LEAVE MAYHEM AGAIN
Ctatlon Jacksonville, Fit
MAS, J ck*..tllU Sunday. Mass-0800, 0900, 1000- BACK
Cpt. Burnham C. MrCaffree .. .... ... .............. Commandlni OfficerComdr. Edward's fD YSD
John D. Ulltch -. ..?..._tu'Culh'e onicc St. Chapel.Saturday0800.
Fleet Air .illuUle ) tt ikt
Rear Adm. Otborne B Hardlion ......CornmindeCapL l,
Howard V. llopklna ...............Chief of Staff DaiJy0630.SundayOG30Mnlls. n i
Fleet Air Mine Elms at Hospital
Capt. Theodore! Dahl ........_.,,, ...-...........????????,-,-...-. Command
Comdr. Frank D. lleyer _.-,Chlcr Staff Officer Chapel.
Natal Air Trthnlral Traln! t Center MORMON
DII\It'! Met amphell..w.I .. .. ......_.. .Commanding OfficerComdr. e
Wilson R.,Bui'licit.._..._..__._..._r. _._.__. ; >ccuthe Officer 1930 Wednesday NATTCChaplain's ...:.

Capt. Edward S. Lowe Katal.........lUtplUI...- ..._. -. ._..CommanrtlnR Officer \ Office.CHRISTIAN /A
Capl. L. A. Newton ,??., ........._... Executive Officer SCIFNCE1900TuesdayNATTC

Capt. John t* Counlhan.. NABTU ..Commanding Officer Chap. STATION/ /
Comdr. C. Giay Sltum,__._______...._.__ccuthc OlllceiThe lain's Office. ACCIDENT

JAX AIR NEWS i U published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station PROTESTANT RECORD
/ackionvllle. Florida, and printed commercially with non-app topdated fundsat \
no expense to the 1\J\ l'nment and In rompllance with NAVEXOb P-33. Re. 0930-All Saints' Chapel. fs /
Nov. J94.. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Atr Station the
Naval Air Technical Training Center! Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Natal 100-All Saints' Chapel.
Air Station Cecil Field and tdltor-Andl'C'\V the U. 9 Natal II. l'lanryAllllllll Hospital. 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel, ) DENTS

nt Editor.-lltlon Harper; Co-Si>oit dltol'II--Gol'd.n: Robbie. J03, (Note: Addresses of local I
and John Chaixat, AN; Staff Reporter-Jim Ryan AN; CI'cuBlIon.Dlltrlbu.tlonChuck churches be obtained callIng FORm
by 'III
Paul A03; Irene Craw. SN. may
rh. JAX AIR Nk:\VS li a member of the Armed Forces Press Senice. the Chaplain's office 425.)
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not bt reprinted without[ I3QiDAYS
lie written permission of Armed Forces Funs Serxlce. Republkatlon of other .
> ae.Mce publications It prohibited without permission of
:te:1IfceJJ Wire GreetingsFor
d : NEWR. Special
&ll'torlal offices located Main Administration Building Phone extension
K&l. 216 and 8164. Mother's DayThe
\M ih
40th anniversary of Moth- c er

er's Day is Sunday, May 9. .
For those who want to send --

greetings by wire, Western Union -
.t All Hands
: To
has announced that a special

=w, ,,... MomsV blank will be used in
.i.iK observance of the day.

There is a Western Union coin- An Open Letter

I operated telephone box In the

Uniform Shop, Building 3, Main "
I side This facility will be open Over the past several months we have seen coin m';a-;
nisters and placards bobbing throughout the .
from 0900 to 1200 up area dll!
on Saturdayand
seeking charitable contributions.With .
closed on Sunday. The West- the number of campaigns for charity ever increasIng -
ern Union office, located at the the same thought strikes us all-why not package all of
Telephone Exchange, Building :517, these drives into one big annual contribution? We are attempting -
4 Y to answer that question, as well as-solve the problem -
NATTCenter will be
t open on *of countless campaigns, through the presentation of the
from 1200 until 200Q It Navy Carnival for CharIty.

also will be closed on Sunday, Directives of higher authority require that certain national
t charities be accorded "passive support" on Federal reservations
We have always accorded every courtesy to these fund-
Safety GroupAppointed raising campaigns. However, we believe it is possible to com-
bine all charity drives into one big package-the Navy Carnival
for Charity-by giving these organizations a proportionateshare
AtNATTCenter of the funds.
IN ORDER TO DO THIS the Charity Carnival must be a
IS THIS DONE FRCqUENTLY good example of what not success. It behooves each and every person affiliated with the
to do in the way of utilities conservation is depicted by this obvious Jax Navy to support this method and procedure for laismc
thoughtless individual and departed office crew, who leaveon Organization of a Safety Com- funds.Three
all lights during lunch hour. Even if the individual was work. mittee to further means are provided to accept your contributions.
ing by himself, he has no use for all the lights. Attention to precautionary They are:
proper usage can cut down in waste of utilities aboard the station i measures at the Naval Air Tech- (1. Sale of tickets.

nical Training Center was announced (2. Donation cannisters.
this (3. Entertainment booths at the Carnival.
Utilities Conservation I ICon The Committee, headed by
OUR NAVY CARNIVAL FOR Charity has been bltvstd,
Comdr. Forrest Noivell, director with an honorable and successful history. Through our al>loIo-
I of training, has members selected ciaitons with many friends in Jacksonville and Duval County,
Cut Costs Waste from each type of school. we have gained a reputation as being civic minded and are
The group will work out their privileged to belong to that society. This is a moral responsibility -
we cannot and should not avoid. The funds raised
safety problems and plan Indoctrination through the Carnival
'* have served as an inspiration to the
"Leaving this one little light on won't hurt any. for the hundreds of new citizens of Jacksonville.

Maybe not, but multiply that "one little light" by several students who come and go at the Each year the Carnival has been more successful than the
hundred und the difference mounts.n Center. previous one. Thismethod of combining our efforts into one
formal fundraising campaign has been a credit to the Navy
an effort to conserve the
of money spent for \ ----I Members of the Committee are: and to our community.
use of utilities all hands are urged I the station. These Lcdr. John Bobbitt, AGO School; .

to help in this program of utilities \ 1 Lt. Robert Hogan, Airman Preparatory WE ARE OFF TO A SLOW start this year and it will require -
l ed to 189,233,000 watt hours or School Lt Kenneth the unified and wholehearted cooperation of all of us
conservation by exercising Snyder here to make our 1954 Carnival a success.
$5,000 for the month
of January. training facilities; Lt. Robert We, of Jax
Navy are known throughout the service for
close control of lights In all spaces, I I
Some suggested means of conserving Cooke, NAWS School; CHREL our "can do' spirit With our combined efforts we "can cK"cant
lestrkted use of ventilating fans we?
Claude Harrison, AE School, and
utilities are: I
and air conditioning units, and II I CHPCLK Elza Hilton AK School B. C. McCaffree
I 1. Turn off lights Capt. U. S. Navy '
keeping the use of water and actually The group meets once each President, Navy Carnival. for
/steam at a minimum. 1 In use. Operate fixed and port- month. j Charity.

ain I able ventilating fans only. when --....--- -

conjunction with this pi o- absolutely required.
To Discuss Magnesium
gram of conservation, PublicVv'oiks 2. Turn off all water fixtures

department has appointed tightly to prevent leakage. Do not At Metal Meeting
Chief Newman R. Willis, AMC,
use water unnecessarily for irri- '"
as utilities conservation inspector The May 12 meeting of t h f
gation. Exercise economy
fly frequent tours of the station in the
American of Metals meet-
Chief Willis has been able use of water in washing vehicle, Society

to keep a close watch on utilities aircraft, and in industrial pro )'( 'jfl' > tr ingat the Seminole Hotel will

In the vatlous working spaces.It cesses. feature a discussion on magnesium

is his job to see! that lights, i' 3. Turn off all steam when not alloys, with D. H. Black ofDojv

heat, power, air conditioning in use. Do not waste hot water. Chemical Co., 8M pI inert'al!
water, and steam and other utilities
Cooperation of all personnel speaker.
,are not wasted.
will Insure the success of this
Of all theutilities, electi icilyis until ities conservation program. Subject of the meeting was cc-

the commodity most often 4 peclally selected to furnish tt' hl-

""R. ted. of its size and nical information to all hands Using -
Info On AA Available
the variety of services the Naval magnesium. Many aircraft l

Air Station produces enough electrical For information concerning& J "'. { parts are fabricated of this allu\'
to daily supply a and require special processmr.
rower Alcoholics Anonymous, call extension i ? ,
city approximately the size of 648.Teacher _""---_-,.._ _. t: .d1, The gathering set for 1930.
->,1tii'<,... _
+ ,!
Miami Dead Power units at NAS MIAMI BOUND-Two enlisted : Navy personnel attending this
men at
produce .an average of 3,370,000000 ,- : "How many make H final instructions, tickets and spending monty NATTCtnttr from their receive meeting will receive credit as provided -

watt hours per. month. dozen 1"JohnnIe Miami. The officer men were prior choWSM? ouSandin paid weekend trip|commanding to- in NAS Jax Instruction No

: "TVvelve.eTeacheri their respective Inspections by their IKS?* sailor and marine at 12230.1 of May 22, 1953, by appropriate -
Simply by close I scrutiny in "How many MaNe a Capt. David commanding: oficers. At left entry on Navexo 2328
some instance there has been a million?" the rUt to Billy IfcWBuZETAA commanding officer presents <*
((4-51)) division
of the
while Lt. r'oh. AO School training
James ,
noUcable decline in the amount Johnnie few" Lindsay, right
"Very Marine Aviation, Detachment, dots the) commanding officer Jjg the Industrial .Relations dtrll1 t-
same for PIc. Jerry ment.r .


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6 May 1954 JAX AI' Page Three

List Honor *

Man StudentsHonor

man recognition fell to

were selected for two white hats and one Marine .

Southeast Regional Convention wrjr at three NATTCenter school grad
which will be held in Norfolk Va.
uating classes last week) ,
May 17. Six members will represent -
this club.Nominations. Paul Carpenter, AKAN, ruptured

for National and vs- top honors at Aviation Storekeepers

Regional officers were held School Class A. Carpenter -

Liason officer Capt. Martell rr s,,111 I I previously attended AN (P)

Twitched, was recently relieved, I
School nt Norman Okln He en-
and will introduce the new Lia _
teied the Navy In June 195.1
son officer to the club members

at the next meeting, Honors at Aviation Klectiician'i

Nelle DeLoach, Chairman of T ,l Mato School, Class A, went to

Recreation prepared >Oie delicious w Robert Swanson, A10AN. Swanson

ham dinner at the Navy Wives came here from AN (P> Schoolat

Club House Saturday nigh, Danc
L'k Norman where he also won
ing was enjoyed after dinner by
honors He leaves l line! for Guam
many of the members and their _
no Marine Pi'c. Richard Dechaid
husbands. Dolls" from the Navyare
class of Air
led the graduating
caught in rehearsals for a television publicizing the Navy Carnival
along with a host of man Preparatory School with an
for Charity. These same performers
Need InstructorsFor others will be seen at the El Dorado at the Carnival. Left to rightare average of 02,5:% topping a classof
Marvin Bryan MU3 pianist with the Navy band; Tommy 110 Bechnid will remain nt
Tucker, emcee from WMBR-TV, and vocalists Kay Clever MNSN; NATTC to nttend AHfAi( I School
Off-Duty Doris Yeager; ; Nick Carson AIM2, and Lt (je) Roberta Grrgori.

College Courses Tops In Entertainment

There are openings for instruct I

tors in the off-duty education

program Division through of the Florida.General Extension ; Awaits Carnival Goers,

Civilian and military personnel entertainment featuring danc
A continuous program All local entertainers, these

who are have interested had teaching in teaching experienceand in ers, singers, comedians, hillbilly bands, instrumental groups, artists have been engaged by

this program contact the Information FEATURED' VOCALIST- military bands and specialty acts-everything imaginablein some of the best night spots and

and Education officer, exten to Adding the Art that Mooney touch orthertra of glamour is the way of a professional stage 1 roduction-is plannedfor theatres in the stale

sion 8388 for the necessary application lovely Mona Caro who will those who attend the Navy Carnival for Charity next On Saturday, at 1545, the 310thArmy
formsApplications. warble while the Mooney band Friday and Saturday May 14 and 15,
will be forwardedto plays for dancing at the El Once the local Navy band, led i Band will present a conceit
Dorado Music Hall The El Dorado MUC I Friday, a galaxy of national and through the courtesy of the Chief rI
I John W ,
the General Extension Division is one of the big featuresof by I
Gainesville for approval. next week's big! Carnival. lings up the curtain at 1715 on (local: stars will occupy the "El I of the Florida Military District

College extension classes are held -- ,. Dorado Music Hall" at all times. The band, which is under the command -

at NATTCenter in Spring and : ::'. of Capt. James L. Burt in

Fall of each 'ear. th, 1111 i4p IIKADLIMNU I this yeat's talent -.. composed of 28 musician\ all
Is Art Mooney and his versa
; ; army reserve members from the
Watch Out For : a tile orchestra, het'&- for reUiin city of Jacksonville. It i i8 expected -
': w 4 t.Y engagement. Mooney, will play that WO G' Richard W.

; :::;': two stands both Friday and Saturday Faller, of the faculty of the Jacksonville -

FlammableTypeFloor :: ::,::': nights will feature beginning the at roman-2000 School of Music, will i I
.. occupy the podium
CoatingPersonnel :.. tic ballads of Alan rosier, lovely 1 S S
ft..4' vocalist Mona Caro the comedy '
1'OUOWn\ local radio and
of Kerwln: Somerville and
are reminded by the :,. capers television performer, will bring
Chief of the Bureau of Aeronautics novelty numbers" by Chuck )< 01'- his band and homespun talent

of the hazards in the use of ;:::. sythe. to the station for an hour show
volatile flammable type floor .: : Tor the first time in Carnival both Friday and Saturday evening

coatings.In history, a section of the "El Do They will appear on the

a recent memorandum two rado" will be set aside for danc- "El Dorado" stage at 1830 on Friday .

examples of explosions were ing to the Mooney aggirgation and at 1800 on Saturday

cited. These explorions were ,. This absolutely free attraction is: Another new attraction this
caused only because the manufacturers' expected to be extremely popu "
year will be the "Spotlighters
directions were not ex "kILx lar with the "teen-ngc" set, and
a precision dancing troupe, 1'1'6.
followed the "oldsters" too.
plicitly : sented by Nat Jerome well known
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talent and stage producer,
One explosion occured when RELIEVING Mooney at 2130
The "Hill Billies" will lender
the fumes of a wood sealer being each evening will be Tiny Moore
music mountaineer style at 1500
used on the floor of a dwelling and his 40-minute Variety Show. .
x and again at 1C( 15 on Saturday
unit ignited. This sealer was Thin popular young band leader
Included in
t evening. the groupare
plainly marked, "flammable, ex will present singing star Sarah
Sgt. Don Hall guitar; Reggie
plosive, keep away from heat, Clifton; exotic Nell Wilmot, ex-
Millet, ATAN, steel guitar; Frank
sparks and open flame," ponent of the Hawaiian song and
Bellinger MM3 bull fiddle and
Although no one was injured ,. dance; and Albert Trice, deep-
Rudy Crowder, AE2 guitar.
there was property damage ar a throated dramatic baritone Dan-
WILL ENTERTAIN-Relieving the Art Mooney orchestra both SOTIILII ilL
result of the'explosion.. Daniels rubberlegged Interpretive -
Friday and Saturday nights, May 11-15 will be Tiny Moore, of ny LOCAL' entertainers,
The second explosion occurred O & R, and his array of local artists. At left is Nell Wilmot, exponent dancer will handle the com-
when fumes from an adhesive .of the Hawaiian dance and song. Tiny and his inseparable edy relief while Tiny and his inseparable who will spotlight the show are
being used to fasten wood floor pal "Woody" will show the folks a few tricks in ventriliquism. pal, "Woody" will offer vocalists: Doris Yeager and Lt.
tile to concrete ignited. The adhesive Continuous entertainment is planned for the entire two days' of new thought in ventriloquism (jg) Roberta Gregori; baritones:

was plainly labeled witha the Carnival. Nick Carson, AM2 and Ray Clever -

red warning tag and bore spe ObservanceArmed MNSN; and the Navy combo
cific ,safety instructions pertain- Plan Program For Armed Forces'Day consisting of Marvin Bryan,,MU3: ,

piano; William W. Heard MU1,
ing to its use. The explosionblew '
out an entire end wall of Forces Day' with its of Navy and Air Force aircraft project officer and Lt. Col Leo bass; Willis H. Ganahl MU2

the dwelling unit and the workman message of Power for Peace will will continue over the city Jobe have arranged for displays drums; Robert L. Behn, MUSH

involved died. be observed on a nation-wide bas throughout the day, and Open of a wide variety of military trumpet, and Eugene M, Pock

S .. is Saturday May 15, by procla House at the Naval Air Station aircraft which will be flown MU2 clarinet

Materials In both instanceswere mation of President Eisenhower. during the afternoon will provide to NAS Jax from Air Force Basesin 'Much of the profession enter

being applied in a tightly Official local sanction was given opportunity for public viewing of Florida and South Carolina In tainment Is appealing through
Burns who modern aircraft and military addition to many Navy and Marine
enclosed area contrary to instructi&ns by Mayor Haydon the courtesy of the Jacksonville
by the manufacturerwho signed a similar proclamation in equipment.The Corps planes. Tanks flamethrowers Federation of Musicians, Local

that the material his office at 0845 Tuesday, paving main Armed Forces Day and heavy artillery used No. 411, American Federation of

should specified be used only in a well the way for Jacksonville to address will be delivered by Rear by the Army, and mortars and Musicians and its members.
join In the nation's salute to the ,Adm. Dale Harris, Chief of Naval light' automatic weapons used by
ventilated area. Air Basic Training NAS Pen- the Marine Corps also will be on ed Forces Day the Jacksonville
It is stressed that personnel The observance will be carriedout sacola at a luncheon held by the display Amateur Radio Society will team

closely adhere to instructions on I through the combined effortsof Jacksonville Civltan Club. Other Assisting Broome as members' with the Military Affiliate Radio
containers of floor coatings and ; Armed Forces Com- System to send free messages to
Capt Burnham C. McCaffree civic organizations will hear Arm- of the Day
if possible purchase nonflammable be- :. project officer for the Jacksonville od Forces Day messages from mittee concerned with plans for personnel overseas, to families of

products. In addition area, and Paul Broome officers of the military services, the city's observance are Jack E. friends or just about( anywhereThe
sure the work area is free of ignition Seitner will have facilities setup
Robert E.
of chairman of the Armed Forces at their regularly scheduled lunch- Kavanaugh group
sources during period Committee, eon or dinner meetings. and W. Ralph Roberts in Hemming Park from 093
application, and that adequate Day Also in conjunction with Arm- to 1730.
C mdr. John Carter deputy
ventilation is provided A series" of flyovers by groups ,



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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 6 May 1954

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Two VP.3 Neplunes Complete First ?-' : ,+.J.

[ Icelond-Io-Jox Non-Slop Flight :.

Within four days four pilots and their crews, attached to Patrol ;;:.i. '. ':

I Squadron Three, made naval aviation history when they landeda helped push the big twin-engine
alti- ,
bomber along at a C,000-foot
pair of P2V-5 Neptune patrol bombers at NAS Jax after flying
tude for most of the flight..
non-stop from Keflavik Iceland.
According to Lcdr. Luchow and
The first Neptune ever to com-
plete the 3,200-mile flight was Luchow's plane touched down Lt. Miller, excellent weather also

here another Neptune carrying prevailed during their interrupted -
piloted by the skipper of VP-3, kro
the last of the 300 VP-3 person flight from Keflavik. Lcdr.
Comdr. George D. Ghesquiere,
nel stationed at Keflavik had his at
who put his bomber down at Luchow said he kept plane

1530 last Friday. His co-pilot was returned to NAS. VP-3 is a unit 10,000 for 11 hours of the 16-hour

of Fleet Air Eleven based
Zowarka. Wing
Lt. James Also aboardfor
here. hop.The 3,200 MILES NON-STOP-SmUinc- the cockpit of this
this flight were nine other 1 Com dr. related two Neptunes making Navy P2V-5. Neptune'patrol bomber upon arrival last Friday at

crew members, all from VP-3. Ghesquiere flight were prototypes of the NAS after a 3,200 mile non-stop flight fromKeflavik, Iceland to

They covered the history-making that the flight in the Neptune, down bomber that NAS Jax is Comdr. George D. Ghesquiere, skipper of Patrol Squadron
that was pressed close to its stripped patrol Three, Comdr. Ghesquiere and co-pilot Lt. James Zowarka,
trip in 16 hours and 36 minutes.
range limit, was successful only made a world record non-stop covered the first such trip in 16 hours and 36 minutes. It was Just

NOT TO HE OUTDONE by because of ideal weather condi- hop from Australia to the United three days later that another VP-3 plane, piloted,by Lcdr. John
their squadron skipper, Lcdf. States. Luchow and Lt. John Miller, made the same non-stop trip In 16
tions. North and Northwest winds hours and 13 minutes.
John Luchow and Lt. John Mil-

1 e r duplicated Comdr. Ghes- .

quiere's feat Monday and in doing FAW-ll VF-22, VA-45, Fasron 109, VA-105, Fasion 9, VA-15 Report

so bettered the time by 23

minutes. Their record time from

minutes.Keflavik Aboard was 16 for hours this and flight 13 Scouting: Jacksonville Area Squadrons

was a crew of ten. FAW-ll Staff

The Neptune flown by Comdr. Recent shuffling of staff per- been sticking out their chests Justa Wasp. tic City, N. J., Charles S. Arth,

and Zowarka little than usual after E.
Ghesquicre Lt. was sonnel Includes one new arrival more AMC; Raymond Countryman,

the of learning that last week's Fasron 109 AD2, from NATTC
first VP-3's planes to return and transfer of two men to sea surprise Memphis;

here from the Icelandic Air duty. inspection netted them an overall Fasron 109 had eight men ad- Fuanito V. Parales, SA, from US-

Force Base where the squadronhas grade of "Excellent. vanced in rate as a result of the NTC San Diego, and Lindsay A.
Gary E. Van looser, SN, has
been deployed on coldweather Especially noteworthy was the last service-wide exams. A total Larson, Jr., IIM1, from Naval
reported to FAW-ll from VP-8,
operations since last Decem grade of 97 received 'for the Inspection of 40 men passed the test but Station, New Orleans, La.
Quonset Point, R. I., to be assigned I
ber. to the communications division of enlisted men's bar quota limitations kept the largest James II. Myatt, AM2, recently

THIRTY MINUTES after Lcdr. of the staff. racks.In I percentage of them from being reenlisted for six years.

advanced in rate.
Anthony J. Malanado, SN, and the congratulations depart Those advanced were: DonaldR. *

POHonorsGoTo Jim Corcoran, SN, left this week. ment we salute Harold Bassett, Glidewell to AK3; William J. Fairon Nine
Seventeen' of the 146 men who
Maldanado will report to the ATS; Ed Barnes, AE3; Conrad Madden to AE3; Thomas B. Blake
Instructor USS Fort Mandan (LSD-21)) in took the service-wide competitiveexams
Blum, PHI; Jerome O'Reilly, to AD3; Dorance D. Amos to
held In February of this
Norfolk, Va., and Corcoran will
AT3 Leroy F, Kohl to ATS Jack
(This Is the 29th in the Naval aboard the USS San Marcos AE3, and Ralph Albritton, AD3, ; ; year were advanced to the next
go W. Yundt to ATS; Jerome R.
Air Technical' Training, Center's (LSD-25)) also at Nortollc.LcdI' all of whom made their present Newville to PH3, and Kenneth hIgher pay-grade. Sixty-one men
pctty-of/lcer-of'lh t / scries.) took the but
John W. Pobst, electronics ratings as a result of recent ex W. Montgomery to YN3. exams only seven-
Gerald Benson, AMI, instructorIn teen rated.Lt. .
officer for the Willow Grove, Pa., ams. Also in this department we The Beaver softball team is on were
Phase I hand tools at the
volunteer reserve electronics unit, top in the and also (Jg) Alvah V. Mykkanen
tci's Airman School, chosen thisxveek'a acknowledge Lt. (Jg) and Mrs: City League
has> been temporarily assigned to boasts a perfect record in intra Fasron Nine's communications of-
Richard Davis who are
petty-ofllcer-of-the-wcek (Bunny)
the staff. lie will spend two weeks I mural play here on the station. ficer has been notified that he
will observe at first hand the 1
here as part of his annual reserve the proud parents of prospectivenaval will soon assume the role of full
knowledge Imparted during the
active duty training and will work aviator Richard F. Davis, VA-105 lieutenant. Samuel P. Black, AD!,
first part of hh Instructor duty.
Benson, who with FAW-ll electronics officer III. The squadron joins in con- The VA-I 03 "weIco ne mat" was recently reported to the squadron

Instructed sailors and unit squadrons. gratulating skipper William F. put to extensive use last week for duty.
< .
and marines Krantz who was upgraded to the when the squadron received a host *

VF-22 rank of Commander. personnel. VA-15
of new
at NATTC Jax,
A welcome aboard is extendedto The "Blackbirds" An "Open House" hag been
has orders to wish to welcome Reportfng in from Corpus ChristI -
'*,1 Lt. Clyde Gilmore who comes CAG-17 back planned for VA-15 May 7. The
to VF- from their extended was Lt. (Jg) Robert W. Good
report \ ; "< '
1:: ;\; from Line School in Monterey, I day's sightseeing tour will con
62, where Lcdr. aboard the USS win; from VC-4 at NAS Atlan-
!' t' Calif. Another new Cavalier is clude with a party in a nearby
Edwin Griffin, i. :: .
Ensign Kenneth Johnson who xt.
"' re- picnic area ,
,, ,,
former training ," :
: : "".'fJ': ports from NAAS Kingsville, By way of promotions, Darrel
facilities officer
'\;.;:; ::::; Texas.
of the Cen- ::1" ''':' \ Stone, Larry Bowman, Mark Per-
Good Conduct Medals have been
ter, Is the skip rault and Sam Cowan all madeLt.
awarded to
Benson Joseph V. Salmon
(Jg) within a month of each
per. AD3, and Bobby Joe Riley, AD3.
During World War II Benson
Donald E. Donaldson, ADAN,
fcived in Perth, Australia, and is Some enlisted men also made
currently attending the Police
while with Fleet Air Wing 10, new rates. Herb Coverly and Bill
Academy three nights a week in
helped service the Black Cat Jax. He Is enrolled in the Detective Doverspike both advanced to AT2,

in the Admiralty Is while the
squadron Training Course and is draw- Gary Zippers passed

lands. AE2'exams... Ray Bryson is now
Ing on his past civilian experienceIn
His phase officer typifies Benson Indianapolis where he served. an AD3; Jack Brondyke, Jim

as punctual, military and an as assistant in the District At Tsengas and Jim Brigham all

able instructor. torney's office.A made ATS; Marvin Kohrn is a

new AE3 and Richard Hobson
"big ole time" was had by E ,,
Work Against all at the "Line Party" held Sun a r .r w k.ww w advanced to YN3.

day at Klngsley Lake. In the past few weeks the

following men have been addedto
Vandals Wins
VA45"lllatliblrds" : -- the VA-15 muster rolls: From

of VA-45 have NAS Jax comes Ira E. Peters,

Chief Citation First Rocket 'E' S SIIARPSHOOTER Flanked AM2; John Evans, AOAN; William
Chief Leaves by two crew: members holding -
Zingaro five-Inch Billy, AEAN; Gerald Moel-
velocity aircraft
Boatswains -
William ,
i For Coral Sea Duty Award rockets is Lt (Jg) Charles ler, AM3; Art Snure, AOAN, and
At VF22To
cited at
Mate Chief, was commen-
Chittick Jr., VF-22's first roc- Eddie Parsley, AMI. NAS Quon-
t clatory mast held last week by Widely known at Malnside and ket "E" winner under revised
set Point sent Dick Eastman, AD-
Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree NAS at NATTCenter Angelo Zingaro, Pilot Chattick ComAlrLant qualifying rules.
3; George Muir AD2 Ed Gigler,
Shown ;
with the
commanding officer, for his excellent AKC, has been detached to reportto Cavalier' roc-
ket ace are Frank Doherty, ADS; David Ross, ADAN; Joe
performance of duty whileon the carrier USS Coral Sea. First rocket "E" winner in VF-
AOAN (left) and Ronald Long, Taylor, AD2; Bob Taylor, A02;
Zingaro, stationed here with 22 since the and string
watch on Shore Patrol. new more AD3, plane captain.
John Sascio, ADAN and Harry
Fasron Six from Jan. 1949 to t ComAirLant ,
Coker was commended in a let- e n qualifyingrules

ter from Colonel R. W. Chandler, July 1951, when he reported to were made effective is'Ko- ing his rockets Grimes, ADAN.
Jim Talbot, ATS Jim Kreamer
U.S.A., for the apprehension ot NATTC, served as an interpreterfor rean veteran Lt. (jg) Charles Y. As the "rocket ace" will attest, 5
ATS, and Frank Dues, ATS, are
vandals on whose car they had the Italian students who studied Chittick Jr. outstanding scores in competitive from NATO Patuxent River. NAT

destroyed equipment. By five o'- last year at Aviation Store- A veteran of.20 combat mis- exercises are more than just a TC Memphis contributed
clock on the evening of the vandalism keeper School, under the Mutual sions against the Chinese and matter of Lady Luck riding the
McDonald AMAA Allan Mills
Coker" had rounded up Defense Assistance Program.In North Korean Communists, Lt. rockets. "They are the result of ;
AMAN, and Frank Vinson AA.
all of the vandals involved and addition to duties as instructor (Jg) Chittick earned the highly- hard work and intensive training From NAAS Sanford John

had them in custody. he also served on/the committee coveted Navy "E" by firing four such as the 'Fighting Cavaliers' comes
Womble, AE3 and Allan Thames!
The letter from Chandler to for the St. Joseph Cadets rockets into a stationary target have been undergoing for the AE2.

who at the annual Gator for of 25 feet. past several months "
the commanding officer stated appeared an average error says Lt. .

that he "had the pleasure of see- Bowl football game festivities on Under ComAIrLant's newly- (jg) Chittick. "What makes you think he's

Ing one of the finest exhibitionsof New Tear's Day, and served on required qualifying rules a pilot VF-22's newest rocket "E" win- from the North?"

military police work in all mxperknce. Navy Charity Carnival Committee. has a minimum pull-out alti- ner reported to the !squadron in "lIe dances as if he forgot to

." tude of 2,000 feet after releas- July, 1952. take his snowshoes i off"



, .

6 May 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

VP-23 Arrives

From BrunswickFor


Nine F2V-5 Neptune bombcin
and 148 officers and enlisted'menof

Lt Patrol Squadron 23, a Fleet
: : Air Wing Three unit, flew to NAS

last week and will participate for

two weeks in "Asdevex" off the

coast of Nassau, capital city. or
I the Bahamas

"Asdevex"; is the Atlantic fleet
anti-submarine war exercise which
w k t. i. a began April 26 and will run for

,AtK..... ,,,, a six weeks.
1 n k VP-23 flew non-stop In formation -
from its home base at NAS

a o a Brunswick, Me. When they arrived -

3 M sF over Jax, the planes madea
carrier breakup prior to land
ing, common for Jet fighters but
rather unusual for patrol bombers.

During the two weeks, Jacksonville
will be used as a stand

by station for the squadron which

will operate as a part of the

Nassau Air Group, commanded by

f. Capt. Theodore O. Dahl, commander
y of FAW-11. An administrative -

k y unit will be housed at
Jax along with a maintenancecrew.

_nnmm__________.... __m._ .
THE NEW ANCIIORAGE-A that the Anchorage VP-23 is one of the few At
place enlisted men can be proud of- that's the newly redecorated Anchorage. The
will eventually become a genuine enlisted men's club, operated and for the enlisted men. At top left i$ an interior view lantic air squadrons which has
after the face-lifting. Top right, Cant. Burnham C. McCaffree, commanding officer of the station cuts the ribbon at reopening ceremonies been able to boast of continuing
last Friday, with Navy officials and members of the newly appointed House Committee on hand. Bottom left, personnel enjoy 100% aircraft availability during
free refreshments to celebrate the reopening. Offering a toast (bottom right) to the "new" anchorage are (left to right) Edna
DKSN; Stan Raynar, AN; Louise Young, DKSN, and Arlan Meisinger, AK2. operational readiness inspections.
Commanding officer of VP-23 ,H
Operated For And By Enlisted Men
Weekend TideTable I SAFETYBox Comdr. Harvey N Hop.

A.M.HIGH P.M. A.M.LOW P.M. Score
Renovuled Anchorage-
Fri. 11:40: 5:28: 5:32: Disabling Injuries Through

Sat. 12:40: 6:28: 6:38: Tuesday, May 4
Sun 1:47: 7:29: 7:48 This Month 0
Makes Terrific Hit This Year 5


Fleet Air Wing11Radioman Lost-Time Accident 7
The Anchorage.: the enlisted man's off-duty rendezvous HERE AND THERETwo

point, has been reopened after being transformed into what GIRGABOAM- sailors entered a bus and

School many call one of the most beautiful clubs for enlisted men I Safety Slogan for May"To \ sat across from a pretty girl.
within the Naval establishment. -
I Make Your Life Last, Put "That's a mighty cute girl," one
Graduates 29 With the reopening last Friday of them
ment, self refrigerated salad bar, Safety First. remarked "Shall we talk
also came the announcement that Remember this slogan it to her 1""Take
Twenty-nine men were gradu- dishwasher and other attraction.8.The .
the would in effect
ated Friday from the sixth class Anchorage interior has been completely means money.representative it easy," the other l'e-
become a genuine enlisted club,
of Fleet Air Wing Eleven Radio redecorated and soundproofed, plied. "Waft until she pays her
governed and managed by enlisted fare"
man School as Comdr. Frank D. while the outside area, includingthe
men of the base, h veritable from every unit
chief staff officer handed tropical patio, has undergonea -
Heyer, dream come true for white hats. will be selected to form the House
out diplomas in the absence of clean-up and improvement. "Y'say yuh love this Jane r"
Committee, which will elect a "
Theodore Dahl "Yep, yer honor.
Capt. O. wing .
WITH CAPT. KUKNIIAM. C. board of governors, a chairmanand "And this bozo is your bimbo,
commander.The .
McCaffree, Commanding Officer SET AMONG A THICKET of set the house rules and the huh?"

29 men out of 30 who of the Naval Air Station cuttingthe pines and oaks, overlooking the by-laws of the club. The men "Ya muttered a snootfiil, judge"

started the class in February, tape to officially reopen the St. Johns river, the Anchorage will govern with the advice of "Thass 'nuff. He's your'n. Your

compiled a high 3.5 class aver- Anchorage, the ceremony attracted with its setting is truly today a I a designated representative of his'n. Slip me a fin and l scram.
age, the highest since the school welcome Much effort has
hundreds who enjoyed free re- sight. the commanding officer. Next please."
began. freshments,. celebrating the oc gone into making the enlisted N .. -
"Valedictorian" was Billy B. casion. club here the finest.Announcement The
ACCORDING TO "Comdr. call woman and small son were
Brown, AL3, who marked up a Features of the renovated club of formation of ton B. Starkes, the Commanding visiting a large departments

blazing 3.88 average during the include new grills, sandwich bar, an enlisted committee to. operatethe Officer's designated representative when the child whiMpered

12-week school. David H. Cook, latest in sanitary kitchen equip- club was made last week. A "the new method of operation -, something in. his mother's ear.

AL2, was runnerup with 3.87. will give the enlisted men "Not now son," she replied. Noting -
These two scores are the highestin .. ." .. .' .. ., .,->,. ..w..'. .,.,,,,,,,:+)"' here and this common
new pride appreciationin occurrnnce, a
the school's history. Both :c. .: :\ \(: ; a facility where they can bring helpful sales lady offered to
men are attached with Patrol ;ij their friends, families and guests take him to'the rest room. They

Squadron 34, based in Trinidad.At : aboard to dine and have fun in made the trip and came back

the graduation ceremony, !. ., \ \.-.' ".. a wholesome, clean atmosphere." hand in hand.
Comdr. Ileyrr told of the radio ( ;\ \ > : ir:<. ; .:;:..}:.1 Mother: "Did you thank the
; N;< x: : ..:rt...:;. ..,I..'; ......< "All hands should cooperate in

man when who he relaxed caused and a sent disaster the j\I \ \\V:': : making est," Comdr.this club Starkes one of continues.the fin nice Boy lady: "Why for being should so I?kind She?"had

wrong word in a Naval message.' : to go t&o."
"This is a place we have always .
This radio school at NAS Jax, + ; .1 wanted to give the enlisted men,
established solely for FAW-11 I where they can enjoy themselves, "Why do you want to quit, Jo,'

squadrons, is the only aviation t knowing that 'this is our club'." are your wages too low?"
radio school on the Atlantic coast.It "The wages are all right, but
: The catering service is
was designed to train competent provided I'm afraid I'm doing a horse out

radiomen and aviation elec- ;>;.*...:, ,;. .....I'. .\\ by the Navy Exchange. Just of a ,job"
.: jJ.. .<: .., I IJJ: .< \ an idea of what they carry in the
tronicsmen for plane flight crews. .,.<;... ..'.. :t / w ...1. ( \
The school was established in :.;..:.; !f. : \ li. line of a menu one dinner features She: "My aunt is sending me a
i... ,- ,;""'" \ a full one-pound boneless gondola from Venice. I don't even
August 1952 Arthur S. .
by Capt.
r' .. steak with trimmings for only know how to play one."
Born, a former FAW11com I
12.25. He: "You don't play a gondola,
mander, who felt that wing ra-
dio operators needed supplementary stupid. You throw it around your
training in communication s Promoted shoulder like a shawl!"

techniques upon graduating from Commanding officer of Attack
the AL "A" School at .LM Teacher: "How may one obaln .
Tennessee. Squadron 45, Comdr. William F. good posture?"

Krantz, received notification of Country Boy: "Keep the cow!
Prior to graduation the stu ., .. ... ..
., off it and let "
'" ---- --- --- promotion to his present rank it grow awhile
dents passed through a rugged AHIBOUND RADIOMEN-Billy Brown, AL3, left) and David from the Bureau of Naval Personnel .
10-phas program: Cook, AL2, are high men on the "totem pole". They are honor She: "Am I the first girl you
The School's "principal" is Lt. students of Fleet Air Wing Eleven Radioman School which concluded lIe has been in commandof ever kissed?"
last Friday. The structure between them I h an antenna mast
Harry D. Roberts FAW-11 since December
lIe: "You might be-roU1' face
mounted near the FAW-11 building used In receiving and sending
, officer. Wing communiques. 17, 1953. Is sure familiar."


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:t,. Page Six JAX'' AIR NEWS 6 May 1954

: Five Shutouts r. F _
c, Registered TIME OUT

\ With Gordon Robbie
In NAS Softball League I .

The headaches and nightmares

It's too early to eliminate any team from contentionbut Y .I that confront Jax Navy baseball

five in a field of 13 Mainside intramural Softball entries mentor Frank McCaffrey this sea

threatened to leave the pack as the fledgling circuit terminated
would In all floora
son probability
r- a week of activity.

Corn- ---- --- less patient Individual.
Fasron 109, Fasron Six,
tuLant, the 'Cane Hunters getting
Fair Jax and VC-62 spanked two Latest stroke of misfortune
the best of a 9-7 decision.
opponents each, while Hospital The rimless Reserves were dealt the club was a nasty spike

disposed of its only foe to date.A wound received by Matt Wolos-
blanked for a second time, Hospital
half-game off the pace are Operations turning the trick, 2-0, in a -' M R.5 %, zyn, veteran outfielder. Matt was

VW-4 and FAW-11. well played match. R. L. Stephens on the receiving end of an enemy

Jack Turner threw a U1l'( e-hlt. hurled the shutout. player's spikes up at Camp Stewart .

ter as VC-62 nudged Supply-1-0, Request Game Information ; .. .. 4e this past week
In eight innings. Bill Arras scored +
'. This brought new changes to
Operations bumped VP-5 6-2, q. w : :
-A.i; r
the winning run in the eighthto
to spoil the Patrolmen's league a Sax Navy lineup that already
spoil a four-hit effort by Hugh BLASTS ONE OUT-VP-S outfielder Joe Teevan connects fora resembles Chinese crossword
McDonald debut. The tower nine was defeated long drive during third Inning action in the VP-5-Operations
by Fasron 109, 6-0, in Us! first intramural Softball contest last week at Saratoga Field. CatcherIs puzzle. What with transfer of key
Stephens Hurls ShutoutVP18's outing. Keith Fife. Operations, behind the stout hurling of Joe Kincaid, personnel, Injuries, sore arms and
lambs were burled under the 62. NAS intramural softball is held three
Surprising ComFair Jax madeIt won game, activity a thousand and one other all
an avalanche of Fasron Six days a week at Muslin, Saratoga, Albemarle and Hospital Fields. 10.15
ments, the Fliers current
two straight for the week, disposing -
tallied, 190. Vie Cleplinski was record is not to be taken lightly.To .
of FAW-11, 196. Ed
credited with the win. Bill Burgess .
was on the mpynd Tuesday Clark and John Applewhite were Sparks Out Front InCuptuin's begin with, outfielder
on the mound for the winners.For Gordon North, catcher Glen
when Fasion Six dumped VW-4,
more comprehensive coverage Green and roach Jim Carmlrhael -

91.In in future editions, team man. were lost via transfers.!
its second straight shutout Race
of the season, favored 'asl'on 109 agers are requested to report Trophy When chaser Don Tea tor left,
games played with hitting and .
had all the stoppers for NARTU, the! "Frugal Fifteen" was without
11-0. pitching statistics to the Jax Air Consistently fielding top teams in NATTCenter intramural a third man In the pasture.

News sports desk, ext. 216. Aviation Electrician's is lead.
School Class A
VW-4 slugged it out with Fae- leagues, Leg injuries have sent Jim
STANUIJSGS ing in points towards the 1951 Captain's Trophy. Coughlin and Odis Patterson to
(The Thundftr, April 29)
Tram W. 1.. With the season near the halfway Standings to Date: the sidelines at one time or an

SPORTS FROMYESTERYEAR 'aroti; 109 .... to:....,....... 2 0 mark, the Sparks are out Tram Ft*. other. Coughlin currently leads
omKulr Jax ...,....... ....... 2 0 AK: "A" School ............... 313
VC-62 ............. ... ....... 2 0 front with a total of 313 points, IraFac ... .. ,.,.,.It ..,. ...... 2ND! the club in runs-batted-ln most
Hospital .,,,,.. ............... 1 0 AO "A" School ...It..... .... :2H7 hits, home runs and total bases.
O ncratloni 1 1 closely trailed by Training Facilities ANP) School...... ...... .... 262
W-t ....::::::::::::: :::::::
i iAW11 Marines .. 258 Add sore arms Anthony Zac-
...........n.......... 1 1VP'S with 269. NA\VS School ........, .,. 177
Another In'a weekly feature ..... ........ ............. 0 1 Personnel ,...,.....sun..,.,..., 117 caria and Sam Travis to t h e"crippled"
that to life performanceson VP8 ................ .......0 2'aotul.unl THE POINT-LEADEKS Special I Services! ................ 92
brings .., ..,.....,. ....... 0 2 won Medical ........................ 69 list, along with Tom
the Naval Air Station Supply o 2AiWu title and the free .. .. .. ... .. .....
the basketball Dental .. 62 Neely and Walt Ga4da. Neely, a
., ;: :::::I!!:!!!!! !!!!!! ; o 2 AK "A" Sthool .........., .. ... M
sports scene from dusty issues < throw honors. Airman Preparatory A(5O; !School .,' ........ .., ..It 57 i. veteran Jax Navy infielder, has
of the Jax Air News. School lashed onto the table AK: "n" School ................. 2.1 been able to service in
'Canes AU "8" School ... ., . .... 18 see every
TEN YEARS AGO TODAYAn Eglin. tennis and bowling titles. . game despite an ailing flipper.

amazing 22-0 record pave Special Services, In eighth position Fliers Ousted i

ed the way for Ship's Store On Jax Navy splashed Its way to the recent This futile parade of whirlpools

Ashore to annex the Com swimming meet champion. and mercurochrome must slowdown 1

mandant's Cup volleyball title, Track SlateDual ship, but faltered in other events In All-Marine to a minor roar if the Fliers
First place finishes In soft- MEANWHILE the Softball circuit have visions of even coming

ball and speedball were big meets with the Universityof I is going full steam Horseshoe Ring TourneyColorful l close to a 54-31 record posted

factors in Assembly and Re. Miami and Eglin Air Force pitching will be added to last season.

pair's copping of the Com Base are on the agenda for the the sports agenda next month. Clyde Page, 175-pound i Absence of City league comM .
mandant's Cup for 194344. hope of the Leathernecks at NAS
Jax track
Navy-Marine varsity ] tltlon provides no breathier.on ,.
FIVE YEARS' AGO TODAY team The Fliers are pitted Jax, was a finalist in the All-Ma the. Kchodule this year. Any-

Four clubs, Chiefs, Marines, against the 'Canes this afternoonat Waves Give LessonTo rine Boxing Championships at thing short of an all-out collapse '

VF-133 and VF-43, were undefeated Lackawanna. El Toro, Calif., last week. by the Fliers should give

through the second Monday, the locals will seek to Nurses, 38.4 Page lost on a second round the dub an at 'least halfway *

week of competition in Main- extend a two-year dominationof TKQ to Camp Pendleton's Jesse respectable record when the terminus -
NATTCenter Waves smothered -
side intramural softball play the Eglin athletes, ,the meet Barber on the concluding day of lit. reached come' tourney
scheduled at Eglin. Both squads St. Luke's Nurses, 38.4, the fistic circus to determine All- time.

in their opening tilt of theGirls' Service representatives.Lee .
have tackled Fort Jackson with
CJassTBrGolfcr7Tourney Who knows, the local nine may
similar results. City Softball League Burcky, Jax 147-pounder, well show us that there is mul-

Minus the services of Pat De- I with Sue Smith and Edna was a semi-finalist, while Ramon tutu in piavo (much in little).
Coach has Rodriguez, 112-pounds, and Tony .
Jerry Hargis
Off To vaney Christensen leading a 39-hit S
Benedict both lost
juggled his roster in an attemptto .
assault. West Coast racing baron An.
bouts.Meanwhile .
fill left by transfers and opening
Auspicious Start unfavorable gaps performances. In the second game at Mur. at San Diego, drew Crcvolin and trainer Willie
officer Molter accounted for two winnerson
NATTCenter Special Services
Hargis has added Matt Kurl- ray Hill, the Murray Hill In.
Anyway you look at it_ from L dr. Pete Culbertson read. Derby Day. The pair's Deter
lich to his He
corps. consistently dependents squelched the NAS
mine copped the Run for the Rose
'tee to green or green to tee, betters 160 feet and i is ied his Eastern contingent for
I there are 32 amateur golfers at capable of more. Waves' debut, 129. the All-Navy Boxing Championships while Imbros was winning a 100-.

the Naval Air Station who are to do battle with the West. grander on the Coast.

havin a whale of a time in the I .0' Latest baseball joke( ?) Fan

Class "B" Championships now How do you account for the

underway here. slump In Beasley's fielding aver..

At least there were 32. Scat. ; age?
:. [
tered results in both the first and Sports Editor He goes after

second flights have trimmed the too many high balls.

field down considerably as the Oh, to be a big league baseball
over-100 shooters hit the links ((11 Arm.d Forc i fr..i StI'ylct),
QUESTIONS player, especially a Yankee

last weekend.In 1. What A L. manager holds t They get eight dollar a
the" first flight Kill RAH- t
the all-time record for the most day for meal! money while on
sett defeated Tom Warder, 1-
,., I Ii pennants won? the road.
lip on 19; John Moughan de- X41 .:: 2. How many Indianapolis .
foaled" C. S. Thomas, 5 and 4;
speedway races did Barney Old- Ralph Nielsen, third baaeman
defeated "Ben" f Salvm
8. A. Hlely -
field win? turned leftfielder, has upped hilt
1-tip on 19; Dr Queen defeated
3. What N L. pitcher had the batting mark 67 points from an
Carl Imholte, Sand 1;
best earned-run average in 1952: f early season .154. Matt Woloszynhas
D. L. John defeated Father
ANSWERS climbed 73 points to .306.
John Moore, 3 and 2, and R. F. Art
1. While managing the Philadelphia A sign that Jax Navy willowsare .
Peterson won by default from
Athletics, Connie Mack won finally coming alive.A .
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins.Second fns 'c >
flight action saw II. G nine pennantn. Joe McCarthy, fine public service gesturehas

McLoughlin defeat Dr. Franz, 3 while piloting the Yankees, won been made by the Jackson.

and 2, Jack Hartman defeat E. T eight pennants. vine Baseball Club with the announcement .

Dellemotta, 5 and 4, and Paul 2. None. The famous Oldfield, that all servicemen .

Trcitel defeat H. A. Burkey, 7 one of the, greatest drivers of his will be admitted to Braves home

and 5. day, was never a winner of the games for fifty cents.

Professional Jack ,____ Indianapolis classic. An
Meanwhile,, .. ter .J- v- : ample delegation from the

Harvey reminded all golfers that RELAY LINEUP-Four backstrokers line up for the start of S. Hoyt Wilhelm, N. Y. Giants station should be on hand when

; the weekly Wednesday Pro-Am the 150-yard medley relay, an event of the NATTCenter Intra- with an earned-run average of the Jacksonville club returns

tourneys have been, reactivate mural swimming meet held last week. Lining up are bottom to 2.45, led N. L. hurlers. lie was followed home .next week. No uniform it

and the interest of all personnel top, Phil Lawrence of Training Facilities; Bill Sleigh Special by Warren Hacker !.G8'' required, but an ID card mustbe
Services; Bob Cook, Medical, and Oliver Wright, NAWS School.
111 invited. Special Services won the event and the team title. ERA. shown..



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6 May 1954 TAX 'AIR NEWS. Page Seven.
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Station Nines In z Ninth Inning Rally Snaps .

Race For City "

Softball HonorsSeven Jax Navy Losing StreakThe

station Softball nines
high-calibre in are ..a script was the same but the cast slightly altered in
providing play a
trio of city softball leagues this the Jax Navy baseball picture as the revamped Fliers turnedon !

penson. hot-and-cold perfoimances last week.

the of volatile -
After looking
Four clubs are entered In Commercial the fifth on a walk and a double
In double loss
League play competingat performers a by first sacker Harold lull A
Stewart earlier, the
Lackawanna and Brentwood to Camp fouN'un fourth frame, highlightFLIERS' .

Parka. In loop encounters last home forces applied the pressure

to take a set from Robins. AFB
week, Naval Hospital, with Gail
the mound the past weekend. PARINGS
Burgess on droppeda
9-2 ''verdict to the NATTCenter The starting lineups for the "I'IM1er-1'ns. fI An R II Tn .1111 I"t

Marines.A past few games have seen severalold Patterson. 1 t-d t p : : '2.1 7! 15 3 24 3 :5)!3 J(1 2 :.3101Voloazyn .429i"ay.

IIIGIILirilir faces missing or at strange t'C .... .2:1: 53 U 26 31! ::3Jankunis .:lu;
performancewas p 6 10 1 3 3 1 .:\01
turned! in by the winners' positions. Topmost was the shift (.oughlin. Jh .2'.l 91 19 26 44 20 .2141;
of shortstop Whlley Beasleyto Hensley, lli-lb: ..2R 17 23 :H 1:5: .271
Pat O'Rourke. The player-coach Ing Tray Is. a . .19 60 7 Js21: 7 .:lW
third. 1011711. It . 3 1:1: 1 3 .1 1 .2:11:
spun a neat one-hitter and aided Wright rr :513 3 3 ,1 :l ..2tNIt'lsl'n. :
his own cause with a two-run Regular hot corner guardian, 3h-It ,2S: 71 10 17 19 :5 .221
Ralph Nielsen Is holding down the Rice. 1b . .10 n 4 J 3 2 .2m
homer Trice, II . 2 IS 2 t 1 t ..244)Ncelev
left field spot with Joe Fay, former .., .25 83 15 ,14:3Nordle :
Police Department, with Billy CREAM OF O & R LEAGUE-Posting an impressive keeling .2 c : ,:10 30 1:1g2: 6 ::1 :.167Blackstoek

Alsobrook driving In three runs, record, Planning No.1 copped the championship of the 16-team owner of that post taking over p 9 9 t 1. 1 0 ,111
O & R Civilian Bowling League at the Riverside Alleys. Roy Askew Injured Matt Woloszyn's centerfield unnt't, p .. . H 18 2 2 2 1 .111
defeated the Marines, 4-3, laterIn .. 1
0 .071
:Sheets P ... 714 0
the week. Powerful front row (left), also claimed the high-game mark with 246. job. (;aida, p ... .. 5 7 1 0 0 0 .mo
Gibbs Cor- Team members are front row (left to right) Askew, Hrrley Flowers Win In Ninth 7.accarla. p .... 3 !S 0 0 0 0 ..1W4)NWT
poration, hung a 9-2 defeat on and Jim Vraril. Rear, Luke Ilendrlcks, Emit llieb, Charlie .... ..- 73 91824 8 ,.247Pitelier.

0 & R. Ed Pillsbury hurled a four- Field and Glen Volp.Scarbrough's. ___ Newcomer Joe Price, has been (1 lr )IV L Pet.Patteisun .

hitter for the win. -- installed at 'Beasley'i shortstop .... .419714l: 01.1Jj(1(
position. Another fledgling, Dick Gunnt't .. .".. 7 48 3J 50 4 2 .667
In other Commercial League : 7.secsrla ......, 217 612 1 1 ..500JlJac'kltork
277 Wins Wright, is in light Held. .... R 24 13 20 1 :l .:).1:1:
activity, Fasron Six tipped Naval Sheets ..... 73S J8 2'i! 1 2 ..343Jankunls :
Hospital, 10-6, and Gibbs defeated A two-run ninth inning I ..... 63.124n: 1 3 ,:.250talda
by Beasley copped the series opener 4 21 12 1J! 0 3 .uno
the Broward Lumber Co., 11.2. I -No longer with tram.

HAItDAGR and Sons from Robins, 8-7, breaking a
Amateur Golf : five-game losing skein. Fay" and
}; AAron 109 from the unbeaten City Toga Wright started the inning with ed by Conghlin's three-run round

ranks in the Men's City League, house blAst, gave Jax Navy a
successive singles. I
edging: the Beavers, 2-0. Big Don safe margin.
Big Bill Scarbrough is as hot as the weather.At Merle Gunnel (.-2)) who gave
Glidewell hit a wild streak in the Beasley, an anemic .229 hitter

fourth inning, putting two runners Municipal Course last weekend Scaibrough tacked up four runs in the first and sing- last week, came to life In thinBelies "

the City Amateur championship to already imposing letons in the third and ninth, gave
on by free passes. going slx-for-elght, Including -
After a scratch hit Spank string of '51 tournament wins with a l brilliant 72-hole: total up eight hits and four walks in two doubles.
going the'! route for the fourth
Mann lined a single to left ,to of 277. Pete Sheets, hit }hard in relief,

wrap up the tilt. In another contest In earlier play this year the I time and George Blackstock, were the .
within earshot of the greens was fuses Both Tilt
Utility Department defeated 225-pound Jax Navy Chief losing hurlers at Camp Stewart.
an-I heart breaking to a championshipfield Hard-luck righthander I' Jim 1 ,
NATTCenter, ,5.1. Hubert Burns nexed the San Jose The Filers! dropped two, 9-7 and .
of 16 which tiled vainly to Sursely was charged with both I
hurled a one-hitter for the 54.
city the Sanford Pro-Am and the City I match shots with him defeats. With' the score tied, 5-5, I
This evened the series with i
nine.NAS coach Bud Smith sauntered in
Four-Ball while teamed
Personnel the at two
entered in Rec- Georgia camp apiece
from his left field pout to relieve
reatfon League competition, opened Frank He 't'r. I A 1'lbberl1t is- not scheduled
\ Sursely in the fourth inning of
its schedule last night' at The City Amateur (Cnm eas- ,. ,. the first_ game I Ralph Nielsen, with flve-for-nlne,

Brentwood Park. led the Fliers at the plate.
lw t. Srarbrough chopped the > Ahead 7-6 entering the J last of
nobles .. .. .401 000 002- 7 R 1
strokes oft Municipal'* 6,282- the ninth, Smith recalled Sursely Ja I1ea..o:42: 010 002-: 11 .1
Still Shortage Of ), Smith (4),
front his This ad'Ir.'oJ.
pasture post. mas- :
l .
yard layouj in the opening Sumely 10)) nn
Softball ArbitersAn ter-minding backfired with Surse Gunnel and Tr \II. L-Sul'"elr.

urgent call for: umpires round and was peter Mrlounly. ly giving up the' game-ending Robin .. .... ,000 010 000- :.1 .1
questioned.On ( double. Jill 100 401 (141.- 6 7 1.nldnun.Sursely .
is being issued again by Main- \ (2). Quinn <5)) ,n side occasion did he Jim Coughlin, with a homer a Brown, Marlhalller: (4). '
Special Services. The
NAS only one go I I'a Her HOD and Nor JIIf' L Sun-
intramural softball schedule is over regulation figures. After double and single, paced; the tly

in with Fliers in the second win, a 6.1 '
operation threadbare-
thin roster of officials.All a carding a 68 the second round, verdict. Odis Patterson, recovering Jax Navy Skeeimen

Scaibrough needed 73 blows the from a leg Injury, hulled a
personnel I
should' contact Frank McCaf third heat but finally finished master ful three-hit job. Cop Stale Open Title

frey, NAS Intramural Director, strong with a fouith round 69. The victims' lone run came In : In its seasonal debut the Jax:
ext. 512. Umpires will be paid Timuquana Country Club .: Navy skeet team copped the

for service rendered. champion Fred Mann was live AE'A'HoldsThin I State Five-Man Team Open and

Anyone with Service championship with a
one good eye
stroke off the blistering pare
and ; record breaking total of 495x500.It .
a smattering softball
set by the San Air !Station'stop Lead In Center
knowledge should take advantage man with rounds of 70-70-() I was a banner day for NAR-

of thla i opportunity. TU's Ken Pendergras who became
75-67 for a 2tP.Third .
I League games are held Mon- Softball LeagueWith the first serviceman to win
days Wednesdays and Thurs in the final results was the state High-Over-All Championship -
first round
play nearing
days starting 1600. medalist Vernon Ray of San Jose He turned the trick
Aviation Electrician'sMate
Country Club with 287. In a two- with 293x300.
School, Class "A" holds a
Braves Home For way stalemate for fourth were Pendergras teamed with Titus
first In
one-game place margin
Tommy Jenkins and Ralph Ghioto, Harris of VP-3 to annex the Two-
the NATTCenter Intramural Soft-
Week Stand With Jr., with 296's. ball League Man championship in addition to

Scarbrough'sJ1C'snny! accuracy winning the Sub-Small Class A
Second round play begins next
Augusta Macon Small Gauge Class AA and All I
week Team managers have dt'cldI ,

Two Sally League clubs will List Winners In '" ed to limit play to three rounds I Gauge Class AA titles. -

put 'in their initial appearance of with playoffs occurring 'in .
July. .. .
____'"=- ":. ..7.r .3'r.-'C.'r.- .
the NAS Golf.Event
year at the Myrtle Avenue Last week's results: t 1.Q

ball park when the Jacksonville Pending a forced postponementIn ADDS TO LAURELS Bill NAWS 8, S-S 7} ANP( ) 7, AK f

Braves return Monday from a one- a match between Bill Scar- Scarbrough, top man on the Marines 0; Personnel 10, AO "B" -

week road stand. and Frank Heyer, .winners Jax Navy golf squad, and the 0; TraFac 8, AK "A" 0; AO "A" M r
in local 1
hottest name golfing "
Al Unser's Augusta Hams are have been crowned in all 1 l circles, has added the City 2, Marines 0; AO "B" 9, AK "A" J / ,

here for a four-game stay May flights of the 1954: Station Golf Amateur crown to his many 8; AK "A" 16, A}. "B" 4; AK ..I.-....... .7-. CH.D S i!

JO-13 with the red-hot Macon laurels. Scarbrough who au- -po
at the Naval Air Marines 15, TracFac 11 ; S-S 2, 1
Peaches due in for three games Championships thored an 11-under par to win AK Marines 0. !-r.. ': l ;:;:':'::-.-. .. -. 1.
Station. I the Brentwood event last'week, Like any other sport, golf hM :
May 1416. Also, Personnel 6, NA WS 3 i
of the station
Scarbrough is on temporary orders I Is in the finals certain rules and regulations ,
After ai' short road trek, the Orleans but is ex- links championship. He meets AO "A" 7, ANP( ) 5; AE "A" 19, .
in New which shduld be observed. Thee
grates return home to host the Frank Heyer for the crown. TraFac 1 ; AO "B" 15, AK "A"
pected back shortly to vie with rules have been made for you, the
.. j
league leading Montgomery divi- .0.- 12; AE "A" 2, Marines 0; AE"B"
Heyer for the championship others playing and the good of
Rebels May 24-26. 9, AGO 3; S-S 15, Personnel <
sion down. BRAVES CUT PRICES the course itself. i
All home contests begin at 9; AO "A" 8, Personnel 6, and

2000 with Sunday'games getting Perennial champion Harry FOR SERVICEMEN ANP) 13, TraFac 9. HULK FOUR (
Webb did it again in the first Always sign up with the starter 4
underway at 1500. Tickets are on Servicemen will be admit STANDINGSTr
Bill Lemon I 5 and fur weekend play Starting <
sale at Donaldson's Men's Store. flight, ted to all Jacksonville Braves W. L.AK"A" .
4. In the second flight Charlie School .. ..... ........ .10 1 time will be. gladly assigned you 1 1a
Wednesday will be bargain and 1, home games for the fee of 50 AO"A" School ................. 7 21 '
night with a special price of 50 Mabry edged Jack Piva, 2 cents, officials of the Jackson AE"B" School .. ........... .. 6 3 mach all three days in advance

cents for all bleacher seats. The John Vanvactor had the clincher ville Baseball Club have an- NAWSSchool; ; .::::,.::::::::::,.,. 7 8 5 3 Call the Pro !Shop extension 8107 j

grandstand tickets will sell for on the 18th for a 1-up decision AGO School ................. 5 6 and state your desired time. (
nounced. AK"A" School ...... ........ ... 3 9
75 cents. over Chuck Schroder In the Servicemen must present TraFac . ....... ...,..... 3 H Dependent are asked t. retrain I(
flight honors Personnel .................... 4 7 from startingon Saturday
Ladies will be admitted for a third flight fourth propej ID cards at the gate for I AK Marines .. .,..... ..... .... 2 11 ,
"light charge, with children being went to Bill Clampet who sub- this admission. ANP Srhool! .Of. ,.. .,... ... 2 9 before 1300 and on Sunday H'.1Ie ,
special AU""" School ..... ........ .. 2 12: .
given free passage. dued Bill Gardner, 7 and 6. Marines ,, ..,....,.,..,. 0 13 1200.J 1I
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\ Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 6 May 1954
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Merit 'AwardContinued HOT AIR
( from Page 1)) \'

RENT of fire security consciousness
2 rm. turn. apt. 528 E. 6th St
throughout the' United Stater
$8.00 week. J M. Moore, Ph. L
6-1261 Navy,"

2 bdrm. furn. apt 3233 Post St. The Commandant, ,Sixth Na-

Mrs. Farris, Ph. 2-0891. A val District, in urging that this
2 rm. furn. apt. 2615 Green St. .wry! tLt: high level program be> contin-

$40. Ph. 74548. + ued, said it was gratifying to
4. rm. furn. apt. 2636 Myia. Mrs. learn[ that the Navy is efficiently -

Cowart, Ph. 78516. utilizing to the fullest extentIts
2 bdrm. apt. 2580 Riverside Ave. limited fire protection facilities aue' kA.. ... ;H?

Cowart, 88-7904. and personnel.
Furn. apt. on NAS Bus line 2604 M ---- ..- "1 don't care how you saw the
Post. Mrs. Bray new Navy plane do m"!
3 rm. furn. apt. 112 E. Ashley Air Group 17 ,

Mrs. Stradtman, Ph. 45676. MDB\
Payments Due
(Continued from Page 1))
2 rm. furn. apt. 436 Oak
Canova, Ph. 46303. ,view the Air Group was President i iI Mutual Death Benefit Assess.

3 rm. apt. with bath, $50. Mrs. a I Magsaysay of the Philippines. JI ment No. 35 is due and payable

McDavld, Ph. 24232. ,, and his cabinet toured the Wasp before the end of working hours

3 rm. furn. apt. Murray Hill! Section QUEEN'S TOUR-The 1954 Charity'Carnival Queen, 15-year old and received a thorough Indoctri- tomorrow afternoon, May 7.
Mrs. Ballentlne, Ph. 8-1760. Blanche Dow, partakes of some Navy chow at the Malnside Mess nation in all phases of the unit. .
2 rm. furn. upper apt. 2363 Myia. Hall during' her tour of the station. Blanche will reign over the 4
Carnival proceedings May 11-15. Overheard at, a' cocktail party:
Mrs George, Ph. 74738.
After months of
nearly eight
--- -- "I feel
a lot more like I do now
Widow will share home with absence from the old USA "
"good than when I came in."
couple. 1683 Pine Grove Ave. PHONE EXCHANGE CAG-17 headed back. Disembarking ,

$45. Mi s. Van Jorgensen, Ph.. EXTENDS HOURS FORMOTHER'S from the Wasp at San Diego, -
24553. jet pilots of the CAG units flew Then there was' the guy who
2 bdrm. unfuin. house, $75. 5105 DAYTo their aircraft cross country to the stopped at the secondhand storeto

Knox Rd. Mr. Frank White, accommodate,the increasein east coast and were followed by buy one for his watch. '

Ph. 27116. long distance telephone calls larger airlifts returning all of the ---"-
5 rm. furn. 2660 Forbes St. Mrs. expected for Mother's Day on Joe
CAG-17 personnel to their families : "There's a salesman out-
Small, Ph. 77847. I (Personnel are invited to visit Sunday, May 9, the NATTCen- I and homes'ln the Jacksonville side with a girl."
3 i rm. unfurn. house, $3750. Oak- ter telephone exchange willbe
the USO Servicemen's Club at area Moo: "Tell him I'll take her."
wood Villa. Mrs Howard. Ph. open from 0830 until 2130.
37 W. Monroe St., open from .
982681. 930 to 2330 dally). Personnel are reminded that
2 bdrm. furn. home, $85. 3511 the lower, Sunday rate will be Carnival Spirit
Thursday, May 6-8.00: p. m.
Eve Drive. Mrs A. Roberts, in effect as well as the recent,
Square Dance and refreshments
Ph. 20238. ; 15% reduction made on all long (Continued from Page 1))
2 bdrm. unfurn. apt. near NAS, 9:15: p.m., Melody Ballroom, with distance telephone calls.
Chaz Harris. also will be located a "lost and
$66. Ph. 11284551.
3 rm. furn. cottage, '$30 G. Shultz, Friday, May 7-6:30: p.m. Cafe found" department with 'a loud
Air Base Trailer Park. Ph. 2- Italiano, Suaghctti Supper; 8:00: speaker to alert anxious parents. :

5410.). p.m.'Rag Hop. Oldest and Gladest AS' A CLIMAX to the two.'days u:1

3 rm. fuin. apt., $65. 3666 Hedrick. lags.Saturday. of festivity, }; 5-year-old Miss .

Mrs. C. L. Bryan, Ph. 81598. May -10:00: a.m.Open Blanche Dow will be officially
3 bdrm. furn. apt., $145. 2719 house all day; 8:00: p.m. crowned "Miss Navy Carnival" in
Riverside Ave. Mrs. Kehoe, Ph. Dance with NAS Jumpin Jacks. MAINSIDEThursday a glittering ceremony on Satur-
May 6 day evening. Miss Dow, who has
88-0786. Sunday, May 9-1000: a.m. ,' \
5 rm. furn house, 4623 Timu- Dunking Round Table-Free do- Beet Years of Our already begun her official dutiesas

quana. Miss Wise, Ph. 29664. nuts and coffee; 11:00: Off to I Lives....Fred.' March, :Myrna Loy Queen, is a Jacksonville ,girl.
( one showing at 1900)) She was selected for this titled I.k
Furn house on river near Orange church; 6:00: p.m. Vesper Service Only d
Park Bagwell, ext. 8234, or and refreshments. 8:00: p.m. Friday, May 1 post by the Navy in conjunctionwith

519. Free movies. Forty Niners ..........Wild Bill Elliot the Communtty Chest-United
3 bdrm CBH house, near NAS, Monday, May 10 7:00: p.m. Saturday, May\ 8 Fund, to represent the 42 agen-

4446 Shirley Ave Lt. Bailey, Ping Pong Instruction with Frank Them ......._............Edmund Gwen cies' affiliated with the Chest. .
Ph. 8-6371. Puskas; Roller Skating at Skate. (Science-Fiction) With confidence and experience

1 bdrm. unfuin. apt. Mrs Whit- land, seduced rates. NATTCE. TEn gained by four ,previous Carnival

tington, Ph. 2-5326. Tuesday, May \\-To .be announced Thursday, May\ 6 productions, the Navy is sparing I 7

2 rm. fuin. apt. 033',3 Rosselle. Rocket Man ............Thelma flitter neither time or effort to collect -
Mrs. Rhodes, Ph. 8-2655. Wednesday, May 12-6:30: pm. more money than ever before for "IF AT FIRST"-It Is hard to
3 rm. garage apt.,. $60. 2916 Olga Bowling Party. Friday, May 7 the Community Chest-U nit i e d believe but this beautiful
Place. S. R. Tronjo. .. Best Years of Our Fund and the Navy Relief So- blonde had to be discovered
Lives....Fred. March, Myrna Loy twice. Marian Carr had to leave
Furn. rm. 2645 Dellwood Mrs. An invitation is extended by ciety.
,(Only one showing at 1900)) Hollywood two years ago because -
Heir, Ph. 7-5168. the Somerset Hotel and Broad The Navy set a record last she could not- get good
2 rm. furn. apt. 3215 Oak St. moor Hotels at Miami Beach to Saturday, May 8 year, for the largest single con- roles. But now the curvaceous
Mrs Hauser, Ph. 88-9222. members of the Armed Forces Forty Miners .........Wild Bill Elliot tribution ever made to the Com- actress from Providence, KyH is
back with the starring femi-
2 bdrm. unfurn.. garage apt. and and their families. Rates are HOSPITAL munity Chest of Jacksonville, witha nine lead in "Ring of Fear," a
garage, $60. Mis. Jadronja, Ph. $$$1.50 per person, two a room, no Thursday, May 6 check for $44,000. Another 115- Wayne Fellow Cinemascope
28586. charge for children under 12. Fireman, Save My 000 went to the Navy Relief So- production for Warner Bros.

FOR SALE There are free movies, bingo, Child ......................Spike Jones ciety. It Is hoped that this year's

30 ft. house trailer. H. Cole, dancing, wiener roasts, swim parties Friday, May 7 event will yield as much, or more.

Trout's Trailer Park, Roosevelt ; and other activities, especially Rocket Man' ..........Thelma Ritter 4 > I
Blvd arranged fir visiting service- Saturday, May 8 "If I give you one kiss. will / ------l I
House for sale. 3244 Sunnybroolc men.Donation. Best Yearns of Our you be good?"

Ave. Mrs. Biatcher, Ph. 8-6315. 4 t Lives.?.Fred.'March, Myrna Loy "If I kiss you once, you'll know Have you ever thought about
20 ft. house trailer. 1[. Cole, at I'm "
Quota (Only one showing 1900)) good. the great education it Is possible
Trout's Trailer Park, Roosevelt -
aw for a service man or woman to
, Blvd (Continued from Page 1)) T get for nothing? -
3 bdrm. frame house. Buy equity, '
portion' to personnel strength. :, '
t <: Correspondence courses are
: :
$52 mo. 4633 Palmer Ave. Mrs. : : : ,
Speei'; Ph. 27826. Donations are made through the ,:' : ; available in ust about all Navy
: ">
3 rm. fuin. cottage opposite NAS. purchase of fifty cent donation i and civilian subjects. The Navy

$300 cash or terms.. G. Schultz, ticket has many schools for capable
Air Bas Trailer Park. Ph. Pushing NAS Jax for top spotin personnel. The Navy's big job
25410.[ the quota race is the Naval now is to train personnel; and it .
MISCELLANEOUS Hospital. NAS Jax has reached J is doing the job well.
20.4% of its goal, while the Hospital :
This means that for
LOST: Ronson lighter, name engraved every man
on back. Nelson, Jax has 20%. NARTU has \, and woman in the Naval establishment -
Air News, ext. 216. reached 52) %, while NAS Cecil the chances 'for education
Field and Fleet Air Detachment
Ride wanted from Laura and at the Navy's expense are
at Cecil have combined for a 9.1' great. The Navy offers to
Beaver. Mrs Eby, ext. 8523. every.
Riders wanted from College and percentage. w one the chance to learn what

Stockton. Mrs. Hare, ext. 8244 Within the NAS command' the Ii1fhjt must be known for advancement

FOUND: Class ring, initials T. F percentage of quotas met throughMond'ay USAFI offers the chance to con
C. Owner Call Ramsey, Bks had Operations department tinue your civilian education.
"G." 41.7% of its quota; Admin The Navy offers you an excellentfree

Riders wanted to Tulsa, Okla. or Istration had 29.4%; Supply department education, but what you do
vicinity. Leaving about June 10. 244%; 0 & R, 18.1%; about it is up to you.

Ph. ext. 216 or 8164. Public: Works, 6.0'% and others, For full information about

Driver to take car to Port, NYC'I 22%. GC AWARDS-At merltorlus mast, Comdr. Wilson Bartlett, these opportunities, and for an-
H. J, Watson, ext. 552) or 554) Personnel are reminded that (left) executive officer of NATTCenter, awards Good Conduct swers to educational questionsyou
Would like to join riders pool there 'is still time to put their Medals to the following: (left to right) Roy Christian, AKC; Cy- may have, come up to theI
2102 Allandale Circle East. Ext. unit over the top in this donation rus Roton, AE2; Eugene Brown, YNSN; Robert Meyer, YN2; & E Office, building 955, and
Lesley Jackson, AE2; Donald Mclntyre, AEC and Julian P. Hunt,
213, Hines. drive. AO1. inquire.