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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 31, 1952
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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t\ from all commands in the Jacksonville Navy area have already

registered for the off-campus college credit coursesto

$ ns be held here at the Naval Air Station. Classes will commence -

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LATEST TYPE NEPTUNE-First of the Navy's new P2V.5 Neptune to.be --I to day be for conducted enrollment by in the the General classes vided Center.by Instructors University will of be Florida pro- ,j!

I in the Atlantic Fleet is shown above tied down on the ramp near Patrol Squadron Three's Extension Division of Florida Florida State University. rand
1 The planes made their first appearances here last week at VP3. and sponsored by the Information q
t Enrollment may increase some"j+
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what ,when late registrants will .
Latest Type P2V i be accepted Feb. 6 at Building 'j
501 at NATTCenter. "
Most popular choice among the
Finds Haven At courses to be offered was Per ..'
sonnel Management which at :
tracted a total of 26 people.
Patrol Squadron 3 i 1 Freshman English and Educational
Psychology were next in pop- !
ularity with 23 and 18 registrantsrespectively
Newest model of the Navy's 'j)
long range Neptune P2V pa- *

I trol bomber in made the it's Atlantic initial VOL-9 No. 42 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 31 Jan. 1952 OTHER COURSES in the orig
: appearance inal curriculum include mechanical -
Fleet last week when VP-3 drawing, basic English, basic
I here welcomed aboard threeP2V5's. mathematics
speech and U. S.
History. It is pointed out that
Comdr. Louis E. DeCamp, Capt. Hopkins Returns As these classes will be conducted
/ commanding officer of VP-3 only if enough personnel are en-
was on hand to witness the arrival roled in each class. ,
of the first plane after Students were notified Monday r
working hours on Friday. The ComFairJax Chief-of-Staff that classes would begin the
craft was piloted by Lcdr. Jo- week of Feb. 11. Various classes
seph D. Watson and Lcdr. will be held on different nights :
Thomas II. York. After five years absence with the starting time for all 1
The new model of the Nep- from NAS Jax Capt HowardV. r: ---'" '1r classes set at 1900. Definite day
,
tune differs from earlier. for each class has not as yet been
models in that it has a nose tur- Hopkins returned last established. Each subject will be
ret armed with cannon instead week and assumed duties of I. taught one night a week in a twe
a .. of machine guns and has two Chief of Staff and Aide to I.I and one-half hour class.
.
"center-mounted" wing-tip fuel / .
Commander Fleet Air Jack-
tanks. sonville. In 1916-47he was I EACH enrollee has been given
Primarily a sub-killer prepared of I Y aaw a card on which is listed the dat
-.L to detect its underwater commanding officer NAT- LYYr of the first meeting of each class.

target by radar and then des- TC.Captain A Personnel who failed to register ,
troy it, the P2V-5 is equippedwith Hopkins was assignedto + Monday still have a chance to
substantial electronic apparatus Bureau of Naval Operations in enter on Feb. 6 at Building 501
Washington, D. C. before re- between hours ot 1600 to 1730
Plane captain Hazen L. lieving Comdr. Robert G. Dose, and 1830 to 2000. It is stressed
Adams, ADI, James S. Moore, acting Chief of Staff. Comdr. zft by John E. Miklos, assistant pro- .
AT2, John F. Sabola. ALAN, Dose replaced Capt. Allen Smith fessor of the General Extension
and John J. Ricker, A02, com- Jr. who departed last week to as- Division of Florida that this will
prised the crew helping to ferry sume command of the carrier be the final date of registration
the first plane here. USS Philippine Sea. and that complete tuition costs
Active in Naval aviation over for all students will be due at'
o-
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26 years, the new Chief of Staff Capt. Hopkins this time.

Only One Day Left _. r a was designated as a Naval. avia- Tuition for each subject is $16.
.. ,
I ""'" :"' tor at Pensacola in 1926 and manded the carrier USS Marcus The
For Income Tax Aid \ GLYNCO GIVES-Prior to graduated with the Naval Academy Island which participated in the three-quarters government of the will expense defray of
donating blood at the NAS class'of 1924. invasion of Okinawa and prior to for
one subject
Only day is left to get 14 his duties in servedas military personnel -
one Blood Center, Charles Woody, Fighter Squadron currently Washington if the subject chosen will fur-
help from Donald K. Jelks of SN, from Glynco, Ga. Naval based at NAS Jam formerly skipper of the carrier USS ther the knowledge of the
the Office of the Collector of Internal I Air Facility, has his blood pressure known as the "High, Hat" squadron Saipan. in his own field. Civilians enroll.man.
Revenue in preparing in- Dive Bomber II
taken by Ensign Mary SquadronFour ing are civil service employees.
come tax returns. Brewin. Woody and 20 other was under Hopkin com .
Jelks who has been aboardthe men from Glynco made the trip mand while operating from the Weather OutlookSorry THE EXTENSION courses were
station since Jan. 29, is hereto here last Thursday to do their carrier USS Ranger. I started: here at NATTCenter last
assist all personnel with part in the blood drive. During World War II he com- but no rain Saturday year. Lt. Max Hanke, Information
their income tax problems. He morning, according to NAS Aer and Education officer in
is located in Building 39 ology office: commenting the coming
upon
.t. across the hall from the Red First Hand Trials Friday Partly cloudy with study classes, declared "The de-
Cross office -and will be on mild winds from southeast to mand was shown 'for college
duty tomorrow from 0900 until south courses that would be of assistance -
1600, his last day. Saturday Increasing cloudiness
Jet Ejection Seat Trainer to instructors here at NAT
..+ I and warm. Southwest winds. TCenter. After a conference with
... I Sunday Cloudy:: and mild with
94 Try For southwest winds. (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 3))
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Rate Of CPO Offers Realistic Bail-Out I + ,".

Ninety-four enlisted person- /tM
nel attached to NAS Jackson No longer will pilots of jet aircraft in this area have to depend ; i
ville took the Pay Grade E-7 on theoretrical knowledge of the operation of their ejection seats. .
I examination Tuesday Jan. 29 A)jet ejection trainer one of the first ever built, is now being installed ,

in accordance with Personnel here, _. _
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Officer's Memorandum No. 8- Expected to begin operations : j
1 around the first of February the ence from the real thing is the ,
52.The CPO's trainer will be used to familiarize gravity pull developed. When t
prospective assembled .
I in Building 531, NAT- jet pilots of Filet Units in the using the standard: catapult and '
.
TC, to participate in the annual I Jacksonville area with the mechanical I cartridge in aircraft a force of .
struggle for their claim to fame techniques of bailing-
the seat. about 18 G's is created. In the
out via ejection
among the enlisted ranks.What's 1 trainer with modified cartridgeand .::
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J Manned by a specially trained '
shortened catapult the forceis
crew from Fasron Six, the train ,u. .
only 8 G's. Shortening the cat- : .
Inside! ,. ,
ing device will be located at the 1!tI!
.
apult results in reducing the travel ,
Inside Public Works ..Page 8 east 168.end ground training, Build- of the seat to about 1/4 of the

Mr. Photogenic .?.Page 8 ing standard seat.. .

Movies _.-- .. __.. .Page 2 It is expected that about 20 One of the principle reasons
.' NSLI Data ....- __...Page 2 pilots a day will be given instruction the trainer was developed was because -
.. in the of the seat. Firstflyers
Use
.. O & R Notes .- .4.--..Page 2 to be checked out will be past experiences have indicated -

Postal Directory ''-'' On ...Page 3 members of jet squadrons but aft :been reluctant that many to pilots their ejection have.
use
Scouting Squadrons ......Page 4 er they have been indoctrinated it seats under' emergency con- r

,,', Sports ..n..... .._..,......'....Pages 6.7 is planned to make the procedurepart jitions.:
of all pilot's training.
'-' Station Dialogue ::.._Page 3 Use of the trainer will demon ,
t. Supply Sidelights .......Page 8 The a duplication trainer will of offer actual as conditions realistic itrate to pilots the effectiveness S -M 1 Si J

Tooth Transplanting ..__Page 4 of a'ejection seat bail-out as jf this method of leaving their
.
aircraft i when an
Washington Report .--.-Page 2 possible. Most apparent differ- irises, authorities feel.emergency

ne It T SI0,000 Saved With Grommets: \ejection Since the seat inception in aircraft of the only jet

* A :thirteen: Navy pilots have usedit 11
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*(- It may seem of small moment sons. When time lor recheckcame in actual bail-out circum- + er .
recently, it was decided stances. All thirteen aviators eschped r 4
r but by using a little ingenuity up
--r A'. to utilize the old badges, their aircraft safely via a
the Navy has saved the seat.
bringing them up to date by
the taxpayers up to $10,000 in 'stapling a gromet through the .

f a matter of identification upper section. The unit to be used at NAS is ." ,....." "" "'" T -.......--
'' badges in use at NAS Jax. By this means considerable one of twelve such trainers being
These badges, embellishedwith savings were made in eliminating built for the Navy by DuPont All JET EJECTION SEAT-A pilot makes a test run In the ejection
photographs of the wear the cost of new badges American Airways. The local seat trainer soon to be in operation here. One of the first evefbuilt ,..,
er, are usually reissued at reg- and the retaking of thousandsof jection seat was the first of its I it will allow pilots. to experience realistic ball-out circuon ":
ular intervals for security rea- photographs. (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4)) stances. .
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eJa>>( ,: T Report Many'Service From Washington.Bills Await' Action '


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Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air
Station, Jacksonville Fla.

Caot. Douglas T. Day NAS, Jacksonville Commanding Officer Navy To Sponsor Course In Weapons, IsotopesBy

Comdr. James H. Armstrong Executive Officer ( Armed Forces Press Service) The Navy will sponsor a course in the Medical i
Lt. Gordon D. Walker Public Information Officer Aspects of Special Weapons and Radioactive -
Fleet Air Jacksonville The new congressional session has many Isotopes. The course will run from Feb. ."

Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison_____ ...CommanderFleet bills affecting Servicemen. Among, the bills 11 to 16. It is the second course of its type
Air Wing Eleven recently introduced are: given in fiscal ;year 1952.

Capt. Jesse S. McClure .............._-..--.L..L..,.._?, _._._..__ Commander 1. A bill extending educational benefitsof .
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer the Serviceman's Readjustment Act of 1944 One hundred and three of the Air Force's
Naval Air Technical to personnel of the Armed Forces who servedon top officers are attending the four week course

Capt. Lester K. Rice _____Training.............,.Center Commanding Officer or after June 27, 1950. given at George Washington University's new

Comdr. Richard S. Stuart............ .............._...__...Executive Officer 2. A bill amending the UMTS Act of 1951 USAF Manpower and Management School.
to provide that certain members of the Na- The course is designed to give officers a broad
Naval Hospital tional Guard and other reserve componentswho picture of the techniques used in dealing with ,, "
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer served during WWII be released from human resources. Of the more than 100) stu-
Capt. Guy: E. Stahr Executive Officer active duty after 17 months duty. dents two are brigadier generals, 45 colonels
NARTU and 56 lieutenant
Capt. Easton B. Noble.._ .Commanding Of leer 3. A bill providing pensions for widows colonels.* *
and children of deceased veterans of WWII
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer
The Signal Corps has announced that it has
or veterans of service on or after June 27, ...
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone. extensions 1950 on the same basis as widows and chil- a group of Maintenance Advisory Teams cur
rently touring its field installations. The
teams
8184 and 216. dren of WWI veterans.
are made up of qualified civilians who advise
Editor-Andrew H. Planey 4. A bill providing for administration and soldiers on the methods of field maintenanceand
Staff Members: Marian Sprenger, J03; Miry Bixones, JOSN; discipline of the National Security and Train- related subjects.
Dave Devroy, SN. ing Corps. C *

mt JAX AIR NEWS U published ferry at the U. S. Nepal Air Station 5. A bill giving winners of the Congres Brig. Gen. Edward II. White, Chief, Army
Jacksonville Florida I and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund sional Medal of Honor their life- and Air Force
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-33, Rev. or survivors a Exchange Service, has an.
Nov. 194:). Coplea are distributed free ct charge at the Naval Air /Station, the time pension of $100 per month. nounced that exchange officers are being encouraged -
Naval Air Reserve Training. Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field tad 6. A bill providing for maternity and infant to accept invitations to join local and
the U. S. Naval Hospital.The
JAR AIR NEWS If a member or me Armed Forces Press Service. care and hospital care for dependents of en- civic community organizations. The move is
AFPS material appearing in this publication may not be rf'prlnt.eJ.thout listed personnel of the Armed Forces. designed to promote better understanding between
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other exchange officers and civilian leaders.
matter, by tervlc ia without permission of .
except publication pichlblted *
Kdltor: JAX AIR NEWS. 1 Because of the increased use of telecommunications ., ,.
the Army, through Circular 1, 1952, USO is planning to put more shows on the
NSLI Dividend Data has asked that the"volume and verbosity of road during 1952 than at any time since WWII.
electrically transmitted messages be reduced.It More than 80 troupes, some of which will in.
urges increased use of the mails and pointsout elude the entertainment world's biggest stars,
3 Methods of SettlementOf that the use\: of telecommunications have are scheduled to perform before Servicementhis
exceeded the WWII peak. year. Troupes will be sent to units
throughout the world.

NSLI Regular DividendsThe A new change in WAC uniform regulationsnow *
makes it possible for accessory items of The incorporation of atomic warfare instruction
first regular dividend on olive drab and russet to be worn with the into all phases of Army training has been
National Service Life Insurance in writing on or prior to the date new taupe uniform. Previous regulations had ordered by the Chief of Army Field Forces
covers the period from the anniversary 'I the dividend is payable that the not allowed a mixture of colors. The accessories Gen. Mark Clark. Atomic warfare subjects <#
date in 1951 to the anniversary dividends to be applied only to include anklets, handbags, gloves and have been integrated with .standard training
date in 1952 and is pay the account on which the divi- shoes; programs and staff functions.
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able on all policies that were in'' dend was earned. k
a premium paying status for I e .4
three months or more during the Where an insured has no insur- } ;

policy year, according to the Veterans ance in force any dividend becoming ,"

Administraion. I payable on a lapsed or ex- I" MOVIES
This dividend is in addition to pired policy will be paid in cash. ;
dividends : Those who ,. '> -
the two previous special persons normally ., q.
payable in 1948 and 1951. receive premium notices addressed .
There are three methods of set by Veterans Administration MAINSIDE 4-

tlement available as set forth below I addressograph premium plate Thursday January 31
and unless the insured files I files will shortly receive a VA "Badman's Gold" _.._ _
with the Veterans Administration Form 9-432 which may be sign -_ Johnny Carpenter
a written request as to disposition ed by the insured and returnedto Friday February 1

on or before the last day the Veterans Administration as 4 4 "Shadow In The Sky" _" ___' _
wf the policy year then the Vet the election of Method 1, Pay .. ._.. .. .._ Ralph Meeker
erans Administration will, urtder ment in Cash. Persons receiving I Saturday, February 2 .
the provisions of Public Law 36. the VA Form 9-432 who do not I "The Family Secret" .___...__. ._ 1 .
82nd Congress, apply the dividend wish payment in cash may use a j ___n._ .____ ...John Derek

as of the anniversary date letter over their own signature I Vvtr' Sunday, February 3
in' payment of premiums in advance clearly stating which payment "Bend Of The River" _

on the policy or policies of method they desire. !. .... ._' ....n.n.James Stewart
>the insured. (This is the methodof Monday, February 4
settlement set forth as Method Persons not receiving VA Form "A Girl In Every Port', ..__.._ .

3 below). 9-432 (this includes persons in active .- ..-.--.. .....Marie Wilson
service) should file with the Tues. & Wed., Feb. 5-6
in cash. Veterans Administration letter RECALL VISITS-Dou&las L. Andrus AA, points out Copenha&eo "A Streetcar Named Desire" __
Method Payment a
Method Z-On permanent plans over their own signature describ- Denmark on the map to Don W Close, AA, as they discuss __.__..._.__....___.Vivian Leigh .
countries both traveled before joining the Navy last year. Both
ing the method of de- NATTCENTER A ,
,
only-Deposit at interest the ag- payment School h
Airman
NATTCenter
men, now students at Preparatory at ,
sired. VA Form 9-432 letter Thursday January 31
be included in the calculation or ,
to -
gregate
did church mission work for 32 months in Sweden and Denmark
over the insured's signature "Phone Call From A Stranger" ,
of cash value at time of
lapse. (When this method selected should be forwarded to the Vet- They remet here at the Training Center. _--... ____ _. ..Gary Merrill

the funds in deposit will erans Administration District Of- Much Worldvoices Friday, February 1
Of
not be used by the Veterans Administration fice (Central Office for active ser- Have Already Seen "The Family Secret" __. .

automatically a spremiums vice personnel) having custody I --_ ____...
to lapse). of the insured's record. Saturday, February
prevent Join
Utah
Two Former Disciples
Method 3 Application as of The method of payment selected "Shadow In The Sky".Ralph.
in by the insured for n'_.
date the 1952
the anniversary paymentof
in advance. regular dividend will be used and Sunday, February
Dividends premiums disposed of under the Veterans Administration by In Fight For Peace DemocracyAfter "Harem Girl" ....._ -...__..

will in the method of settlement as ....._.._.... ..__..
Method 3 be applied pay- for fu- -
32 months
ment of premiums due and un- ture regular dividends unless the abroad with spending aged 19, and Doug, 20, were Mon. & Tues., Feb.
a common ,
purpose "Bend Of The River" ....
paid on any policy of the insured insured subsequently files a two students at the Airman recommended for mission work
___ __ ... James
after the dividend becomes payable change of method desired in writ Preparatory School, NATT- by their bishop of Church of '"
unless the insured requests ing to the Veterans Administration. Jesus Christ of Latter Wednesday,
Center, find themselves once Day "A Girl In Every Port"

For further again working together toward Saints. se* .......... nm ..Marie

NSLI Dividend subject visit your information nearest VA on this of- a mutual goal. Training completed they sail- HOSPITAL ...
W.
Donald
fice. Several years ago ed from New York bound for Thursday, January

Will $60 -4.SCommissioii Close, AA, and Douglas L. Andrews Gotevnburg, Sweden, but were I "The Lone Star" ___.._.... .
Average AA, went to Scandinavia subsequently separated in ..._.._....
USS K-3 as disciples of the Mormon religion -
Stockholm. Each was assignedto Friday February
V.'ashingon( (AFPS) About both
and now are engaged
five million holders of National The USS K-3 third killer-sub a man who could help them "Treasure Of Lost ;
in the business of preserving
master the languages and cus- .. .. ...William
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Service Life Insurance will beeligible to join the Fleet, was commis- democracy arid peace as memo
toms of the people. Sat. & Sun., Feb. %
for the $200,000,000 ini- sioned recently at Mare Island bers of the U. S. Navy. "Phone Call From A
Close stayed in Sweden do-
tial regular by dividend the Veterans recently Admin announced Shipyard, Vallejo, Calif. The K-3 These two Mormon lads met ing mission work In Stockholm, __....____.Gary--------C-
in Salt Lake City four : ..
istration. has been assigned to the Subma- years Malmo and Kiruva, while An- Monday, February
inMarch ago where they were taking a drews went to Denmark and "Harem Girl" .. .. _.......__. ...
The payments starting rine Forces, U S. Pacific Fleet, short preliminary course priorto ,. __.w..J
was based around Copenhagen. -'"--'' '''
will $60 for the
majority: of veteran average and Servicemen and will operate out of Pearl going abroad in the name of He also worked on the main Tuesday, February
dividend Harbor. the Mormon Church. Don, then islands of Denmark in the "Shadow In The Sky"
holders. The
policy towns of Odesse __..____..__Ralph
Nyborg and
gill cover a 12-month period.To ,
be eligible, the policy holder USO Birthday Party SundayOpen I the islands, of Bornholm andElsnor "Bend Wednesday Of The River"James, .... -

must have paid premiums on the .. .. .
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-
policy for any three or more house and a formal will give a half hour -
months before the 1951 and 1952 birthday ball Sunday are plan- concert. At 1700 Chaplain S. Both men commented on the Army -
..anniversary\: dates of the policy ned at the Jax chapter of the Kenneth Johnson of ComFair- warm reception accorded them
The fi' has planned to forward USO to commemorate the llth Jax will conduct vesper serv- in Scandinavia. Doug said, "By Re-enlistments in the
special forms which will give a anniversary of the opening of preaching the principles of our Army took an upward
policy holder the choice of receiving USOs throughout the country. ices.At gospel and bettering the relations Aberdeen Proving
2000 the formal birthday
cash or putting the dividend Feb. 4th is the actual birth- of our church with these last month when 70.1 ,1
ball which is the of
highlight people, we all gained better
up as a deposit at three day, but local celebrations are the celebration, will begin. all eligible soldiers signed
understanding of each other.
percent interest. The dividend being held Sunday to give more Music will be furnished by the additional tours of duty.
After 32
spending months in
may also be used as an advance servicemen the opportunity to NATTC Orchestra. Dancingwill 5.5
payment on premiums falling due participate.During the Scandinavian countries,
2400.A .
after the.1952 anniversary date of the regular coffee secure at both men were transferred backto (P) School at the

the policy.Previously. hour which gets underway at cordial invitation has been the States. They didn't see their paths will once
the VA has paid 1600 Sunday, a huge birthday extended to all servicemen and each other again' until they part, for a while at
two special dividends on National cake will be cut. Immediately women in the area to join in met in boot camp in San Diego is trying for AT School while 1,
Service Life Insurance. one In following, the Gulf Life Cho- the festivities this weekend at On completion of basic training Don has aspirations for AG

1948 and the second last year. rus, consisting. 40 female the USO. they were sent to the AN School.

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,, 31 January 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


50,000 Cards On File
Station New 'Gnnfla Dint8Ulllies

Drinking a s a 1 1fr Postal Directory Can Be Termed


Dialogue Wafer On The Spot'


(."Station Dialogue" provides I "Gunga Din" has joined the Modern 'KeeperoftheNames'What's
Navy. But he's no longer the
opportunity for military and
I. an behind a ? Pick phone dial extension 773,
civilian of NAS strange little man with a skin name up your ,
voice their personnel opinion on a questionput to bag of water on his back. He's and the Navy Postal Directory here will give you everything behinda

to them by a Jax Air News a ship. name except the voice.
reporter). That's what they call the Located in Building 920 (Post
Naval Air Station, Cecil Field
USS Pasig of the Military Sea
Office), the Postal Directory, the Mayport, and Green Cove
Today's question is: "What are I Transport Service now churn modern "keeper of the names," Springs.
your views of Universal Military ing its way up and down the is the most extensive directory *

Training; Do you think it shouldbe coast of Korea. It's a ship service at the Naval Air Station. There are approximately 50,000

a temporary emergency measure equipped with a triple unit During the day the magic number cards in these files. Four men
distilling which in
or a permanent measure?" plant draws 778 will get you the nameyou're handle all the work in maintaining
5,000 gallons of the salty Pacific r seeking. Number "778" is
.J' such a book of knowledge. A
Fred .D. Hilgemann, A A, Commumcationg every hour and turns it into one of the busiest phones on the single card provides an individuals
fresh drinking water.In .
ue pi. {Post VInce;: station. name, service number, rate
the hole of the Pasig 'are
"I think it storage tanks containing almost "Wi The Directory files contain the the activity to which he is assigned

would benefit 3,000,000 gallons of water ready names of all personnel aboard, attached date assigned, or date of

.a .. anyone's boysto for instant use. Whether it be to, and, or, TAD to, the transfer and place transferred; or
if discharged, date of dischargeand
experience a for some thirsty soldiers on a
home address.
barren beachhead ship
or a
year or two of whose own distilling plant has .', .:, These cards are kept for six:
I
military training given out, the Pasig, like old ; "'. '+: '?. .' months after date of discharge,
but I don'tgo I Gunga, comes to the rescue '. :;'; before they are discarded.

( along with (AFPS). .,. .': >. .
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proposed I '> Observing the work of the Directory -
Hilgeman period of reserve '. .'. unit would prove that
status. It's too long. Seemsto 140 Ships .;: > humor comes in names of all de-
me that young people have ,:.
enough trouble trying to stay at ., .",$ difficult we do immediately, the
home.. Now Under'Construction ,
: ': impossible takes a little more
"
time, seems to be appropriate.For .
'. Betty Zak, employee, Industrial example, not long ago, the

Relations Dept..: __ .. name Emile EK, Lt. (jg) seemed
"I believe it uuu to be a "name without a man"

should b e a Washington (AFPS n-The Navy because contrary to first reaction
I today has more than 140 new it does not read as Lt (jg) E. K.
permanent policy
ships under construction, includ Emile, but in truth the man's
of the U. S. ing the world's largest aircraft name is Lt. (jg) Emile EK.

Training i of carrier, the USS Forrestal. A second file, which requires

that sort makes. This announcement was mad F i' constant attention, is the Residue
men out of recently by Secretary of the File. The majority of this mail
boys, even at I Navy Dan A. Kimball. lie reported waits for personnel reporting

''' 18 years ot -*-..wx,,*,- that 500 ships have joined the aloard the station, whose names
age." Z* active fleet since Navy expansion have not been submitted to the
in June 1950. By mid-1952, foul Directory File.

'I Gene Sellars, SKSA, Small battleships, 12 carriers, six cruis .
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>. -L Stores: marines ers, 25 modern 100 combat-type sub s SEEKING A NAME?-If you're ever in a dither about locating: The Residue File is checked ev-
and destroyer type:
- "It's_ either_qnn will also be added.If anybody at NAS, just call the magic number of 778, and if he is er five days and kept for 15 days

the UMT or world conditions continue a;s I here, the Postal Directory will have him on file. George Kinard, before returning to sender.'But, a

the draft, from they are, he said, the Navy will l TEM1, (top) checks: the residue file, a part of the Postal Directory proposed ruling to be in effect
the looks of seek appropriations to build t used for holding mail addressed to personnel enroute to this soon, will introduce a card formto
aj
III least one carrier of the Forrestal 1 l station. A few of the 50,000 cards on file in the Postal Directory be mailed from the individualto
things to come, class a year for the next 10 years are put to use by Edward Wagner AN, (bottom) one of the four the Postal Directory, indicating
I would choose, The Forrestal is listed as 55,000 men who maintain these files in the NAS Post Office. where his mail is to be sent.

if I had chil- In the future, if the Directory

f i oren'---, a- trilln.--,- tons.Two new hunter-killer destroy. FIRST FLIGHT Dependents WarnedTo does not receive this card form
"
Sellars; : iS period for ers were launched this month,, Use Precaution from the individual, mail will be
and two more will slide down the held for an extended period of
them, in preference to actual ser SURGEON FOR 120 days until returned to sender.
vice life. ways in the spring. The vessels,, Regarding Checks ,
I weighing in excess of 3,500 tons,. I I .
named for admirals Marc Denver Colo. (AFPS)
were -
Josephine M. PNSN
1 Personnel Skipper, Mitscher, John S. McCain, Theo FASRON 109 SAF Finance Center officials NIIRTUNOTES

.. : dore Wilkinson and Willis A. Lee,, have listed several precautions
_
.".. : : '-"
surethat "' ':'
distinguished naval leaders in First flight surgeon to be per dependents receiving allot
Universal WWII. manently attached to Fasron ment checks should observe to

Military Train. I 109, Lt. (jg) Martin G. WebbJr. eliminate loss by theft and for-

ing would be Traffic ViolationsListed ., has reported aboard for gery.
good for our duty. The Center, which celebrated Wing Staff 74
below are the trafficcourt After reporting in Lt (jg) Its first birthday this month, Lcdr. Junius E. Dovell has just
bays, but 18 awarded at this mailed the "The of Flori
penalties Webb, who is a ten-months recently 3,500,000th completed History
years old is too station for traffic violations committed veteran of Korean service, was allotment check since opera- da" in two volumes. It's being
young for them for the period Jan. 17 tc informed he completes the complement tions began here last July. published by the Lewis Publish.
A. to retain thefull j jI Jan. 24. of New York. These
L of Fasron 109 and that Dependents are cautioned to ing Company
values ofSkipper Miscellaneous Offenses: R. C squadron now has at least one take the following preventive books we have to read, knowing
fered "through the proposed pro Lewis, AD3-Faulty equipment; man for each billet authorized. measures to avoid losses: Junius Dovell as we do, it wouldn.

gram. restriction of car until repaired. ., be surprising to see anything
1. Whenever a check is due,
I- M. Poarch, SH3 Improperparking "r' t" between the cloth-clad cardboardof
-' Jim Perkins, Mgr Cobbler some member of the family
; 5 days loss of driving the History of Florida.
Shop, NAS: 3. io should be home to receive it.
S '
__--__? "I say per privilege.P. Adent-Involved in accident d XK 2. A lock-type mailbox is a Just imagine the "0' Club at
good investment. the time of the Spaniards. In all
manent since i : restriction of car pending 3. Checks should be indorsedin seriousness Dovell has spent a

it looks like further investigation.Lost the presence of the cashier. lot of time and study over a per-
we're going to Station Tag: G. R. Burch, 4. To make identification easier iod of two years in preparing the

need such a ADC, 5 days loss of driving priv cash the check at the same two volumes. They should be ,interesting

measure any- ilege.G. place each month. for those who want ..to
way. The only Steedley, Cpl.; 2 days loss of 5. Prompt notification of know something of Florida'spast.
suggestion for driving privilege.
i imp rovement J proper authorities should be .
made when addresses Roderick R. Technical .
Lt. Dugger
,. or namesof ,
at this tune
Medics :Meet
-' -
dependents change. When Training Officer, made a request -
Perkins that I have to
sending change of address dependents of the Department for Ac-
offer concerns the UMT's Physical The panel on Aviation Medicine

X
requirements. I think they Committee on Medical Sciences must give old and tive Duty. It was accepted. Dug.
locations. made his last drill in January
should cut down such high stand of the Research and Devel- new ger
opment Board recently held a -6. The full name and service and will be missed by the
ards, because after all, our country
needs sound minds as much meeting at the Naval School of s i t number of the Servicemanwho Wing Staff, but the Naval Intelligence .
as sound bodies." Aviation Medicine, Naval Air made the allotment must School in Washington
Station, Pensacola Fla. be included by dependentswhen should have: a good man.

corresponding with the Two Wing Staff have just
Theodore Borton, Station Police so we'll probably use UMT. As to "' N _M.",,, _._..,<0< ,,_v. ,. " : the qualifications I think the ,
age
Class, namely Lieutenants EarlE.
"Without Lt. (0 js) Webb.
sooner the better, or around 17
Champagne-Cider with needlesin Vickery and Jack R. Herndon
strength: w ev years. If a man is taught his Though primarily responsible It Cocktails-Sips that pas by consent of the Bureau.They've

.9 cannot keep prayers as a child, he'll never for determining periodically sion the night Ice-Water jumped to another pay grade.and
-... our place forget them.". the physical flight status of scared stiff Vodka-Frustrated are ranked Lieutenant Commander.
among the the Fasron 109 pilots and crew- varnish. .
world's nations Lt. George S. Holton, Personnel members Lt. (jg) Webb will
and although Idon't Officer, NAS: also work in conjunction with
How To Act, Wftcn llomcl
have children "l m In lavor the NAS infirmary and has his .
d I believe F
office there.
of it. The security
that a. certain ': Lt. (jg) Webb entered the Many Servicemen now in open field. The natives will
amount .of me Morton of the nation Navy after attending Ursinus Korea soon will be returning hurl catcalls and gibes at you

UMT's program would be excellent is an all College for two and one half home. Others have already until you've given some explanation -

for our boys. It can be dangerous hands: job, and years under the V-12 programand come back to the strange landof (suggested: you've
if over done, as" we all no'man has the later finished his studiesat America. For all of these lost a $100( () bill; they'11-loin MI

know only to well the grim" stories to sit Temple University in 1948. returnees, AFPS has compiledthe while you escape).
of Germany's children. right Her served his internship with following warnings: 4-Try to avoid the usual

-...tea, _...... hark -and--- enjoy the Navy at St. Albans, N. Y. 1-Don't use a grenade to procedure of dumping your
"l. Lt. John J. Queeney; Permanent Holton the Privilegesof Instruction at the school of open doors. The natives have entire meal in one pile. Sep

OOD. NAS: without contributing aviation medicine at Pensacolacame developed a primitive but effective arate the ice cream, brussels

mHwnH&zrszam "First- n_. nf -all.--. something freedom of his own sacrifices.As next before Lt. (jg) gadget called a knob sprouts, meat loaf and jelly on

I object, as it to the length of training time, Webb was transferred to El for that purpose. I the plate. The natives do it and.
Toro Calif. From El Toro he 2-Don't tell native girls like it.
leads to dicta of ,
I think that minimum
I But a one made the trip to Korea with your thoughts in pidgin Eng 5-Don't put on a coat and
1I torship. year at 18 years old, should be VMFN-513, which began opera lish. American education systems take a flashlight when you
1 : we need train sufficient. However, should the tions in the area around Pusan. have taught them to understand have to go to the latrine. Native .
ed personnel to pending decision fall somewherenear After returning to El Toro your language with. huts are equipped with

cover strategic six; months, or less than a and serving with VMR-352 fora out use of ordinary expressions separate rooms for that pur

... .... I points over the year, then I couldn't go along short time Lt. (jg) Webb received you've learned in service. pose. They are furnished with
t. .. *..t.world- in order with Universal Military. Train- his orders to report to 3-Don't crawl on your sinks and towel racks. -...
Queeney to prevent war, I Ing." Jacksonville. stomach when crossing an (AFPS).




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VP-3, Fasron 9, VF-13/ VP-741, VC-62 VP-5 Report Y



I. Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons 5'5- g Vi




VP-S For his courage and devotion to While a member of Jackson
Highlighting conversation duty in helping prevent the sink ville's Air Groups he participatedin J
around Hangar 140 last week has ing of the USS Valcour when she two Med. cruises, a North At-
been talk of the squadron's new collided with the USS Tracy, con- lantic and numerous Gitmo and
babies, five P2V-5's, Lockheed's gratulations go to Chief DelbertJ. Caribbean cruises.
recent contribution to the Nep- Carroll, Chief master-at-arms, .'

tune family.On on his commendation recently re- VP741Congratulations
hand for three days was a ceived from Vice Admiral JohnJ. are in order for
quartet of Lockheed representatives Ballentme. This commendation the following named men who re-
giving indoctrination train- will be presented at the next per cently advanced to pay grade E-3.
ing to crew numbers and work- sonnel inspection. Those climbing the ladder from
ing personnel on the 5's. I AA to AN are: Albert A. Brown ,. ....

The was headed by Man- Due to the many accidents last Alvin W. Anderson Howard N
uel Neilson group, flight engineer and year and to the rapid advancement Salaway, Robert F, Bullock, Rob
of aviation all aircraft ert F. H. Fields
new ,
Bud Martin Lockheed
test pilot,
wno came down from Quonset demand that plane captains must.' Robert J. McCormick, John W,
Point. were assisted by be qualified. Being a specialist Rockenback, Charles S. Rutherford -
Frank Damiano They and Albert Meek, more than anything else, the Charles R. Jones Robert L.
both permanently attached to plane captain must have the DiPasquale, Thomas B. Lenahan,
knowledge of the Lawrence E. and
NAS Jax as plant representatives. many switchesfor Egbert, Charles'
Damiano and Meek are sched- new gadgets which must be D. Kegley, "W<, .,_'. ...
uled checkoutover located and either checked or Those advancing to AOAN
to complete the
the coming weeks as Neilson left strictly alone.A from AOAA are: John L. McGraw I DENTAL EXI-ERll\IENT-Lt. (Jg) Gprdon Kiester, dentist at
and Martin returned to Quonset "plane captain's" form has Ray E. Dollar and ByronR. NAS Infirmary, inspects work of a fellow medic who successfully
;yesterday for further assignment.With been made available for all pros- Williams. From ADAA to AD reinstalled a pulled tooth for Vance Avery, AN, a year ago.. This
the arrival of 15 men dur- pective plane captains under the I AN advanced Lloyd L. Avant, transplanting of teeth is rare, still experimental, and caused much
ing the past two weeks VP-3's AD and AD strikers rate. This Robert J. Cooley, David L. Gra- interest at the Infirmary when Avery arrived.
"must" and is Richard E. PeterG.
form is a currently ver Dermond.

the complement 300 mark.has The soared group!; well is listed over effective.In I Lee, Donald E. Elliott, CharlesM. Gets His Tooth BackMedics' !

as FFT VP-861, TAD VP-3 which the ten-pin contests last I O'Malley and John C. Watson. .
week between Supply and Main From SA to SN were Robert J.
will with the I
means they room
Barracks "L" gang until their tenance, Charlie Knuth of Sup Malone, Merlin L. Phillips:, John Newest Method Of Tooth
squadron returns to Jacksonville. ply chalked up the highest score C. Chambers and Alan w. Beber-
with 190 in the first contest and nitz. Joseph R. Mahoney advanc.

,: AMC Leading, has Chief already Clifford put in Dodson a request bettered it by one in the second. I I ed from ATAA to ATAN while Transplanting Tried On Local ManTo

for material for a new muster Tom O'Reilly was the lead man I Albert N. Wolanski qualified for
for Maintenance with a high of MNAN from MNAA. Samuel C. -
have tooth is
board he's replaced
the one currently a
says 174. Supply took the first name Howard advanced from ADEAA : tors escorted him to a chair and
using load. won't carry the increased by a score of 777 to 676, but Maintenance I to ADEAN. i old stuff, but when they take consulted each other about his

struck harder and Strangers, but not for long, we out your own tooth, repair it problem.

Delmar Anderson, AA, found straighter in the second to win I hope, are the new faces recently I and put it back in your head, .

that the "warm Florida sunshine"has by 729 to 699. reporting aboard. Welcome is ex- that's a new one. "LET'S SEE if we can find a .,
tended to Patrick Struve AMAN "
matching tooth in the jar, one
no effect whatsoever on Vance Avery, AN, attached to
Cecil Wonders ALAN
VF-13 Stanley
J as he registered in the division of Overhauland suggested.
mumps ALAN Disassembly
Wolski Earl Mashburn
Awaiting transfer to separate ,
infirmary last week for treatmentof Repair is one of the very Captain Moon, head of the
schools are two officers from VF- ADC, and Norris Richardson,
same. few to have ever undergone the Memphis dental clinic, who was ..
Fred Paddock, YN2T( ), reports 13: Lt. (jg) Wayne Smith is cur- AMC. new method of tooth transplantation present for the rituals nodded
Cigars the order
rently standing by for orders to were of the
that since Jan. 12 no less than 15 approvingly. One man pulled outa
day last week when Richard M.
attend Test Pilot School at Patux-
men have donated blood to the The whole thing started a year large glass jar of real extracted
Md. Lt. Heeth ACT2 became the fatherof
ent River, while JeromeW. ,
local drive. That patriotic feel teeth taken from other
ago when Vance reported to a pat-
Nickerson awaits transfer to Connie Elizabeth Heeth, born
ing or the extra day off, appearsto in Jacksonville. Navy dentist in Memphis with a tients, and began searching
General Line School
I
Monterey
be a strong magnet. Calif. toothache. Upon inspecting the through the bicuspids and inci
Turning briefly to the sports ailing molar the Medic decided I. sors. No amount of looking, how.
VC-62
scene, basketball gets the top nodas Lt. (jg) Smith made two cruises the tooth was abscessed and I ever, could produce a tooth the
Eleven
pilots attached to Com-
coach Don Hickman, MNSN, to Gitmo, an Arctic cruise and should be drained. I same color and shape as the worrisome
continued to run his charges once to the Mediterranean since posite Squadron Sixty-Two at one residing in Avery'sjaw.
i through daily workouts under the reporting aboard in July 1949. He NAAS, Cecil Field last week suc- I TilE DENTIST drilled into the .
cessfully completed r e qui i r e dqualification" i
to Lt. ( )
tennis court baskets. was promoted jg duringthe
landings aboard the nerve cavity of the abscess and "Well, we'll have to fix up his
l No definite has been Med. cruise last June. I
squad "
USS Leyte while the carrier was made a drainage system for the own then, another Medic ven
named for Lt. Nickerson reported to the
y opening game duty fluid to escape. Vance was instructed tured.
off
when the season gets underway I Jacksonville area in December at sea Mayport. to report to the molar .
1948 attached to the Staff of Lcdr. Roy E. Dalton, squadron
early in February. Hickman will mill in three to what "'
executive officer, headed the list days see After a careful inspection to see
; pick from Jack Griffin, AEAA: I I Commander Carrier Air Group of aviators who participated in the result of the draining would that all the irrigation of the tooth
John Davis, AN; Bill Davis SA; Eight. After the decommissioningof offer. had been completed, they gave
John Charvat, ADAN; Don Rein-I Air Group Eight he was as- the qualification exercises.He .
Tooth number eight, the the bewildered and slightly
itz, AT2; Bill Barrett. AN Ron signed to the "Green Pawns," and three other pilots flew
;
troublesohe for
i one Avery, was frightened victim a shot of nova-
the outfit's F2H-2P Banshees
and then to VF-13 after the de- new
Johnson, PNSA, and Frank Bar- exhibit the three
after
again on caine and gentlyremoved his
aboard the Leyte. Also flying the
cellina, AD3. commissioning of VF-42 of Car-
dav duration. Since this incisor
tooth.
rier Air Group Four. j long-nosed Banshees were Lt. was an
Eben Leavitt Jr., Lt. (jg) JamesT. Avery, having a normal chronic and the sailor was young and full
{ Fasron 9 j New Device Will Help Peddy and Lt. (jg) Phil White. fear of dentists and all their kin, of hope the ignominy of a tooth
:, As Electrician William L. Hull- i Qualifying in F8F-2P Bearcats expected to find a drill jammed less facade was not at all appeal- .,
way, editor and founder of the Jets Take Aerial Shots I were Lt. John Balcerak, Lt. Wil- i down his throat. Instead two doc- i ing. He inquired about a cap but
Fasron Nine News-Letter, departs liam Reese, Lt. John Brown, Lt. ,1-- I was hushed with a wad of cot ..
for the Aviation Electronics Officers Anacostia NAS, Md. (AFPS) I
(jg) Dale Kimble, and Ensigns AFn ton batten placed into the recent
A School at Memphis, on a i The Stereosimplex, an instrumentthat Norman R. Gearhart, Edward A. ly excavated hole.

non-returnable quota. The squadron will enable jet planes to take Middleton and Henry A. Rohrer.Jr. Strangely the doctors paid more
\ extends best wishes for a accurate aerial photos, has been attention to the chewed-up chom- ,
t pleasant cruise and hopes his bil- placed on exhibit at the U.S. Naval The FSF's are the last Bearcatsin II per than they did to Avery. They
; let here has been a happy one. I Photographic InterpretationCenter operational service in the At- Q drilled, filled, then drilled again.
I From the executive officer here. lantic Fleet and it is expectedthat Finally all three doctors were
comes congratulations to all With the new device photo- they will be used only one I satisfied with the results and
hands on their ship-shape appear- graphs can be taken at 10,000feet more time for carrier landing turned their attention once againto
ance at last inspection; the great which will give contour information qualification the chair.
'J improvement in the maintenance, correct to within near- I -'{
They clipped the nerves exposed
of higher daily standards in half foot.
appearance ly a Currently VC-62 pilots are un- in the cavity of Avery's
and for the excellent Made in Italy, the device has dergoing transitional training I .,
mouth and tied the extra
conduct and bearing shown at the j i 1 undergone many tests in mapping I with jet-powered aircraft. They I 'rLf "r, blood vessels, trimmed up up the
squadron picnic. from aerial photographs. also will continue to fly planes tooth to fit the measurements of

f I- M powered with reciprocating engines the opening in the gum and plop-
the now whole tusk into its
1"" Dust-huge clouds of dust- a former resting place.
added to the normal flying hazards .

a encountered by VC-62's pilots A few wires to brace the tooth
last week at Cecil Field.
until the gum hardened around it,
But in of this
spite irritatingscreen
;, i a and some instructions about eating
which at times blanketed the
completed awesome ordeal
the field that it impossibleto
was
so
Dzt e s for Vance lie stomped out
the! ends'of the
see runwaj'sfrom
with a wholesome set of real
t 4 mid-field, the training pro teeth, and a new respect for the
> gram continued at top speed.
dental
profession.
41i Conversion of the air field intoa t ,
master jet base has been re- A small party, including Avery, ,
sponsible for the thick, lowhanging a Jax Air News reporter and a ....
dust clouds which were photographer trooped over to the
i, churned up by power shOvels and NAS Dental Clinic last week to
bulldozers moving tons of earthin get pictures of this unusual story.
f fI preparation for the construction """" Avery spent the rest of the aft

of new and longer runways. ernoon under the X-ray machine. .,.
and the reporter got a dental ap-

V P-s pointment.The '

S Armed with long winter under- photographer took' the picture -
wear, foul weather clothing and -he wasn't having anythingelse
winter flying togs, 124 officers !
and men of VP-5 departed last
week for three weeks of intensi- Drawers No;; JrClwl(1d
fied winter operations at Argen-

idk an tia Nova, Newfoundland Scotia. and Halifax, In Laundry Mark Safja, )

While Argentia is a familiar Byrd AFB, Richmond, Va.
base of operations to most of the (AFPS) A pilot on this base

men, Halifax, for the first time "HOWDY PARDNER" Beverly needed money before going on
I will be seen by the traveling Tyler leans against.the ol' leave But he found he had no
RECEIVES PRESIDENTIAL UNIT CITATION- Thomas A. Neptuners. corral with thumbs hitched to dog tags or identification papers
Moffat, 1IM3, of the NAS Infirmary, received the Presidential Unit Latest reports from Halifax tell her belt in true western style. when he went to cash his check.
Citalion for service with the First Marine Division in Korea, from of a 20 inch blanket of snow and The 23-year-old curvacious The situation looked grim until
Capt. Douglas T. Day, NAS commanding officer, in ceremony last sub zero temperatures greetingthe brunette has two rip-snortin' the paying teller suggested laundry
Thursday. The award was made to the First Marine Division for Floridian "vacationers. western movies Just awaltin' to marks. The airman retired to ,
heroic action in Korea during Sept-oct. 1950. Moffat was attach "Home sweet home" will] be be released. She recently appeared a corner where a bystander read .
ed to the division for 13 months 11 of them in Korea. lie i* a native more than welcome to the crews in "My Brother Talks off the ASN figures on his shorts.
of Needham, Mass. upon their return next week. To Hory. The check was cashed.




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WHY DONT YOU SURE AM GLAD THAT ..
KNOW YOU HAVE A HOT
WATCH WHERE WRE SOMEONE FINALLY
STORY BUT CALL t/S
'I c0/NG, STUP O. BACK'AFHR WE HAVE OPENED rHE DEAD

THC PHONE CONNECTED. COPY FILE
SALTY HUMOR FROM

HERE AND THERE"I \ )WSXY YOU WINT ME XN'T CET SHOOK
.
J :) bJ- \ it, MAKE SEVEAI CWYE3 FOLKS, WE'L t 'NAVE

can marry anyone I please." OF THESE OLO f0/T/ONS YOU READY TO GOk1
P AND Tl/EN TN W THEM lI
'Then why don't you get mar- /N Ab T/ME
ried?"

"I don't seem to please any- MOLD /T f0,
one." a 11 y MR. FIXIT3

ON THE RADIO
Chief: "Why didn't you turnout Jar
? Didn't you hear the bugle
.r t", blow reveille?" = .
Recruit: "Honest, Chief, I'm
afraid I'm going to be a flop as a --. a-
sailor. I don't know one tune
from another." -
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Nothing. lures the female gen-
der

Like good, old-fasioned legal
tender.
US 1807e54 1
Steam: Water that's crazy with
the heat.

Two opposing political candidates

were arguing at a street. .1.' nb ,ulb.
corner gathering. "There are hundreds -
of ways of making money,"
.
one of the campaigners declared, = = =- = lt. .ItItl.\
.. =- ..... .
f-- ...
' K ..
"but only one honest one. -==- II', ,. .
"And what's that?" jeered the _-= nJ.j.I.oJi. -=:.- = -
other candidate. ---- <* 6r.'f. ... -- -- --
"Ah ha!" rejoined the first. "I =

thought you wouldn't know!" 1lte D'They Mowcf'TTiiJsr Air -

District man: attorney"Are you to pugnaciousold acquaintedwith News1

any of the jurymen?"
"More than half," grunted the
witness.

# you"Are know you willing more than to swear half that of CPO Louis Prima's Band Billed I

them?" .J
I 'Six Bits'
The old man flicked a glance .
,, over the jury box. "If it comes to NOTES
that," he drawled, "I'm willing/
swear I know more than all of. For Three Night Stand During recent Fleet-wide com-
them put together." The shipwreck party was a : petitive examinations for advancement
huge success last Saturday 'night. in rate, 177 Fasron
"Do you drink liquor?" Neil Murphy, club vice president, Louis Prima, showman extraordinary I Six crewmen took examinations
"What else can you do with it?" was best dressed man with life "who plays pretty for I for the top four pay-grades. Fas-
jacket, steaming hat, and tattered the people", brings his orchestra' ron men were tested for 24 different -
"Well, I guess I might as well]] whites. Mrs. Vaughn wife of the to the station for a three-day en- specialties with the largest
put the motion before the house," assistant manager of the club, gagement beginning Tuesday. number taking the exam for AD.
said the chorus girl as she pranced won the ladies' prize with a Feb. 5.First. Seven men* were advanced to
out onto the stage.WAVE. catchy little potato sack number. show Tuesday will be at pay grade E-3 on Jan. 17. Ad-

..., < $. . Moose Hall brought the house the NATTCenter auditorium. vanced were Joe Carter and El
down with his sea bag outfit and Wednesday. he plays at. the Offi- wyn Fisher to Seaman, Joe Low-
r his stunts. All hands were ship- cers' Club and ,Thursday he per rance, Robert Krause. William
R I I wrecked properly with only one forms for a crew's dance at the r Ix x Scott, Frank Glocum and William
I casualty. Mainside Auditorium. All dances Smith to Airman.
I I Moose the new chairman ofthe start at 2000 and secure at 2400. *
WAYS I recreation committee announcesthat The Prima organization, besides Pf Ed McCarthey, AM3 and wife
Marian are the proud parents ofa
a semi-formal dance will be offering sizzling song renditions

how......... \'">" '.< ......,...iIii I Saturday, Feb. 2, with a top- cut up enough capers to boy three The pound Me nine Carthey's ounce baby-have
notch band from Jax. The uni keep the audience laughing and
Another month will begin anew form will be preferably formal, wondering what's coming up f named their first, Patrick Mi-
tomorrow which indicates another but semi-formal if desired. next. Louis and the boys are not I chael.
Captain's Inspection. That Bingo will be held Friday. The just a bunch of wooden pegs Thomas W. Butler AM2 (T)
leaves no doubt that the majority big jackpot will be almost sure glued to their seats during a performance Louis Prima shipped over for 6 more :years on
of WAVES will be kept busy Friday to go this week.A for they're liable to I I' the 29th. This is the second; enlistment
man, as well as leader of a terrific -
a .. evening. Anybody have some gala barn dance is planned get right up and start playing musical aggregation, Prima is for Tom.
extra hairpins? "One ;year, ten for Feb 9th. All hands are urgedto ou1 among the audience. an established favorite with dan- j' Paul J. Vlasek, ADC Jay Wai- .
months to go, by then my hair start their costumes now. A cers the country over. dron, AO1, and"Richard O. Brad
will grow." name hill billy band will playand Louis Prima, the trumpet man, Beautiful "Keely" Smith is the ley, AD2 have returned from two
- ,... Prospective CPO's in the WAVE there will be "no dances or likes to make people happy. Onsta'ge featured vocalist with Louis weeks TAD at Wilmington and
contingent: Julia Conley, SKI, holds barred." with his infectious shen- Prima's Orchestra. Her unique Philadelphia where they received
and Helen Grubber, AK1, formerly nanigans and gravel-throated vocals style of putting a song over has a instruction on the ejection seat
known as AMl-fellow Y o1'ltOWIHolds ReunionPlans he invariably meets with a certain poignancy that excites the trainer. All three men are now
"tin-bender" who changed her hearty reception. A _erect-H- show.____ ._ listener. qualified to operate the trainer,
rate in accordance with BuPers are being made by former which is being set up at ground
instructions two years ago. members of the USS Yorktown Savvys Navy Lingo 'Muy Bien'! training. The trainer is expected
tj be placed in operation as oon
to hold their fifth reunion
Barracks 722 has made a change aboard the aircraft carrier this PUERTO RICAN MUCHACHA SEES ceived.as a supply of cartridges are,re-,
on the MAA force. Two new ar- *
rivals, Beverly Ballard, SA, and April. The Yorktown is being re-
Carmen Padro SA relieved Vir- commissioned and modernized for EVERYTHING IN PLACE IN USN mendations Three men for were action presented dating, sra- ;
ginia Blackwell, TESN, who
was active service. 10 at the
years regular mo'r ,
transferred to Communications I I
I -- -
inspection held last Saturd
" ... and Dorothy Epworth, ATAN, to What makes) It hard to save "A place for everything and en su sitio) is a popular saying "
NAS Operations. for a rainy day Is the way it ( everything in its place" (Un down in Puerto Rico, and it Earl Elson, Jr. AE1 was

Betty Gordelchuk, SA will assume -j keeps on raining. I I sitio para cava cosa y cava cosa has helped make an outstanding dation sented Ribbon the Navy for Unit duty Com with + ", '
\
with the duties Protestant of Choral accompanist Group member in the Navy of one 43 from June 8 to Aug. 1, 19 ';If'
of Uncle Sam's newest recruits
which meets in the small chapel Carmen Padro Theodore A. Margolin r. r<,<. '
SA.
each Monday evening from 1830 ali ( I was presented the Navy: \11r! t. "
until 1930. Chaplain S. Kenneth Carmen enlisted in the Navy Commendation Ribbon f' 'd ts',.. I t

Johnson, director of the Group, _______ in her home town of Rio Piedra, with VP-91 from Sept. '15, '' ,
urges anyone interested to at- Puerto Rico: on Nov. 14, 1951. to March 1, 1943. '' aUi ;; ,
tend. After she raised her right hand Forrest G. Smith, ATI,, .
The big event at NATTC bar- and officially became a member given a citation for servin r':w' ,;
.- 4a vtc of the Armed Forces, Car- the USS Bunker Hill from t' ,qw
racks has finally occurred. Gene- .
va Banks is now an aunt. Her men was taken aboard a ship 11, 1943 to May 11, 1943. : ;...'
which is customary when applicable "I?
sister presented her with 5 Ibs., | and received her first how she liked her new frien su
6 ozs. James Robert Stanfield' I view of Navy life. in the Navy. Recruit trainingas
.. Jan. 16.Ginny. m I& member of
.. ... a Company 8,
;. On Nov 17, Carmen left Puer- Third Regiment, began on Nov
Franks, PNSN, has some Rico to 22 and after an extensive 9-
begin the first
leg of
rare collector's items in her rec- week course, where "a place
ords. Namely, 5 first and second sh* United an interesting States. journey to the for everything and everything

editions of Enrico Caruso's origi- modes of transportation Utilizing four in its place" came into great
to
nal lecordings. reach her use, she graduated fifth m her
destination
Betty Jean Hay AA, and Joan a Bairi- company.
Loisel AA of ANP S bridge, Maryland Car men
graduates ) traveled Carmen attributes her success ?
1 School busy their 'by plane, ship, train
.l are packing respective and bus.Since. in understanding the Eng
foot lockers. Betty Jean lish language to the educational
has received orders for PH "A" this trip was an entirely system employed in Puerto
School at Pensacola and Joan will new experience for'the Puerto Rico. Children are taught Eng-
leave the sunny (?) South for the Rican most of her time was lish beginning in the first
snow fields of Olathe, Kansas occupied in looking at the sur- grade and continued throughout -
where she. will attend AC '.A" rounding landscape while en- the entire educational
School. route. She had heard and read course..
Clear the deck, new students NEW ARRIVALS-Following routine checking in, two ex-re much of the United States so Prior entering the Navy>
arriving: Welcome to SA's Alice cruits from USNTC Bainbridge Md. are issued linen at WAVE was making the most of ,her Seaman Apprentice Padro wasa
Zarksy, Joan Bennett Thirzah Barracks 722. Left to right are: Louise Downing SN. chief master- opportunity to obtain first hand student at the University of
. Wilkinson, Elizabeth Kloc. Nancy at-arms; Puerto Rico born Carmen Hilda Padro SA and Beverly information. Puerto Rico, where she receiveda
.. Perry Mary Potts, Joanee Sims, Ballard, SA from Louisiana. The WAVES will begin their first tour "They were all wonderful to teacher's diploma for elemen
Jean Lorenz and Janis LeClair. of duty as members of the master-at-arms force at the Barracks me'* said Carmen when asked tary grades.


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Six JAX AIR NEWS Gl January. 1952



Jayvees Roll Fliers At Home


To 10th WinIn



14 StartsWeakened Friday, Saturday


..
by the transfer omen I v1 r- BULLETIN The Jax' Navy Fliers thumped Florida Southern

Jax Jayvees managed to College, 70-58, Tuesday night at Lakeland. The fliers' victory strine-
keep far to the right of the win "t. now stands at 10 wins in 15 starts.
ning ledger by capturing two of.: r,
three contests played over the<
Jax Navy Fliers reversed their basketball won-lost record of
past week two weeks ago by taking two out of three games last week Both
Wednesday night the Jayvee: NAAS Sanford and MacDill fell to Flier big guns while Parris Island

fought a losing battle with Soutl took one game away.A .
Georgia Junior College as they: week ago last Tuesday the
were tagged with an 83-55 los; Fliers journeyed to NAAS San- driving the Air Force men into( .

at Waycross, Ga ford and slapped the Sanfordites the ground, 8755. The Fliers .
The Georgians jumped to at with a decisive 89-44 'count to have beaten the Hawks by a 32

early lead and were never head make it twice this season that the point margin in each of their two(

ed, going ahead 20-10 in the firs Fliers have beaten their rivals.It games this year. .
quarter. The score at halftimeread Y was a Flier game all the way Bob Grabaz chalked up eight ..
35-26. iN Ya with the third and fourth quarter 2-pointers and four free shots to

Georgia's Gentry collected 26( r scores more than doubling the lead the contest with a 20 point

markers for his night's work witl K ; t 3 Y tally of the Sanford menThe high. It was another easy victoryfor
24 of them made from the floor foul shot column suffered the Fliers, and brought their

and two from the 15 foot mark E because of a lack of fouls, only season record to nine victories in

Dan Barney led the Jayvees witl 13 being committed by Jax Navy 14 starts. .
PI
14. 1's and 10 for the Sanfordites. Bow to
Down Cecil Sipes Finds Range Meeting the power-laden Par-
rebounded Thursday ris Island basketballers on the
The Jayvees Frank Sipes hit for the most
night in the opening game of:: points, the most of his local ca. home court last Friday night
the second round of the Men'; reer and the most any Flier has however, was another story, as

City League by trouncing Ceci; hit in a single game this year as the Marines topped the Fliers

t Field, 76-52. he punched in 27 counters. Only 72-56.
Don "Spider" Tussey newcomer two of his points were as the result The Islanders reserves were as If
to the Jayvees, gathered in 21 TWO POINTS-Frank McMenimen of Parris Island tries to of free throws strong as the first five and the

markers for high score for the stop Jax Navy's Don Carrol (jumping) from making a twopointerfor In the MacDill-Fher fray last Fliers had trouble all the way.

night with nine goals and three the Fliers in their fray last Friday. PI men Dick Adair and I Thursday night at the NATTC Four of the Marines starting five

free shots. Half-time score wa; John Gillispie rush in to gather any possible rebound. The Marines gym, Jax Navy hit for a very had played at LaSalle University.Dick .
39-26 after the Jayvees had led downed the Fliers 72-56 for the second win over the locals. commendable 44 per cent while Adair, 6'5" center for the
at the end of the first quarter by Islanders dropped in eight pointsin
the first quarter while team
slim 18-16 Tussey
scored a 10 points margin.in the second EcuffJ tone Survivor mate Fran McMenimen clickedfor
eleven. At the end of the first
quarter to give the Jayvees their In Amateur TourneyJohn quarter the Islanders led 26-9.

lead.An of assorted ath- The half was a dismal breathingspot
aggregation Ladd, SN, of ComFairJax for the Fliers since they were ..
letes from University of Florida
and the Gainesville the. was the lone victor among on the short end of a 44-24 count.
vicinity, F jjpoitsjAE
several NAS entries in the Tale'nt'fhe
Too Much
WGGG club, was taught a cage Florida Winter ChampionshipGolf
lesson to the tune of 59-51 last Tourney played last Marines played a fast,
Friday in prelim to the until A
night a week-end at St. Augustine. rough game and it was not
Jax Navy-Parris Island tilt. Posting a 76-76-75-73 Ladd the final quarter that the, Fliers,

Beat GainesvilleDick dropped Doctor Conley 2-up led by Frank Kloss and Bob Gra

Hendricks of the Jayvees for top honors in second flight baz, caught the Marines with a
and Ralph "Red" Dulaney of the play.Other. 22 point bombardment. Kloss
WGGG team shared high scoring NAS men entered in dropped 12 quick points in two

honors with 17 apiece. At the the tourney were Jim Gray, School Defeated But minutes time, Bob Grabaz pushed
end of the half the Jayvees com- Jerry Morrison and Steve Cor- through eight more points during
manded only a two point lead, nellisun. the period to outscore the

21-19, but picked up four points Shares Lead With MedicsDispensary Marines 22-11 in that period.
jn each of the two ..successive Three men split the high scoring .

quarters to post their margin. and AE School stayed on top in NATTCenter's honors with Fliers Frank
Gross-Country Kloss Bob Grabaz and Islander
Tuesday the Jayvees played basketball intra-murals last week, although AE saw its unbeaten Dick Adair each 12
gathering
their second in City Lea- determined AK School quintet
game string snapped by a
gue competition with VC-62. Fri- Run ScheduledFor School and ANP) Students ------ points.Tuesday.
AK
the Fliers moved to
Lieutenants had edged Training ,.
day a. preliminary to the JaxNavyMoody deadlocked for
remained Florida Southern College in the
AFB game has been Facilities, 36-33, in the strugglet
second place in the National first of a home and home series
stay out of the National League
arranged with Green Cove CindermenA
while Personnel moved
League, with Lakelanders. They
the re-
cellar. Putch dunked 19 points
Springs the
being pitted against
into a tie with Supply for the for First Lieutenants and Cinko turn Friday to entertain Moody
Jayvees. two and one-half mile American League runner-up spot. paced TraFac.. AFB on the NATTC court and
To date the Jayvees have won
cross-country run will be staged in the American challenge Florida
Leading scorer AK School stayed on fire after Saturday
10 out of 14 and have ave-
games
raged 69.2 points per gamesron Feb. 13 by NATTCenter as a League was Chuck Kerr of Air- its win over AE and beat Marine Southern once again on the P11.era' .
"trial fire" method of determining
by home court. I
rIMARIIS! ; craft Maintenance, whose 217 Students, 48-41. Hollowell set the
abilities of the some I him Next Tuesday the Fliers will
in 11 a
points games gave AK and Cheslock was high
Jann }(; FT TrsWerman" pace
2 100-odd men who have entered 19.5 average. National League for the Marines. Earlier, the Ma- be at Biloxi, Mississippi, as the .
; ': ::::::::=:; O It their names for considerationfor Leader was Cheslock of Marine rines had lost to alwaystoughANP guests-of Keesler Air Force in the

Duffy ":=:::::::::--=:J 4 O 4Tussey 8leoutelle the Jax Navy track team. Students, with 115 points in 11 ) Students, 49-35, despite first of two games to be played A

....' -.5 0 10Headrlcks The race will start at 1630 games. Cheslock's 19 points. Eleven men with the Keeslerites.
.==:::::::::.6 1 17B'tacoe and all entered for track
., ..........................0 0 0 men AK School led all the way in scored for ANP) Students. Summaries:
(; regardless of the events in the that spoiled AE School'srecord FLI "
allagher game Last week's dope sheets picked ERSFr
Law .... ... .::::::::::::::=:::.1 g 2 which they hope to specialize, winning 43-31. Score -by hot after Jr >T TP* to..,
Commissary to stay a Carroll ____.__ 0 2Zebos
Totals _....... .. ......._..26 "7 59W.H will have to run the cross- periods was 14-10,25-14, 30-19 and slow start and a quick pickup in .... ... ..........___ ::1 0 4
}'G J'T TI'S country. 43-31. Nelson was high man for the Center's National League, In- Reinhardt ..... ..............._ 0 1 1
Sullivan ......._.....................1 4 6 The actual has not the AE s ... .... ...... 2
course AK and Rochon set
Nichols .. .. .................2 0 4 pace. stead, the Cooks dropped two : :: i lj lj9lt
Dulaney .. ................7 3 17 been decided yet but will be Electricians Win games, losing 38-48 to AO Stu- I& ...:..;.:.L :::::: 2
('oilins. .................0 0 0 announced later. The Electricians came back to dents and 44-61 to ANP) Students :..... ,. ...... 0
1 4 6
... .
1imi I'uttz.rough.. :::::::::::.::::::::i 1 11 7Katght It is expected that the cham- swamp First Lieutenants, 38-18 Nichels poured in 16 :::::::::::::::::::::::: 2 0 4Sehringe

.... ....... pions of ANP) intercom- with Downs high for AE and Frey:" points for AO to help offset 22 3

._. ..... ......O.......0 0 0'T 4Smllty pany, NATTC, NAS and Jax pacing the losers. Earlier, First points by Hablewitz of Commis- hardy Itarney .:...:...:::.:.::::::::::::::: 0'0 g g'
Navy will be named as a result sary. Gould swished 15 for ANP) -

c, tats ... ..... ...2i ; M of this one race There will petitive event in selecting the Students while Knoebler was T.tl U It 54PARKI6
a ,tb be only one heat. local Navy representatives to dunking 11 for the losers. ISI.ANU
Deadline for entries for the the all Navy eliminations in UnbeatenAO J'O FT TI'S

Six run will close at 1200 Feb. 11th. San Diego, from where the Dipsensary Students continued to Adair .... ....................._ :5 2 2 1 12O'Donnell 5Gillespie ....

I Names should be turned in at Navy will pick its men to com- threaten with a 58-26 whitewashof _".:':::::::::::::::: ,

Building 513, phone 689. pete in the 1952 World Oljmpics Training Facilities. MacDonaldwas Baird ..................... ......3 0 6
Cheater ......... .__.........._ 1 0 :2
ps Keglers This is the first actual com- high for TraFac and Roule Richter _..........._..._..... 3 2 8
paced AO as 11 men scored for Yacker .... ....................._ 0 0 0
winners. Cody ........ 4
; ,. 'st.>n-6 No. 1 took first place .the MCMenlmen; -":;;:=::::::: 5 tIt
In the scorching American Graham ...... ................_ 1 0 :2Colman
from O&R this week inWAS
rr xk League race, Dispensary kept its .. n.............. 0 1 1
'* intra-mural bowling unbeaten skein intact with a 52- DJdllklon ........on.... ..._ 3 1 7
;ua and is currently leading J L .t 36 win over slowlyimprovingANP Totals. """1' '
t pack with 11 points O&R is ) Ship's Company and a 43- .
I+ 1' behind with 10 markers. .
24 shellacking of Aircraft Main- In World War II, Marine Aviation .
sron-51 was stopped cold inay's tenance. Gillespie set the pace .
Cadet Ted Williams took his: :.
i competition when VP-5 for Dispensary in both games. flying lessons from Bob Kennedy,
all three games! and also
ANP) Ship's Company's scoringwas
who could
Cleveland outfielder
4 ;;pin total 2214-2043 to cape evenly spread, while Kerr of
x 4 also give Williams and most
.. all four points. tallied 17 for Aircraft Mainten- the other American League outfielders _
VF.13 bowled over Infirmary
1 t i ance. lessons in how to make .j
total and also
2090-1942 in points
Personnel moved into second-
a
; that good, long throw to home
: r took two out of three match Y place tie with Supply by edgingSupply
for three out of four points. 4..' 4 s '1y S 28-26 and squeezing past plate. _

, Personnel is tied for third pla *e 4 Mw' ANP) Ship's Company, 29-25. Jack Sheridan was high for Special
(', by virtue of taking two out ol : Supply outplayed the Yeomen at Services.

three games from Communications )s the free throw line but Personnelhad Summaries-:
and also usurping high pin from outside. May- "
the range '
AMUCK: ] : :
count, 2098-1934 kt field led Personnel's scoring both HAC.Ufrw J.

t' STANDINGS nights, while Farrar paced Supply Dispensary .... .. ....... .. )
. in 15 for SupplyPersonnel.. ..?....... ..._.... :::...
FanonS No 1 and Jim Menna poured : :: :::::= i. i
j O&8......................._................. .J! ?...... ..:....... .. : ...
VP-3 ......................._......... .. 8t' +r st std stt ANP) Ship's Company. AO Ship Co ....... ..
1'ersonnel .....", .. 8 i Dig Supply Triumphs Special Services_ : 6
J.AW11 _... .. -......... .... .. ; Supply bounced back to tram Aircraft Malnt ...::: ::=:::::::::. 8ANP
MAUD .....?....-........>.... ::::: -7 < AO School 29-18 with Farrar ) Ships Co ............... ._.....2 10
t' Fasron109l.ommunicaiions.................. :.... ; 8 n pIe ;.uJtAG:: : ,
-. .- 5 and Engel high for Supply and N AT 10 HI
.. Wakeman pacing the Ordnancemen. W J.
......_ AE School ...... .. .1) t
Kasron Special-!Services t ... _::___-...:::::=::1t" IN TRAINING-Men jogging along the streets, through fields ANP) Students; ">::::::.::=::-8 2
Commissary ..... ...............-....- 4 and along grinders these days are not to be confused with desertera -) In the American League's only AK School .. ..________.... -.J 2
Vi"-13. _.. .. master-at-arms force. Most of these other game last week, Special AO Students ;::::: -.......... 3
VP5 _:::::::::?::,,-.,-r, 4'asronG or would be victims of the Services Aircraft Main., Commissary _......_..3 T
t" be held topped
} Mo. 2.... 3 runners are working out for the cross-country race to Marine Students .. .. .. f : 4
Inllrmary .... 2 Feb. 13, in preparation for Olympic trials. Left to right are Jack tenance, 49-44, despite Chuck Trakuc : ::1
u&c. : '..: : 0 Gene Field Jack Stone and Jim White. Kerr's 36.point scoring spree., First. LtT ... .. 11)Page
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31 January 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven


." WarmingThe I Links Team Opens


BenchBy Action Saturday


,( Armed Forces Press Service) i rUV 4it Against StetsonJax

Baseball's return to the sports: Navy's golf team makesits
spotlight received added impetus season's debut this Saturday
with the announcement of Ted when the four-man team travelsto
-- Williams' recall to duty with the DeLand for a match with Stet-
Marines as a flier. It followed II son University.Ervin .
Don Newcombe's acceptance for Scott,,top seeded man on
duty by the Army. If both men i the current squad, Bill Foulk
start service in the spring, a new "Doc" Jud Pearson and Ed
pennant picture will develop in Barnes will make up the team.
both leagues An April physical All four men, according to Pro

awaits Jack Harvey, are capable of scor-
Williams, ing 75 or less.
who has The station team practices each
! '.. passed his Wednesday afternoon and it is
33rd birth- then that challengers attempt to
day. He ; scale the team ladder set up at
was a Marine the links.
air instructor- The present ladder lists in or-
.
'... Ii w der: Ervin Scott, Bill Foulk Jud
for three Pearson, Ed Barnes, Craig McKee -
years in' Lou Chaff, Ken Sutton, John
WWII. The 5 Denson, Harold Boswell, Dave
17 month Sweeney, Jesse Younce, and Malcolm f
tour this Hirsch.
fi time could FALL CUP WINNERS-Flight victors of the recent Fall Cup golf tournament held at the NAS I .
.afn end his links were presented with their trophies last Friday by Comdr. James II. Armstrong, NAS execu-
plays ng live officer. Left to right are: Ceby Howard, third flight winner; Tony laizza, second flight runner- Waves Still
days mark..Te up; Ken Sutton, championship flight victor; Comdr. Armstrong; Dave Moody, first flight winner and
t <<;l Williams eaby displays Aubrey Atkinson, runner-up of third flight. Erwin Scott, runner-up to champion Sutton is absent
of from the photo.Amateurs Looking For
temperament, grade-A batting
that brought four league titles, Can Enter

.. and'two Most an arm Valuable injury Player that has awards both- Ocala Links Meet 20 Teams Await Opening I First WinStill

ered him since the 1950 All-Star Any amateur golfer may now seeking their first win of
same. enter the Ocala Country Club's the campaign Jax: Navy's
First Annual Henry N. Camp Invitation Of HAS WAVES dropped a pair of hard-
The military situation may al- Golf Tournament to be Cage Loop PlayThe wood melees to Great Southernand
Jaw Curt Simmons to return to held Jan. 31 through Feb. 3. East Point, Atlanta Peaches.
the Phils this summer, but may The championship flight will Great Southern again scored a
take Willte Mays from the Giants. be an 18-hole medal play tour long delayed NAS intra-mural basketball league is win over the WAVES in their
:Already discharged from the ney, the other flights will be 'set to roll next Monday afternoon at Mainside gym with 20 first clash of the second half in
Atmy and under contract is Art judged on match play rules. teams in the fold. the Girls' City Basketball League
lloutteman of Detroit. Prospective contenders shoulq" Official complete- schedule willbe Friday night at Lee High, 45-34.
write the Ocala Country Club. available to all hands next 3, Fasron 109, Cecil Field, HAW- After battling to a 9-9 tie in
Spring training makes its earliest Entry fee is $5.00. Monday at the Mainside gym. 1, VF-13, VP-741, and NARTU. the first quarter, Great Southern
start in several years Feb. 1, I I I Non-playing teams who have The National League will have surged into a 22-17 lead at half

A -.. when Bill Veeck unveils the 1952 Senecal Annexes'BreakfheBank' been assigned official scoring or O&R: Hospital, Operations, Sup- time. The WAVES, displaying a
St. Louis: Browns. Only four time keeping duties will also be ply, Personnel, First Lieutenants, marked improvement over their
months before, Branch Kickey's posted. At least one member of ComFairJax, Marine Barracks, past performances, fought hard
Pittsburgh rookies completed an each team should check schedule. Communications and Special i but were forced to drop anotherone
to a stronger sextet.Sunday's .
unprecedented fall training Services.
pe- Danny Senecal, topnotch keg- requirements.
battle with the Atlanta
riod of three weeks. ler from Fleet Air Wing 11, tooka Time keeping and scoring du- Each team will play nine.. Peaches was decidedly
one
ties will net the teams of the The first and second
first prize of $9.35 for his 245 respective games. sided. The Georgia lassies trounced
Dodger vice-president Buzz Ba- high in the "Break-the-Bank" officials points towardthe place teams of each league will the WAVES, 46-19. Again the
vasi explained the dearth of player bowling contest that paid off last Iron Man. trophy. Refereesfor stage a play-off for the first four WAVES exhibited fine form but
trades. Every club wants "one Monday. all games will be suppliedby spots in the Iron Man race. the more experienced squad was
key man," he said. But Ed Stan- Two men who listed only their Special Services. The first team of the Americanwill too much.
ky, new Cardinal manager, foundno last names and did not give their Two Leagues start its play-offs with the Ann Winn was high scorer for
takers when he offered Red the for second of the Nationals and the
outfits took second and third. Originally plan was the WAVES with a total of a 8
Schoendeinst in a swap for a They are; Desliet, an officer who one 20 team league to play one first of the Nationals with the points, followed closely by Willie -
pitcher or outfielder. Both he and can collect $5.61 for his 237 sec round for the NAS championshipbut second of the American. The Foster, with 7 points againstthe
Schoendeinst play second, and ond place and Brennan who has scheduling difficulties madeit winners of these contests will Peaches.ron .
the latter definitely qualifies asa .I won $3.74 for his third high of more practical for. two leaguesof play each other for first and sec-
key man.Swim. 219. ten teams each. ond place while the losers will 109 at 1815, and Operationsvs.
A new contest got underway; I The American League:: consistsof vie for third and fourth. First Lts. at 1945.
Tuesday, Fasron Six, VP-5, VC-62, VP- Play Until March Remainder of the first week's
Team'I Intra-mural basketball play schedule is a follows:
I should run until the week of Tuesday, Feb. 5-O&R vs Sup-
Mittmen Oppose Patrick March 6. NAS championshipswill ply; HAW-1 vs VF-13; Fasron 6
I Books Miami be decided during the weekof vs. VP-3; ComFair vs Marine
March 10-and the NAS champ Barracks.

.Jax swimmers will engage will meet the NATTC winners Wednesday, Feb. 6-VP-741 vs
Navy
the University of Miami in Smoker sometime during the week of the NARTU; Communications vs. S.
A .. a swimming meet Feb. at Coral I'n Tonight's seventeenth for the all-station S.; VC-62 vs VF-13; Operationsvs.

Gables, officials have announced.The championship. Marine Barracks.
The station championship will Thursday, Feb. 7-Fasron 109
team needs talent, it
more Patrick mittmen will crawl through the ropes against Jax Navy be decided in 2
interested a best out of 3 vs. Cecil Field; O&R vs Com
is revealed, and men pugilists at 2000 in.the NATTC auditorium. _tonight for their_second series.In .
r-. in out for the team should -: game Fair; Fasron 6 vs. lIA W-l, Per-
-'fl,_ trying
either Chief Scott at Main-: (go at each other this season. '1 I I known unlITr ngtime since the the opening game Monday sonnel vs. 1st Lt J
see
side inquire at the indoor Ready to go for Jax Navy is weight of the various fighters VC-62 takes on Cecil Field at Friday, Feb. 8-VP-3 vs. NAR ;
pool gym or phone 698, NATTC Red Hopkins in the middleweight I from Patrick is not known at this 1500, followed by Hospital' Vs. TU; VP-5 vs VP-741; Hospital' rsCommunications
Special Services. class, Jocko Janetzke in the welter date. Personnel at 1630; VP-5 vs Fas- ; Supply vs S. S.
Tryouts began last night in and Jerry Deley in the middleweight I I Approximately 50 boxers have
division. been placed in the ring by NAS -
the indoor pool at 2015. They will
John Baxley may put on the 16 and NATTC coaches in an attempt Ei
continue through tonight in an
for the Fliers in the find candidates
ouncers to some likely
to find men to competeakaints
the Hurricane Swim lightheavy while Coach Bill ,. for Golden Glove compe-
Scott has found a promising tition to be held Feb. 21. 22, 23,
squad.Events in which the Jax Navy prospect' in the heavyweightranks I in the Gator Bowl in Jackson.
in Charlie Clark. ville.
squad will participate include
the various distancestin the free Matches To Be Made The outlook is not as good: as
style, breast, back and also Who actually is to go into the last year's. Most of the NATTC
; divin '. ring for the Fliers will not beII men who looked good in early
competition have been transfer ?

II I r Who Is Althea Gibson? I red.Red Fighters Hopkins worthy, Jocko of Janetzkeand mentionare 4

Frankie Carpenter. Each of
Just when it was believed of NAS Legal Office; Bob these three have been beaten by
that most of the sports' fans Proctor, AD3, NAUTU; Bob Green Cove competition.Prep .
had deserted, they showed up Durden, employee Public i For GG
enmasse in supplying the answer Works; Doyle Dillard, UN, In the heavier ranks Paul De-
to the last week's Sports Hospital; Patrick Hall, SA, ley looked good in his one fight. 4 ,
. Quiz NAS Personnel; Bill JJadsley, Since then he has not fought be-
:.. The correct answer to the ACAN, Cecil Field; Bernard cause of Squadron duties and a
"What modern baseball Ritz, NATTC Personnel; Glo. lack of training. Pete Arwood an
query player was the Most Valuable ria Catania, YN3. NAS Per early season highly-touted light. IT
Player and pennant-winning sonnel; Philip Martin AA, AK heavy ,was defeated the first
manager of the same year? "A" School, NATTC and Joe time out. Bob Gayner fought 4 ,
-a w .. What Year-was supplied in Wilson, Public Works employee twice and was beaten twice John
a hurry by hundreds of fans. Baxley was TKOed in his Pensa-
Lightfoot wins first prize ofa cola bout.
Lou Boudreau was the gentleman
of Of the above mentioned fighters "'
who won the honors $3.00 cash award, courtesy
while with the Cleveland Indians Special Services; Siodla takes both Hopkins and Carpenter
in 1948. the case of free drinks from are due to be transferred from
First with the answer was Navy Exchange drive-in drinks NATTC, probably before the t
SD2 of counter for second prize, and Golden Gloves gets underway. ?
George A. Lightfoot, ,
civilian In the Golden Gloves there will
ComFairJax. Dick Siodla, AN, Gates wins a chit to the
j C cafeteria. be eight divisions of competitionin
Services second
of Special was ,
both the and novice
Here's this week's quizzer: open
while Charlie F. Gates, AE1,
is Gibson?" classes-112 pounds, 118 pounds,
of AE "A" School, NATTC was "Who Althea
126 pounds, 135 pounds, 147
the third place winner. Answers will be accepted
By 0910, 10 minutes after beginning at 0900 Friday. pounds, 160 pounds 175 poundsand '...
175 pounds. A team
the opening gong, more than Phone numbers are extensions will over be selected to represent DISTAFF SCRAMBLE- WAVE Alice Larrick attempts to y
two dozen correct answers had 8184 and 216. Military and NAS civilian Jacksonville and Florida in the I .catch a rebound while teammate Catherine Traurig (right) stands. i
been delivered. Among the personnel from Tournament of Champions at by for assistance in action during the Jax Navy WAVESEastPoint
first to supply the solution NATTC, Cecil Field and May- New York City, March 2, 3,4, and Atlanta Peaches fray last Sunday. The WAVES played line
were Kenneth Jennings, GM1, port are eligible. 5th. defensive ball until the Atlantans put on the pressure to win, 46-15

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type constucted and was completed -
(Items offering for sale articles two years ago. It was then & R

of property such as!* washing machines :j sent to Special Devices at Long)
automobiles. furniture I. Island, N. Y. for extensive test Repair and Salvage Division
and final approval before I welcomes Lt. James J. Fite, who
radios, clothing and the like i i IS: \ If'1. ing
from Korea and
prohibited by Defense Depart : adoption by the Armed Services recently returned
Division Officer.
ment regulations. This column The Air Force will also receivea was assigned as

will, however, list such services t dozen of these trainers modi- William D. Taylor, AMS3. is I
as available housing, rides wanted l. fied to correspond with the type eagerly looking forward to his -
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lost and found articles and ::r 1 ejection seat used by them. discharge from the service on

other similar notices). } e Operators of the trainer emphasize Feb. 14, 1932.

FOR RENT rMRSAL.TY ; that it is not an amusementride I R. E. Sharp, AMG proudly an-

Furn. rm., 2719 Park St.. Mr L j in view of the fact that ex- nounces a new addition to his
Wolins Ph. 2-0087. I ,' MFlPHoTO plosive charges are used in the family, a bouncing seven pound
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: I 1441 A.tJ
Single & Dble rms. reas. ,I ( proper care is exercised, the de- AMHAN, is leaving/ for a twentyone -
Avondale Ave', Mrs. Lee '. .. day leave to little old Rhode
:,. vice is fool proof. .
Schultz, Ph. 25930. .. .1 \. :'" Island.
I :. < Contrary to what might be expected -0
2-slecping rms., 2789 St. John'sAve. I'' M".i:''.v,;",* ., ,v. .,w" pilots projected from the Planning:

., Pierson. Ph. 2-1118. .. v., '__ -.r ,....'<<(. )j: trainer have very little sensa- It is with deep regret that the
1 or 2-rms. furn., w 'bath. kit. J. Sf t tion of leaving the cockpit. The many friends of Lester Gray
priv., 2739 Algonquin Ave.. ascent is so rapid that before I, mourn his passing. He died the
Mrs. Harriet Reed, Ph. 2-1935. WHO IS 'MR.; SALTY' AND 'MR. PIIOTOGENIC'-Two big they realize what is happening early part of last week in a local

Furn. efficiency apt., 508 Milwaukee question marks in these two frames will be replaced after Feb. I the seat is on its. way down. I hospital following a short illness.
Ave., Orange Park, T. R 28 by photos of the "saltiest" and "most photogenic" sailor or Marine I, Mr. Gray had been employedin
Nelson. at NATTCenter. If you think you can qualify for either title, The sequence of operation of the Overhaul and Repair Department -

Unfurn. 4-rm. apt., 2700 W. Lakeshore you can get your image entered before that date by visiting Spillers I, the trainer is much the same as I for the past eleven
Blvd., $00( per mo., Mrs I Photographic Studios at the Navy Exchange. NATTCenter per- in an airplane with the exception years, most of these years having
E. P. McGowan, Ph. 2-4291 or sonnel will do the .judging by casting ballots for their choices. I of the cockpit canopy which in II been spent in the Manufacturing
Ph. 2-9257. I -- --- --- -- I actual bail-outs would be opened Schedules Branch of the Plan-

: Photo Contest. and blown away prior to using ning Group. He was widely
Furn. 2 & 3 rms. 318 W. Union, the scat.
known the
I throughout department -
J. M. Saucer, Ph. 4-7936. I Initial step in bail-out proc'edure and will be greatly missedby

Furn. Sleeping room, 2503 Dell- Search Underway For SelectionOf via the jet ejection seat is I all who knew him.
wood Ave., Mrs. W. G. Bowden. I to retard the throttle to reduce -S S .

Furn. rm., 2130 Dellwood Ave., : speed. Then the pilot pulls the --- -

Vena Tompkins, Ph. 7-4355. I 'Mr. Photogenic' At CenterContrary canopy pre-ejection and lever locking, jettisoning his shoulder the "

Furn. 4-rm. apt., $65 per mo, .
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3633 Murray Hill, Mrs
Cypress,
Ph. 2-3147. to popular belief, to find the most photogenicmale He then removes the safety de-
Tyson, I at the Center as: well as vives from the seat catapult. -iJ I".Y ...r.
beauty and charm are not exclusive -
Will share home, 3628 Ernest,,
the "saltiest". With the bail out oxygen bottle ; .
Murray' Hill, Mrs. Rose Huff,, commodities of the knob pulled out, which will allow ,,: .

Ph. 2-5537.. weaker sex. This will be adequately The two winners in this con- him eight minutes of oxygen after -

Furn. efficiency apt., 728 Lomax proven in the next few test will each be presentedwith ejection, the pilot is ready to
5 Points, Mrs. Hiatt Ph. 7-788:2.1: weeks as the race for the titlesof a beautifully mounted leave his plane. To fire the seat Old acquaintances were renew
Rm. & brd in pvt. home, 16x20 oil. portrait of himself. he simply pulls a curtain outward ed last week when Joseph Alki
Riverside. Mrs. Shauglinessy "Mr. Salty"and "Mr. Pho- These portraits are valued at I and down over his face. This au- of Stock Control recognized a
Ph. 2-6525. togenic" is in progiess. $50: 00 each. The contest began tomatically fires the cartridge propelling I member of the Inspection party, t
Furn. 3-rm. garage apt., 2312 College Spillers Photographic Studios, Jan. 25 and will run through the seat and at the same Capt. H. J. Barwood of the Bu-
Mrs. Frank Clark, Ph. 7- located in the Navy Exchange, Feb. 28. j time protects his face from the reau of Supplies and Accounts,
6249. is $sponsoring a unique photo terrific wind blast he encounters as his former Supply Officer
Duplex garage apt.. $75 per mo. contest for all sailors and Marines All photos taken during this I when he leaves the plane. aboard the USS Hermitage. Allen r
Summons period will be on display at the I was a Chief Storekeeper assignedto
2362 Ernest St, Mrs. attached to NATTCenter I
counter the NATT- I
photo in the Hermitage.
Ph. 75666. Three enlisted men of Fasron 6.
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Furn. rm., 720 Acosta, C. W. Par Army Revives K-9= Corps Center 517 for Navy Exchange, Bldg. i Paul Vlasek, ADC; Jay D. Wal- Bill Fudge of Traffic Sectionhas

ker, Ph. 7-7975. judging.. dron, AO1. and Richard O. Brad- I' returned to work after mend-
Furn. or unfurn. 6-rm. apt.. in'' 18 Dogs In First Class i ley, AD2 comprise the crew who ing of broken bones suffered in

owners Duplex, Bishops Gate Wu..hlngtonFI' ) The Department I Judges will be NATTCenter will maintain and operate the a fall at home Ex-Chief
i Lane, Riverside, Mrs. Adams.Ph. of the Army soon will personnel who will be given the ejection trainer. These men and Charles Edwards former storekeeper -
8-6891. establish a training center at opportunity to cast their vote Lcdr. John Riggsbee, Fasron Six in Building 110. has re-
Furn. 3-rm. apt.., w garage, 1110 Camp Carson. Colo, to condition for the men of their choice on flight surgeon recently completed signed to join Morr ison'a Cafeteria -
San Marco Mrs. Feb. 26, 27 and 28. Printed bal- Jacksonville.
Rivera St., selected German shepherd dogs a special course of instructionat in
Ph. 9-4519. lot forms will be available at s
Maude Hunter, for the K-9 Corps. the Aerological! Medical Equip-
Furn. 4rm. cottage, Rt. 4, Box Opening in 1)eeenrber. the I the counter during these days. ment Laboratory in the Navy New employee in Accountingis

413-A, near Orange Park. Mrs. i'ainI'M| lint training (.)'('J.> will Appointments for sittings can Yard at Philadelphia to qualify Mary Ann Salisbury of Jacksonville -
j R. F. Bradley, Ph 11284061. Include 48 dogs and 24 dug be made at the NATTCenter them for their work with the de assigned to Cost and

Unfurn. 4-rm. apt., 1022 OsceolaSt. handler. 7 hiv l 1'4 the first Midi Navy Exchange between 0900 vice. I I Reports section Jenny Lind ,
., Yvonne Davis Ph. 76690. training center to l>e opened| l and 1200 on Saturdays. But appointments In addition the three enlisted Cyr until recently Jenny Staussof
Furn. rm, 2737 Herschel Mrs. slurp' the close of VUVI1. I IWhen are not required.The men were given a three day Stock Control, and husband Al
Metcalf Ph. 28520. trained, the dogs will be studio is located at the course in operation at the factory of VP-10 left last week for NAS
Unfurn. 5-rm. house. 4727 Timu- used In tactical security and law Mamside Navy Exchange, Bldg. where the trainer was built. Brunswick, Maine, their new duty
quana, Mrs. James T. Reid, Ph. I 3. Fasron Six's crew is one of station, which is a short distance
enforcement assignments. During ,
2-7352. substantial five such crews trained in Phil- from Al's home town.
WWII saved
Turn rim, pvt. bath, kit. priv., amounts dogs of supplies from pilferage adelphia. In the future personnel i Look-alikes: Jake Oates of
1319 Hamilton St., Mis. Mar- In Hope Japan, about 200 College CoursesContinued assigned! to operate the trainer I Stock Control and Joseph Kirkland -
chus, Ph. 8-3829. will be indoctrinated by one of of Supply Department.
Will share bungalow, 812 Acosta dogs. used in security billets re- ( from I'age 1)) the crews already trained. Green Cove Springs. Former
the
battalion of from
Mrs. E. Morris. leased a men Lcdr Edwin C. Griffin, Training i At the present time Lcdr. Green Covers at NAS Jax have ,
task
Single & dble rms., 2601 Park. of patrollingCongratulations Facilities officer I we contactedthe Riggsbee is drawing up the train- had to look twice at Jake before
Mrs. Bessie Houston, Ph 8- General Extension Divisionof ing program to be used in the indoctrination realizing that he was not Kirk "

2770. Florida of the pilots. the resemblance is so strong Incidentally
Unfurn. 3-bdrm house 4365 Mar- "The courses were started with According to the operating crew the two men are not
quette St., R. J. Wingate No instructors from University of the ejection seat would be ad- related.
2 Fire Station, Child St ext Florida and Florida State University vantageous to pilot in all *. *

8189 or Ph. 2.8322. It was then determined to( i outs except during i n v e r bail-I A buffet and dance will
Furn. rm. bath. 2811 Forbes St. ] permit civilian personnel and dependents flights at !low altitude. be for supper S-3 and S-4 DiYI',

Mrs. Hagedorn, Ph. 2-3043 ot Naval personnel to J i I ;sions given, Friday Feb. 8 at LakeShore
Partly furn. 3-rm. house, garage also take the courses. Responseto Paratrooper: The only man American Legion Post. San
$40 per mo., 4340 Baltu St. this registration has been most who gets up in the world b\ falling -I Juan and Lake Shore Boulevard.

Ortega John L. Moore. i gratifvmg': I / down on the job.. Dancing to a six-piece orchestra
SALE
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6106 Good- I : to Lt and Mrs with vocalist will begin at 2000,
House trailer, $1,500. Carl Seitz; on the new arrival In 4k and all members of S-3 and S1
man Rd., Wesconnett Hairy their household. The little Miss I Itf Divisions and all Waves are In
M. Rodvansky. born Jan. 27 the vited.
trailer was Sunday at
Columbia house
1946
i Furn.
23 ft., Lot No. 190. Azalea Naval Hospital here. We don'tknow This is the first of a series of
Trailer Court Louis Ambrosio, as yet what the young lady dances and parties planned loi
been named but will g "
ext. 8398. has {pass Supply enlisted personnel 1 in 1932by
a 5-im. unfurn. this on to you next week. This IS the S-3 Division Recreation
Will equity on 105th the second for the Seitz. I if ". :ommittee.'DIVINE.
Wesconnett
house, $1,800 .
& Blandmg. R. L. Williams, Ph. We are sorry to report that j ;
8-1156. Mrs. R. L. Mann, wife of Comdr. 'I' f\' I
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2-bdrm. bungalow, $4,300 $630 Mann, Public Works officer, is ,J L" -
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iF down, $47.50 per mo., 5723 63rd confined to the Naval Hospital. '
i Park We wish her a speedy recovery I : :
St., Lakeshore & Hyde ,
i Lewis, Ph. 8-8473. and hope she will be out very I .;! '( ))
SERVICES
Unfurn. 3-bdrm house G. I. shortly. ,.
h Equity, 4617 Ulmer Ave., near Jimmie Harrison of the Records
#a Timuquana, E. A. Worsley, Ph. Section has gone to the Duke E frotesunt
: 83460. Clinic in Durham, N. C..Wel- .r.! 3300-General Communion. Small

3bdrm. masonry home reduced come to Irene Sturgell, new em- Chapel.
G. I. equity. 3410 Rodney Lane ployee in Public Works who has )830-M o r n i n g Services, All.
Spring Park Southside, Mrs. H. been assigned to( the Offices Served I: Saints Chapel.

L. Knight, Ph. 983182.lUSCELLANEOlS. : Section. J915-Naval Hospital Chapel.
i Lcdr. James L. Darnell Assis- )))930-Sunday School Small!I Chapel -
Rider wanted-San Marco district tant resident officer-in-charge-of- .

0730-1600, Helen Roberts, construction returned recently 045-All Saints Chapel.
ext. 717. from a trip to Washington. While
" wanted Southside to there he called Louise Ferebee. Catholic
Rider's -
))330 and 0930 Mass. St. Edward's -
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West in Public Works
NATTC. 0730-1610 Mrs. former secretary
s, ext. 8532. Louise sent her regards to all. I I Chapel.
Ride wanted-Southside, Yvonne We bid farewell this week to I )930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Cate-
chism Class .
8311 Charles C. Compton As- )
Davis, 0800-1630, ext. or Comdr.
1030 Mass St. Edward's Chapel.
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Ph. 7-G690. sistant PWO for NAB-6. Comdr.
', 5645 Mass at Hospital ChapeL
Riders wanted-Gary & San Compton and his charming wife Y,y119A -
Science
Marco via Riverside & St. will be missed by their many .x I Christian
,
i i i John's. 0730-1600, Mrs Mattox, friends on the Naval. Air Station. _.. ... I" _> .. "'T.w _...._ [Tuesday-2000 MormonThursday1930at-at Small ChapeL

f Riders ext. 433.wanted-Five Points (Riv- "Here comes a friend of mine ALL ASHORE-Shown leaving! the aircraft carrier USS Leyte Small Cha-

. erside) to O&R 0700-1530 Col- who' a human dynamo." (CV 32)), are part of the approximately 1,800 crew members who pel. -
, rated in Jacksonville over the weekend The USS Lejtehas Jewish1830Monday
lege St., St. John's( Ave & Ortega "Really? liberty
been in waters off the Florida coast conducting; training; exercises NATTC Auditorium -
B. L. Patrick, ext. 525 or "Yes, everything he liar on is
1'Ji. 76880.\ charged." with Fleet Air Jacksonville squadrons. ,

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