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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1952
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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_ VOL-9 No. .49 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 20 March 1952 ;

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Unit Tested For Next WeekNavy

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food handler will participate

Use On CarrierA in an instruction course
Xt March 25, 26, 27 at the Junior
Officers' Auditorium here.
newly developed aircraft- The course will be presentedin

borne spray unit, designed cooperation with the Florida
State Board of Health. Directors
for. use in' disinsection af en- will be E. Russell Jackson of the

emy held 'beachheads prior to Board's Bureau of Sanitation,and
A; D CWO James Marcello, Jr., sta-
... invasion by U. S. forces, was tion sanitation officer. '
r tested for carrier landingsand a r Guest speakers will be Capt. d 4Yc #
Julius, C. Early, senior medical L M
takeoffs for the first officer of the station; Comdr.

time last weekend.The William F. Lyons, Station pre-
,, Xn ventive medicine officer; Lcdr
equipment was mounted Kermeth L. Knight, of the Malaria Comdr. James P. English
aboard an F4U Corsair fighter 9 and Mosquito Control Unit; -
and members of the State and local
and Douglass Skyraider
plane a
health boards. Comdr. English
Attack bomber for the tests Topics of discussion will include -
which were conducted aboard subjects dealing with the
the aircraft carrier USS Leyte. prevention of diseases contracted AdministrationIOfficer
through improper handling of
Ensign William Lassen of VA.
food. The course will b:; presented -
15 at Cecil Field flew the dive. _. in two daily sessions, with Of NAS

bomber and Lt. Larry C. Baldwin OH, CRYSTAL BALL TELL ME!"-Trying to obtain the an- certificates awarded to all completing -

of the Staff of Commander swer to the meaning: of SABWODI, personnel are trying anything, the required studies. Comdr. James P. English
ball. Louise of Public Registration will be at 0830 ,
Carrier Air Group 17, piloted the even looking through the crystal Bragg
Corsair.\ I Works Transportation gazes into the spheroid in an attempt to and 1300 each day. Attendance at formerly of the Operationsdepartment !
wrest the solution while James D. Raney DCS: left) of Crash one session Tuesday Wednesdayand of the Naval Air
Lcdr. John M. Hirst project officer I, and Fire and James G. Mills (right of Power Plant await the Thursday .will. be required. Station assumed his new
for evaluation of the equip-
outcome. The SABWODI contest closes Monday,
duties last Friday Administration
as -
ment and officer-in-charge of Marine Officer officer.He .
the Malaria and Mosquito Control
Unit' at NAS observed the replaced Lcdr. Jo: W. Wil-
SABWODI Meaning At NATTCenterGets liams, who is leaving the latter
tests aboard the Leyte and re- part of the month for temporary
ported the results as "highly sat.1stactof additional duty with Fleet AliI -

y". Bronze StarCapt. I Weather Training Unit Atlantic
.. I at the Naval Air Station. Key
; While service tests of the Remains A Mystery Douglas D. Petty. execu- West.

equipment have been carried out tive officer of the Marine Avia- Prior to his duty here, as assistant -

up and down the east coast of i I tion Detachment at Naval Air operations officer Comdr..
South Carolina Georgia and I of submitted in the SABWODII Technical Training Center was English served in the same capac-
hundreds
Of the answers
awarded the Bronze Star Medalat ity on the Commander Fleet Air
Florida, this was the first time : contest, none of them have come close to .the correct meaning the monthly personnel inspection Wing 11 Staff here. He has also
such tests had been made by car 1 I according to officials. on March 8. served as executive officer of
rier-based aircraft loaded with The citation reads as follows: Patrol Squadron 3 at Coco Solo.
the portable units. I Personnel who have thought to the civilian cafeteria will be For heroic achievement in con- Panama, as officer-in-charge of
Developed by the Bureau of that they had "inside informa- given to the next'four winners. nection with operations againstthe ATU-11 Training: Unit at NAAS,

.... Aeronautics to meet the prob- tion" as to the meaning of the enemy while serving with a Whiting Field, Fla., and as Gun-
lem of spraying enemy-held letters, or slogan, had better start As a reminder, rules for the Korean Marine Corps infantry nery Officer of VP-2 at Beaufort -
beachheads prior to invasion, March 24 battalion in Korea on 4 July 1951. South Carolina.
and submit other contest, which closes ,
all again
each unit consists of a spray noz- over are repeated: Captain Petty, acting as a for- During the last war Comdr.
zle fed tank containing 150 gal- entries it is being pointed out. ward air controller, was directing English was with Squadron VB-
lons of insecticide. Two units, or Idea of the contest in which 1. All militarv and civilian close air support for a company 144 in the Central Pacific wherehe
from all commands at
even three may be mounted on military and civilian personnel personnel attacking an enemy held ridge served as Patrol Plane Com-
the Naval Air Station including
on when the unit under heavy
a single aircraft depending came
mander.
the type. ''I are eligible to participate, is to NAAS Cecil Field and Mayportare small arms and automatic weap-
guess what SABWODI means- eligible. ons fire."Reazing. I A native of Pennsylvania
2. Contest closes Monday 1200, : that supporting air- Comdr. English graduated from
Three hundred gallons of the what it stands for. the of Illinois. He
Insecticide is enough to an with its March 24, 1952. craft would have to strafe very University received
/ spray The station, along per- his wings at Pensacola in
area of about {00 acres. The sonnel, have been SABWODI'ed 3. Entries may be either writ- closely in front of the company Feb. of 1941.
whole operation takes only six ten or typewritten, as long as he fearlessly moved out aheadto .
minutes. I quite extensively the past two they are legible. direct the air support with

When. they are empty the weeks, with the letters SABWO- 4. Entries should contain name more accuracy. In this positionhe AN School Gives
constantly exposed to en-
t tanks can be reloaded within a DI seen and heard everywhere.The department and check or serial was
small and automatic
few minutes with insecticide carried contest, which was slatedto number of Vontestants. emy arms
able to di-
:. weapons fire, but was To Date
I, in concentrated form and end March 21, will be extended 5. Entries should be submitted rect the aircraft with such accuracy $1,178
soluble in readily available deis- March 24, through NAS Yard Mail system that heavy casualties were
,
until 1200 Monday
el oil. A further advantage of the '
addressed simply 6ABWODI inflicted the and
on enemy no
new equipment is that it is easily I to allow for late. entries. Contest." I friendly troops were hit, althoughnot To Red Cross
installed under the wings of carrier *
6. Winners will be announcedin more than 50 yards separatedtheir
aircraft and can be jettisoned No further tips as to what it all the Jax Air News on March positions. Chaplain Robert E. Elliott
Instantly in case the ,pilot be- means has been forthcoming. The Chairman of the NATTCenterRed
I 27, 1952. (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 2)
comes engaged in air combat.The only tip given the Jax Air Newis I Cross Drive held a conference .
unit is also very inexpensive and that it is an abbreviation for Tuesday, March 18. with
readily replaced. a slogan. representatives of all depart-
During World War II, such I All military and civilian personnel M ments of the Center to discuss
equipment had to be permanently I at the Naval Air Station the progress of the current Red
installed in aircraft which incapacitated are eligible to participate in the Cross Drive.
the plane for combat. I contest. It is also being emphasized Chief Herbert Zupnick a rep
According to Lcdr. Hirst the that personnel can submit resentative of the Airman Preparatory
unit has now been "test proved"as more than one entry-in fact any School turned in $1-
. the most efficient equipment number of entries.A > 178.94 as a contribution for the.
,
available for use in combat-type $10 cash award goes to the '6:; entire ANP) School.
tI aircraft, both in operational efficiency person with the correct identification a,. <:S.k Chaplain Elliott stated. "The
and biological effectiveness. of SABWODI; second prizeis results so far have been quite
$5 cash, while free meal chits gratifying and ,I am confident
that before this campaign closes,

---STILL NEEDED 0r the personnel of the NATTCenter
. ; will make a most creditable
showing for the Drive."
BLOOD DONATIONS NEARING The campaign will close at

midnight on April 1.
- 10,000 MARK AT STATION .


The Armed Forces' Blood met regularly This .is 'encouraging 4. r. -r: Weather Outlook

Bank at the station will soon since for a short time Warm mild weather fa fn store

be able to boast a total of .10- there was a slump when the 30-YEAR MEN-Length of Service Certificates and'lapel em- for thie week-end according to

000 blood of last donors Friday processed.As 9,666 don- daily quota was not being met. blems for 39 years of Federal service were presented I*. ,11 N S Lhe NAS Aerology office:

" had visited the bank to However, the all-out cooper- civilian employees by Capt. Douglas T. Day, NAS r I Saturday-Partly cloudy and
contribute ors a pint of the life- ation of military and civilian officer last week. Captain Day is shown congratulatic '. 'fluid.' Light southwesterly. surface
giving fluid, since its inceptionlast personnel aboard the station as Piper, of Public Works, while (left to right) Homer winds.
September. well as Cecil Field Green Cove Chester, Frank Gordon, all oC O & R, and James Enj 9 Sunday-Partly cloudy
Reports from thebank show Springs and Mayport has once ply look on. These. awards are issued for continuo. ()Southwesterly! winds. Warm. tem!
s. that the daily quota is being more put the program forward multiples of five years. peratureJ. --
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Report From Washington



JfI XfL1flLIJ11: Select.731 For Promotion To Lt. RankTo



Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Alt

Station. Jacksonville. Fla NAS JacksonvilleCapt. Induct 175 Dentists In MayBy I'")

Douglas T. Day Commanding Office
Comdr. James H. Armstropg .Executive Officer I
II! Lcdr. Gordon D. Walker Public Information Officer ( Armed Forces Press Service) A total of 175 doctors oi dentistry will be
, Fleet Air Jacksonville Selection of 731 officers from four staff inducted during the month of May, 1952 the
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison Commander corps for promotion to lieutenant in the regular Department of Defense has announced. Sixty

Capt. Howard V. Hopkins ...un ..._n__ ""_"_"_ .. Chief of Staff Navy and Naval Reserve has been an- will be assigned to the Army, 90 to the Navy
Fleet Air Wing Eleven nounced by the Department of the Navy. and 25 to the Air Force..

Capt. Jesse S. McClure .......___._..___.____.. Commander Dates of rank and appointment authority will *
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer be published later when all selection boards Eligibility requirements for integrating Reserve .
Naval Air Technical Training Center for lieutenant have completed their proceed- officers into the -regular establishment

Capt. Letter K. Rice ..._...._ Commanding Officer ings. have been released by the Marine Corps. Re-
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart.______.___._Executive Officer quirements are spelled: out in ALMAR 9 and
Naval Hospital A network of airstrips and installations encircling affect officers in ranks up to colonel. It is

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer the globe is now under constructionin expected that applications will be requested ..,
-NARTU $3,071,000,000 Army and Air Force build- shortly from Reserve officers desiring to be-
Capt. Easton B. Noble Commanding Oflcer ing program. Lt. Gen. Lewis A. Pick Chiefof come regulars. Prior to that time applications
,I Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer the Army Engineers, said the program should not be made.
.
"touches nearly every state in the Union" as
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions well as many foreign countries. Projects are The following bills of interest to servicemenwere
, C184!Y and 216. underway in Alaska Hawaii, Puerto Rico the recently introduced in Congress:
I, Tb. JAX AIR NEWS U pvbllshea MFCKTY at me U. S. Naval Air Station Panama Canal Zone Canada, Labrador, New- 1. A bill to equalize the treatment accorded -
with non-appropriated fund
Jacksonville. Florida and commercially
printed
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev. foundland, Greenland, Iceland the Azores, to commissioned officers of the Veterinary
.. Nor..IMS.! Copies are distributed tree of chnrre at the Naval Air Station, the Bermuda, French Morocco, Tripoli, Saudi, Corps with that accorded to commissioned
r Naval. Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxlllar Air Station. Cecil Field and Arabia and Turkey. officers of other corps of the Army Medical
f UM U. S. Naval Hospital Service.
Editor-Andrew H. Planev
The Marine Corps Institute has announcedthat 2. A bill to establish a commission to study
Staff Members: Marian Sprenger. JO3: Mary Bixones. JOSN:
it will no longer grant high school diplo- present.military educational systems used for
Barbara Tomlinson) SN
Dave Devroy, SN; John Charvat, AN; ;
the creation of officer
mas. Only those students already enrolled an corps.
Helen. IJJi'1iR NEWS Is a member or me Armed Forces Press Service. will be allowed to continue their studies toward 3. A bill to amend the National Defense '. ,,,
AFPS material appearing I In m''dSt publicatton my not be reprinted; withoutthe an MCI high school diploma. The Institute Act to provide that in determining the rankof
f 5 written permission of Press Service. Republication cf) other : will, however, offer advice to appli- Reserve and National Guard officers calledto
' matter, !' publications Is piohlbited without permission cf
Editor. JAXAIRbyNEEwsWS. cants on courses leading to state equivalency active duty in the Army and Air Force,
l certificates or to diplomas from high schools full credit shall be given to all service in

[ Exercise Your Privileqe previously attended. grade.
4. A bill to make it unlawful to refuse
Officers and warrant officers will have to burial facilities to a member of the Armed
r Series Of Articles To Outline raise the insignia of grade on their helmets Forces, of the U. S. because of his race, color,
and helmet liners the Department of Defense or national origin.
has announced. New regulations state that 5. A bill to grant persons serving in the .
Terms For 1952 Elections painted insignia or decals must be centeredon Armed Forces during the present hostilitiesthe
the front as before but the base of the loan benefits provided for veterans of
r (Beginning this week AFPS 1 insignia must now be 24' inches from the WWII by Title III of the Servicemen's Readjustment

presents the first in a series of by an agent (spouse, parents, I lower edge of the helmet or helmet liner. For- Act of 1944.
articles outlining pertinent voting I etc.) in three states the ballot merly, the distance was measured from the S. A bill to amend Part II of Veterans'
data for Armed Forces per- I center of the insignia. lilt Regulation No. 1a) to provide that veteransof -
sonnel. The series will continue i must be obtained by the pros CS all wars shall be considered to be perma- 6

until every state and territory pective voter in person. Clergymen desiring to become naval chap- nently and totally disabled at age of 70.
has been covered .Watch for your( 'I QUALIFIED VOTER- A person lains may now apply for a direct appoint- 7. A bill to amend the act of July 12, 1950so
home state!) I who has complied with all ment until age 39. After WWII the limit had as to extend free mailing privileges to
The about members of the Armed Forces of foreign na-
a the laws entitling him to vote been 34. change was brought by an
(By Armed Forces Press Service) and has also become registered, I increased need for qualified men to minister tions serving under the United Nations Com-
Have you ever stopped to thinkof if such registration is required. to the spiritual needs of naval personnel. mand in Korea on a reciprocal basis.

the importance of vour vote in .

1 this year's general elections? REFERENDUM A questionupon
As an eligible] voter you will which persons vote.
elect a president and vIcepresii i As in everything else connected -
dent of the United States. You' with voting instructions for ; ;
also will nominate and elect sen- marking the ballot from
vary ...
ators and representatives to the state to state. However most instructions t }y.
. United States Congress. In most : will include the following r MAINSIDE
states other important information: Thursday', March 20
such as governor, Officers'l Fort Defiance .. ..Dane Clark
1. Official to whom the ballotis
ernor secretary of to be returned. Friday. March 21
will be elected.To Across The Wide Missouri. .
help you understand better 2. Person who may take oathor .. ._..__Clark Gable
other form of attestation of
the numerous terms that are used
in connection with elections, the voter. Saturday, March 22
Ali Baba & Thieves_ _
definitions 3. Whether ballot is to be marked Forty
following are provided
_. . ..Maria Montez
--oo
: by pen, pencil, or in some
a other way. I Sunday', March 23 ..

GENERAL ELECTION An 4. Latest date that marked bal Five Fingers_-- .___James Mason
election in which candidates are lot will be accepted. I Monday, March 24
elected to fill local state and Thief of Damascus __ ._
federal offices. Constitutional 5. Procedure for executing registration .:..___ ___ _.Paul Henreid
information on ballot, Tues. & Wed.larch 25-26
amendments or referendum ques-
tions are sometimes voted on in when registration is accomplish. The Big Trees_____ Kirk Douglas .,
ed simultaneously with voting. NATTCENTER
general elections. .
.
REGISTRATION-The process Thursday, March 20
by which a prospective voter be- With A Song In My Heart. _
romes eligible to vote. In most Marine Officer ._______Susan Hayward
dates this consists of filling out HONOR STUDENT-Guy Eubank, AEC, who set an all-time Friday, March 21
im official registration form. In (Continued from Page 1) record of 97.05 at AE (D) School at NATTCentcr, connects the field Ali Baba & Forty Thieves -. _

one state, the payment of a :poll "]Jis actions aided greatly in coils on a "crow set", a machine designed for technical instructionin _______ _.. Maria Monter
lax is equivalent to registering.In the success if the unit. Captain the characteristic operation of different types of motors and Saturday, March 22
several other states the enter- Petty's heroic actions were in generators. With the "crow set" a skilled electrician can make Across The Wide Missouri._._._. _
ing of a person's name on a keeping with the highest traditions either a series shunt, or a compound generator, or motor with _._ .Clark Gable
"check list' constitutes register- of the United States Naval different types of field groupings. Sunday, March 23
ing. Service." Rose: of Cimarron.Jack Buetel ...
Mon. & Tues. !March 24-25:
SETS ALL-TIME HIGH AVERAGE
ABSENTEE BALLOT-A bal- He is now also entitled to wear Five Fingers .James Mason
let used by a voter who is absent the Combat "V". Wednesday, March 26

from his voting precinct on elec- This citation was signed, Major OF 97-PLUS AT AEB) SCHOOL Thief of DamascusPaul __.. ._
tion day and therefore unable to General G. C. Thomas, U. S. Ma- Henreid

vote in person. In most states the rine Corps. NAVAL HOSPITAL
ballot is obtained upon the writ- Guy E. Eubank, AEC, established Thursday: March 20

ten request of the voter.: In others -.v-" aerc g y M, an all-time high Steel Town.._ _.__..Ann Sheridan

it. may be. obtained for him scholastic average of 97.05 in Friday, March 21
---- Okinawa '__ _._ Pat O'Brien
the AEB( ) School of NATT- Sat. & Sun. Marsh 22-23

Mf {DIVINE}) Center during the last class With A Song In- My Heart. -- ---

held. .__?.____..._Susan Hayward '
The closest previous mark to Monday, March 24
{SERVICES.)' the new record was made by a Rose of Cimarron Jack Betel
former instructor at the AEB) Tuesday, March 25
Protestant 'j School, who returned to the Across The Wide Missouri.- ___
_.____Clark Gable
His "
school student. .u n.
1630 M i Services All- ; as a averagewas
o r n n g '
March 26
Wednesday
Saints A av over two points below Eubank's. ,
Chapel.
Five Fingers..__ .. James .Mason
t9IS-Naval Hospital Chapel. ) .
W30 Sunday School. Small ChapeL wr. *
Name Air Head Pacific Fleet
Chief Eubank, on temporary Vice Adm. Harold M. Martin,
1045-All Saints ChapeL
from
additional Saufley
$ o duty
former Commander of the Sev-
Catholic attributed his high marksto
r Field,
1630' and 0930 Mass, St Edward's -: instruction received in a for- enth Fleet in Korean waters, has
Chapel. been named Air Commander of
mer school of interior electrical -
W30-St. Edwards' Chapel (Catechism communications. This is a General the Pacific Fleet, replacing Vice
Adm. Thomas L. Sprague.
Class).
Service school, not as Ana-
1030-Mass. St Edward's Chapel. costia, and Eubanks found the stated, I am most pleased to
K45--Mass at Hospital ChapeL, theory to be much the same. see such an excellent mark madein

Christian Science this class. I personally find it
Tuesday-2000 at NATTC Chap- The "B' course of the aviation almost unbelievable that this

lain's Office. ; X' III HUDDLE-Rear Adm. Richard F. Whitehead electricians school is concededby high record can be made. lie has
Mormon ,,( immander Air anti-submarine forces In Convex III, experts to be the toughest in made a mark for future studentsto
Thursday-1930-at Small Ch* stress of operations against "enemy" submarines with the Navy. The ease with which shoot at and I believe this rec-
pel. Vjji: cadet G. G. Agnew, of the Royal Canadian Air Force Eubank went through the 33 ord will be an incentive to students -
Jewish '.MIt30 mdr. Joseph T. Thornton, Jr., commander antl-snb- week course startled all hands. in the future."
.> -Monday, NATTC Auditdii11! alt In this area during the exercise:The Atlantic Lcdr. Byron Franks, officer-in) Eubank will return to Pensa- .
jum. Res are scheduled to be concluded today. charge of the AEB) School, cola this week. 4.


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-' Bishop Plans Visit Hurley a :: 1r Well-Operated Nursery Godsend Unit To Parents Who I



r a Worry Where To Send Junior i,.

In April'St.
Solace to the working Navy or ;
It about eight or
now occupies
Nursery
civilian mother is the local
Edward's Chapel will be r located, in Building 560, nine rooms, complete with kit-
y the scene of a Confirmation which is directly behind the chen, baths, sleeping facilities,
class the visit of Most; rp/ .. y% Operatingseven
upon n f ;K kst NATTC Dispensary. dining room, kindergarten room:
Reverend Archbishop Joseph F. S days a week for long hours,
Hurley, Bishop of the diocese of mothers can leave their childrenon and playrooms.
St. Augustine, April 17. an hourly or monthly basis, The Nursery will accept children
It will mark the first visit othe confident the child will receivethe of Navy and civilian personnel -
Archbishop to the Naval Air best of care and attention who are as young as she I
Station in three years. from a qualified staff. weeks up to school age. Under
a Archbishop Hurley was born Sponsored by the Navy Wives special arrangements school age
Jan. 21, 1894 and during his,life- Club. Chapter No. 86. since its children will be cared for in the
time has risen steadily' in the, r beginning in February 1947 the summertime.
ecclesiastical ranks of the church. Nursery has grown from an establishment Rates are very reasonable. On
After being ordained in 1919, he which took care of an hourly basis the charge( ia
.. was Secretary to the Apostoli, five children to a selfsupportingbusiness 25c an hour for one child, 35c an
'
Delegation in India from 1928 to which handles an ave- hour for two children (from the
1931 and held the same post in rage of 200 children daily. same family), and 45c an hour
Japan from 1931 to 1933. He became for three or more children. When
Charge d'affaires in.Japai SERVICE AT NURSERY r q y. both parents w-o-rk--or when the
and attache at the Secretariat of Service deluxe Js administered .k7w d'W mother is hospitalized and the
State in Vatican City from 193 at the NAS Nursery. At top A id d'i i children are left on a monthly
to 1940. new playground equipment has w s basis, the charge is $1.00 per day
In August 1940. he was ap been added to the indoor play- for a 10-hour period. Luncheon
pointed Bishop of the local dio room. It includes slides,. tum- kraz and evening meals are served
cese of St. Augustine and wa: ble bars and riding: horses. for 25c per meal.
consecrated in Rome Oct. 6, 194C. Playground activity is always .
He received signal honors in being ... supervised, with Mrs. James Operating hours are as follows: :
appointed\ Papal Nuncio tithe Fink and Mrs. Everett Sweatin < -
Nunciature in Belgrade, charge of this group. Lunchis Monday 0645 to 1800; Tuesday

.. ,'" Yugoslovia in October 1945. served (bottom) in the in- through Friday 0645 to 2400; Saturday -
The E lass being confirmed fant's department. Mrs. Lorraine 0700 to. 0100 and Sunday

meets each Tuesday evening at Hatcher, supervisor of w.. 1200 to 2230. -
1930 in the small chapel. Candi the department during the day, 4 rotsA { The Infants department which
dates are requested to attend the lines up her young charges for cares for children from six week
instruction class in preparing foi their specially prepared noon- to two years old. is fully equipped
the sacrament. Information i is: time meal. with cribs high chairs, play
available by calling extension area, and other facilities. Formulas

8141. DiJ Very Well are accepted at any time
Jinx for feeding infants but it is requested -

... that mothers bring babiesto
Subject 7ri Her Firsf 7Vy
Dieting the Nursery at least one hour

She>> Got' 9 Of 7m sIS before feeding time. Bottles anJ
Of Next Film jars should be marked with the
Jinx a female Collie dog be- child's name and time of feed f
longing to Sgt. Don J. Cappoof ing. This department accommodates -


<- /If Naval Clinic the Naval Air Technical ....- -. -- .- about 25 children a day,
Training Center, lived up to but has room for 37.
her name last Thursday when Get Checks Free diaper service is provided
Diet, is the subject of the film she presented her owner a lit. through the courtesy of the
and discussion to be held at the ter of nine fluffy puppies. Rockaby Diaper Service but the
regular Wednesday session at< Since it was the 13th but not $630 Given To EmployeesFor parents should bring one extra
the Naval Hospital next week Friday, and at the last count : I diaper for the child's departure.
from 1100( to 1200 for instruction there were nine, and not thir- ..
of adult female Navy dependents, teen puppies. Jinx jinxed the
The Nursery also operates Jun.
This excellent film is applicable whole plot. But since she's onlya Beneficial Suggestions ior and Senior Kindergartenclasses.
not only to prenatal patients! year and one half old and I The Junior group includes
her first family she did
who have been cautioned not to this is three and four year old
put on too much weight, but to very well. I children and Is taught by Mrs.
talk about being Sgt. Cappo, a fire-fighter instructor Thirteen checks: totalling containers
all women who grommets and grommet Allen G. Scarbrough who has a
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... '. overweight and do nothing about at the Airman Pre- $630 were awarded to employees and James H. Dye and RalphJ B. S. degree from Georgia State
it! This is a chance to learn paratory School, began an un- of the Overhaul and Wolfe Sr together received College. The Senior group is
about proper choice of foods forth usual fireman's at day 0300 when in the he Repair department and Pub- $45 for their work on aileron made up of four and five year

entire family.Yesterday's was aroused with triplets and four lic Works department last I cables on RID aircraft.A I old children and is taught by
offering was the morning with check fur $25 went to Bill Mrs. Walter H. Bedard, vVho han
second week spent on prenatalcare. hours later set was of presented triplets. He week for beneficial suggestions. B. Nelson for redesigning a bolt I an A. B. degree from Washington -
The film shown was a new another that was enough for Capt. William 0. Ken- in the forward main door top I University, St. Louis M>.

addition to the Film Library of thought one day but on the way to na, O&R Officer made the latch.to imorove locking on R4D- The morning kindergarten ses-
the State Board of Health and. work, Jinx rolled the bones fora presentations in a brief cere- 5-6 cargo doors. Julian P. Dekle sion is from 0900 to 1200 and the
this was one of the first showings natural and before the game in his office. also received $25 for his processto afternoon session is fro 1245 to
.. in Florida. Dr. R. F. Meeko was over, two more balls of mony make 3A pulleys from under- 1545. Charge for kindergarten ii:
of the Dependents Service, presided fluff had arrived for a total Largest check of $265 went to I size 4A pulleys. $10 per month. Should the
during the discussion. of nine. James O. Gaulden of O&R with 1 James H. Reed and Barney E. mother desire her child kept in
Patients from the Out Patient the second largest, $95, going to I'' Fuller received a joint check for the Nursery the portion of the
Clinic are quickly adopting the William H. Ange, also of O&R. $23 for their suggestion in bluing day he is not in kindergarten,
habit of spending this hour each Hobby Shop Space Gaulden received his award of prop blade fillet on blades the charge for this additional
.. .. Wednesday in the Hospital Auditorium for designing a puller for front I' without chafing ring. Harry E. service is 80c per day.
to view films and join For Home ArtistsNavy power section and front counter- Jarrard was, also awarded $25 *
in the discussion. held afterwards. balance of aircraft engines while for his safety slogans. Regular kindergarten instruc-
artists of the station and Ange received his for developinga I tion! is given and each room is
ttached commands will find in Type D preservation.Two with blackboards
change j Walter D. Battey's suggestionfor equipped piano -
Comdr. Owens special quarters in the new Hobby Public' books and Refresh-
checks went to making bevel lap on aileron games.
> Shop, completely equipped Works employees. Joseph E. skins resulting in a better finished ments are served in the middle
Takes Over nth easels drawing boards it Flirt was awarded $25 for his I product netted him $15. while of the period, and education:
lockers and other essentials switch in- for field trips are given the Senior
Lcdr. suggestion of a safety Carl W. Plyer also got $15
announced by
has been
V.F-173 ReinsAt Knickelbine, ,Special Serves stallation. The second check of his protective cover for a bearing group.
larry $10 went to James G. Sumpterfor part eliminating damage to In addition to the indoor and
change-of-cf>mmand ceremonies officer. of various paints a safety foot on metal scaf flange surface of these bearings. utdoor playrooms which are
last Friday morning Supplies and similar equipment fold. Albert C. Keene received a $10 fully! equipped with swings i ,
Comdr. John A. Owens relieved equired gapers, by the individual willie check for his spark plug installer slides; sand boxes and other toys,
Lcdf. Carl L. Speirs as commanding stocked priced at regular Amos T. Nicks collected $50 which is used on hot engines dur- Nursery guests are shown cartoon -
officer of Fighter Squadron lobby Shop figures, he said. for the installation of camloc ing engine check in test cells. : type movies daily. Each
Air Tuesday and Friday a professional -
173, a unit of Carrier Group
17. <. .. .. .. ', rA dance teacher from Jacksonville -
the reading of orders, gives group dancing lesson
After
.
A two-hour at
75c
for hour.
the per
the official change,
marking
ernoon nap is a part of the daily
conducted a person-
new skipper He \ outine and each child is given
nel and material inspection.
a i; daily shower
officer\
had served as executive ., .
of the squadron since reporting
in February 1951. Lunch at 1200 and supper at
aboard
,. his to as- II 800 are served on request, and
post
Relinquishing the Naval Air he food is prepared by the staff
sume duties at ,
electric kitchen.
P in a completely
Safety Activity Naval OperatingBase
Norfolk, Va., the former Before admittance all child-
. skipper remarked, "During the ens' temperatures are taken by
", the desk attendant. Admittance
two years I have had the privi- .
lege of serving with Fighter will be refused to children hav-
Squadron! 173, there has never ing temperatures over 100. or
been a severe case of disciplin- where evidence of bad cold,
inary action. Considering the ", Abrs' oughs, skin infection or other
.
time we have spent abroad, this I "J r ommunicable disease Is present.
in an excellent record." The Nursery now employs :a
Prior to his undertaking du- I taff of 17 with Mrs. Linde Forth -

_. ties of commanding officer, Lcdr, as supervisor. Nursery
Speirs also served for one year chairmen is Mrs. Carl A. Few,
executive officer. ppointed by the Navy Wives
as aboard in April 1950 he relieve I'' Hub president, Mrs. Elliott New

Lcdr. Ralph E. Elliott and in Feb ---.-- ell. All members of the staff ate
following year re- cash for their Navy mothers, with the exception -
ruary of the AWARDS FOR SUGGESTIONS of fifteen NAS employees winning
lieved Lcdr. Irving G. Peters as GAIN SuggestionsWertl"ptcseifed their checks in ceremony last week by Capt. William O. of the kindergarten teachers.
commanding officer. Lcdr. A. D. Beneficial tf Rfpdir: etlftr. From left to right are Julian P. Gekle, Ralph J. Wolfe Barney Any profits realized are re. '
C. Byers, who reported aboard Kenna. Overhaul O. OmWen.Mtalter.A. Battel. James II. Dye, Albert C. Keene, James II. Reed, aided by the Nursery for self
recently from Naval Air Station F. Fuller, James and Harry C.'Jrrard all of O & R. Also receiving checks but abseat tram the picture improvement, and much new
Corpus hristi, Texas, will take Ames T. O Nick& It, employe** Cart W.Player, William II. Ange and Bill Nelson,,:.mod executive offi,, are have been purchased recently
reins as
the
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and James G. Sumpt .!>Public Works. t> III
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Donald J Hish, ADC who con- WAYSTragedy
tributed greatly toward makingthe

squadron jet shop the smooth was averted by a narrow
organization that it is today, has margin last weekend, by one
been transferred to VF-171 for a who knew little of the seriousr.
normal tour of duty. ness of the situation. A Wave

Robert N. "Boats" Jackson, was swimming at Jax Beach j
BMC, of the First Lieutenant's when she realized that she must \
division, has been transferred to be caught in an undertow.
Air Ship Squadron Two. Swimming: in first this direction -
then that, she still made no,
Hubert R. Moody, AEM3, John
headway to the shore. With
H. Harper SN, and Weary J: special -
effort behind each
Carter, TN have all been trans- stroke.shft
with
swam all her .
strength still] .
ferred to separation for releaseto '
no closer to shore. Then nanic

inactive duty.. began to come over her, and 'she
struggled! until she was almost'out
Joseph P. Carter PNSN, and s. of breath. ,
Richard C. Patton. PNSN, have Ei ..tR She yelled to one of her com- ..

both left on TAD for instruction '' nanions, standing ,."on: shore, to .r
8t Class "A" PN School. Carter r' help her. He grinned and shoutedout

went to Bainbridge while Patton over the water, "Aw, stand
went -to Norfolk. up", '

George Baranski PISN. has returned % In water that came only to her
from Class "A" PI School s : hips, she staggered to the sand.
where he finished at the too of "Someone once claimed you
his class Ho snare "Honor Man" could drown in a CUD of water!" ,

laurels. Baranski. has returned y'- Basketball season is over. The
TAD to the 6ND print shop team's trip was a success. .. .total
where he worked for the past AWARDED GC'l\IEDALS-Thirteen men of of VF-173 were rewarded for maintaining perfect winnings, 2 out of 3 game Total
Two other men from the conduct records for the past three years. They were presented good conduct medals by Lcdr damages per olayer, 2 or 3
year.squadron are also working at the Carl L. Speirs, former commanding officer of the Squadron at change of command ceremonieslast I pounds heavier! Result: WAVES
Dinty Moore, week. From left to right are, front row Richard Meyers. A01; Gene Neal AE2; Earl Propst 48-Corrv Field 3<: Pensacola.
print shop they are,
YN3 John O'Dowd AIl L. T. Couch, ATAN back Harold A03 "
PISN and SN. ; ; ; row, Moore. ; Clarence Albertson 44-WAVES. 22: WAVF 36-
Charley Noble 7
"r., ATAN; Henry Mason, AMI; Hiram Norton A03 and Harold Mello ADI. Absent from the Whiting Field. ?8. Ruth R'chardson -.
photo are Winslow Hurley ADC; Billy Marchman, AEC and Charles Von Spreckelsen AMC., and Ann Winn had 22 points
John T. Dick AOAN, of the _._'- ._ .L ,L..
Ordnance shop, has left for sep- Jax YWCA Extends earn, in me lInt. game..

aration. Dick plans on entering FASRON 109ER ONE OF SEVEN Marian S
p. en jeer, JOS. an-
college upon his release to inactive Social InvitationsA
her
nounces n"aCement to Tom
duty. special invitation has been BROTHERS TO SERVE COUNTRY Glennon. JO2. The wedding! will
Supply lost one,more store- be in June. _
extended to all servicemen to h
keener when T. Chinn,
Harry Saturday! Mar. 22. Carmen,
AK3 his to attend the social functions heldat Number seven has more than
got papers separa- Padro MAA. will celebrate
the) sailors entered the her 1111'
just the picture ,
usual significance to ,
tion last YWCA located
Monday.The the Jacksonville
hirthdav and on the same day,
Howard L. Mayes, A02 of Fas Clarence E. Mayes joined the
Supply department has at 325 East Duval St. Rettie Tatum will be married to
ron 109 who is one of seven Navy in 1919, when the last war
hit upon a plan to decrease the On Friday evening, March 21, brothers who have been in the had been terminated. Carroll B. Cole in the Protestant
use of profanity and to make a the Business Girls Club is spon- service. Chapel, at 1400.
little cash for the Red Cross. soring a benefit game party and The start of this swelling of Mayes Twenty-four was years handed! later another, Mrs. Last weekend Virginia Rogers

They have installed collection fashion show from 1930 until the services' ranks came during shock when within married John F. Flanders and s' ...,
boxes in all of the supply work- 2300. Canasta, bridge, bunco and World War I when Howard's older three more of her sons one decidedto :year Marv J. Baraniak and Salty
ing into which all store- cootie featured the Swain were the maids of honor.
spaces are games at brother, ,John, enlisted in the get into another fracas. Brother tBrazil'
keepers to deposit
are required party. Army and sent His
was overseas. Harold enlisted in the Navy and
their smallest coin when ever During the evening girls from entrance into the service established served throughout the Normandy Mission
they are apprehended using the club will model the latestf a precedent which the invasion and later the Okinawa

"cuss words". s hi o n s from local clothing rest of the family decided to landings in the Pacific. Craft OverhauledBy
stores. There will b. prizes and carry on.John .

refreshments. got out, and the first of I Shortly after brothers Hobart Local Unit

and Howard came of age and enlisted
in the US Navy. Hobart Adding<< a unique touch to the
Receives Air Medal For was stationed at Jacksonville varied jobs it performs, Fasron
SIJ.Y, I while Howard was sent to the 109 received a familiar aircraft

S".ICiIf,:, Pacific, and subsequently saw action with very unfamiliar markings "- ..
Achievements In I KoreaGETS at Saipan and Okinawa. to pull a heavy maintenance

-- ........ ,...... ...... .. .......... .. .... ....... ... Howard was discharged at check on last week, when the
Meritorious achievement American Naval Mission to Brazil's -
Sadie heffield reports that in Memphis. After about 168 days in
aerial flight as a member of a civilian life, he re-enlisted. plane arrived.
her son,Shiell, former O&R em-
patrol plane crew against enemy Far from its home base in Rio
arived in Saudi Arabiaon Two of his brothers had been
ployee
,
forces in Korea, has won for Lt. de Janeiro, the converted R4D.
the 7th of March by plane.He busy in the meantime. John had
George A. Caldwell, Jr., now at SR is receiving engine changes,
left Jacksonville March 2 and entered the Army and spent
NATTCenter the Air Medal. I a new paint job, an interior decorating
is employed by the Fluor Cor- three years in Japan before being "
poration in Arabia. Caldwell received the Air 'discharged in 1949. job some structural
changes and several bureau
Mary Jo Ellis, daughter; of Jay Medal in ceremony at NATTCen- changes. r'
Ellis of Procurement, was the ter's personnel inspection last Brother Clyde too
was
young
Saturday with Capt. Lester K. The plane piloted by Lcdr. Er-
winner o a contest last week to enlist until July 1949 when he,
Rice NATTC officer nest S. Park is the aircraft uti-
conducted by radio station WPDQin commanding I too, donned Army khaki. While
makiientation.. lized by Admiral Van Hiemburg
conjunction with the American
Clyde was on the Korean front,
head of the mission and his staffon
Heart Association's annual The citation reads as follows: a portion of his squad was at-
drive. "For meritorious achievementin tacked 15-man of inspections.
by a group In 1946 the plane received its 'w .
aerial flight as a member of a Reds. Brother Clyde got 14 out "
Ma. Jo submitted a list of patrol plane crew in Patrol of the 15, and was subsequently conversion, changing it from the
several' hundred songs which Squadron 28 during operations awarded the Silver Star for hero workhorse category to that of a
contained the word "Heart" in against enemy forces from April ism. passenger liner. Its interior boasts
their titles and was declared win- 6, 1951 to Aug. 3, 1951. the plush fittings utilized in
Clyde and Howard the only
are planes of the diplomatic service
ner Friday aver numerous other "Participation in twenty patrol brothers in the Armed Forces at Heavy rugs, seat covers, chrome
contestants Jack Davis i
by and reconnaissance missions during this time.
fittings, not standard
WPDQ. disc jockey because sheentered this period in areas where Howard is working in the ordnance most aircraft are to be found gear on in
the longest; correct list. enemy aircraft and anti-aircraft shack at Fasron 109 wherehe profusion.The .
i <"'oria Crapse of Shop Stores fire could be expected, he con is an instructor in small arms. i 1 plush liner is used to exI -
has returned to work after undergoing tributed materially to the
suc- Proficiency in shooting and a i pedite travel Mbtween the varIous -
an oneration in the Sta- cess of his squadron. familiarity with small weapons I'' naval installations in Brazil "
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tion Hospital .Mae McDermon'ha ----ii--- "His devotion to duty was In seem to run in this service-= for the purpose of inspection .
been visiting her daughter in keeping with the highest tradi- minded:\ family tours and diplomatic missions.
Orlando. Betty Mack of Stock AIR MEDAL Capt. I tions of the United States Naval

Control is receiving compliments Lester K. Rice, commandingofficer Service" Signed: C. T. Joy, :
on her becoming new short hair. of NATTCenter presents Vice Admiral U. S. Navy, Com --T:0--

do. the air medal to Lt. mander Naval Forces, Far East. t.FZuuy. .
l George A. Caldwell, Jr., for Lt. Caldwell's group was in the
: Supply' representatives at the meritorious action in aerial actual front area for a period of ;
Industrial Mobilization Course flights in Korea.Promotion. 10 months. During this! time he
being conducted at the Little flaw Hlinicemna\ 9< PPf? nt a
i Theater on Southside are Jane Liberator in-the- Pusan-and Kim:
Burns of Civilian Personnel on For po areas.
active duty Wave Lieutenant
a a -
for two weeks, and Al Betan- He is .presently assigned as instructor
OfficerWord
) court. VC-5 in the Aviation Ground
Officers School.CPO .
j As
your correspondent is departing of his promotion to the .
I Supply, we wish to ex-
t press our appreciation to all rank of Commander .was received

r, those who have helped gather last week by Lcdr Layman D. NotesBingo J

news of general; interest to Sup- Moyers, administrative officer of ,
: ply-ers during the past: few i Friday night with the
VC-5. The promotion dates from
a weeks, especially Flora Funken- new Bingo/. chairman, Neil Murphy -,;
stein, Leonard Phillips, SKSA, July 1, 1951.Comdr. BMC, officiating. Murph I

Wjlhelmina Rieeel, Betty Hoyt, Moyers, who is a native has promised several changes in
1 Pauline Tvre, Bill Light, Harvey of West Virginia, attended the present Bingo setup.
Lance, Marv Jo Garvey, Marvin
i Mel Coody will play Saturday
Highsmith. Suzanne Elliot, Clara Glenville State Teachers Collegefor night at the club. Music will

r Soepr. Scotty Brown, AA, Har- three years and then taught start at 2045 and secure at 0045. ,
riett Knott. Myrtle Faircloth, school for several years before Uniform will be optional for the ,

,,, Margaret Wilson. Jay Ellis, entering the service in 1940. dance. t* ij
Oarie Spivey. Ruth Johnson, j
North Moose Hall, new club president, -- -- ---- -
Mary Le Endicott, and Eunice He has served in Africa, -
rt' Russell % England, the Azores, at Gibraltar had the first Board of Governors MISSION PLANE GETS FACE.LlFTING-While Lcdr. Er-
rm Guam. at Newport, R. I., meeting of the new regime yes.. nest SPark and Hob Long ADC discuss what is still to be done
When ships are in formation Patuxent River Md., and Pensa- terday. Minutes of the meeting the United States Naval Mission to Brazil's plane gel k face and
me astern the other, they are said cola with a tour of duty at Albuquerque will be posted today.A figure lilting in Hangar 140 here. Crouched on the wing working
to be in column as distinguishedfrom : .. with an,armed free juke box dance will be on hydraulic lines are Frank Ferrill AM3 and Hunter Shoemaker -
]line formation when they forces spe' l'eapoeir project held Sunday from the hours of ,,AV, both of Fasron 109. After work is finished the pUn
are abreast one another. nt'Judt -- /'. 1845 to 2230. will go b.ck into the diplomatic service.

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VF-171 Fasion 109, VC-5. Fasion 51. VF-174, VP-3 ReportScouting VA-175 Member


I Cited For WWII

i Jacksonville Area Squadrons 1

I I Pacific Action ;

VF-171 Charles!. Vickery, AM2, who
An enviable experience happening have been having laudable success I For meritorious service end
\1 to one of the squadron1! in the Keystone Heightsarea. outstanding heroism'a ainst enemy 'I
'A personnel this week was Glen A Japanese forces while attached
Mathis, PR2, receiving orders tc Despite incidents like Vickery to Patrol Squadron 42 durinp
report for flight training at Pen. falling into the'*H20 on the last the first year of World War II
sacola. Mathis qualified for the trip when he started to climb Barney Henry, ADC. Attack
program through USAFI work into the boat they hauled in some Squadron 175, was awarded the
and tests. fine large-mouth bass with the Navy Unit Commendatio" Ribbon

The squadron party held at the average weight running about during ceremonies" ; held last
Seminole Hotel last Friday I two pounds. i isrr week:

.. .. proved to be one the VF-171 will Under the guidance of' Lt. (jg) ___ Lcdr. Ross A Knight, execu-
long remember as a huge success. Chester E. Kinesburv, education tive officer presented the award
Two of VF-171's officers Joined officer and Duell F. Smith, ADC,, and .Station which read in part:
the ranks of brown baggers his assistant, classes qualifying "Undeterred by extremely Incle-
recently 'when Ensign Walt Ohl- non-rated men for advancementwere ment weaker, the lack of navigational
f" started this week. aids and overwhelming
-r rick mc.-ried the former Miss Dorothy
..... Thomas of Jacksonville and Ship and air recognition is being numerical superiority of the advancing ;
Ensign Phil Shultz said 'I do''' handled by Henry J. Definers Japanese Patrol Sau d-
with the former Miss Pat Porn ALC security by Lcdr. RockafordL. ron 42 flew vulnerable PBY air-
of Lake Florida. Phillips electronics by EllisE. craft from Aleutian bases' over
City,
eroy' Austin, ATC, gunnery and laR>t '1 t.a treacherous terrain and icy waters .
Six new crew. members and lookouts by Joseph E. Foltz, to carrv out tViir. ; vital p"
two officers reported aboard for AOC and wo' "hts and balancesby signment

i squadron duty last week. Coming Ernest N Wright, ADC. Citation Cites Acts
from the Service Test Branch ol '
In USAFI and corespondenccwork
"Taxed to '! limit of their
NATTC Patuxent River was er
: 90% of the officers have
Lcdr. Malvern H. Bell while Lt, work different subjects durance they struck devastator
begun on
(jg) Edwin L. Dennis arrived but the enlisted personnel are blows against strongly defended
land and surface units.
enemy
aboard from flight training at
Pensacola. lagging far behind. New crew ..,... delivering brilliantly executed '

t"f W. AOAA members reporting aboard older seem ANNUAL INSPECTION Personnel of Fleet 1-Weather' I torpedo anu dive bombing attacksin
? George Harper, ,, to be more eager than
their determined efforts to delay
Donovan L. Wilson AOAN, Jackson members for the program with Training Unit at NAS Key West are inspected by Rear Adm. Os- I
W. Gregory AOAA James; many of the later arrivals con- borne B. Hardison, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville during recent and harrass the enemy.
L. Meicher YNTSN, Edward P. cerned about straightening out administrative inspection of the unit. With Admiral Hardisonis Helps Souadrrn Record
Guindon Jr., AF2 and Donald their college: credits or catchingup Capt. J. C. Toth, commanding officer of FAWTLANT. The visit "The splendid record achieved
J. fish ADC were the others: on their work. was part of the intensive inspection conducted annually by all by this comba group against
welcomed aboard. Fleet Air units that come within administrative command of tremendous odds is a tribute to

Departing last week for a six One of these is Roger H. Davis Commander Fleet Air Jax I the unyielding perseverance and

month course of instruction atAM'B' ADAA. who joined the Navy courageous fighting spirit of its
AD3 who dis- Personnel transferred
recently recently
was officers and reflects the
school at NATTC, Mem. during: his sophomore year at Syracuse Christi and include Claude Wells AM2 men.
at
charged Corpus highest
credit P-trol Squadron
Davis has beenin unon
phis was Robert Taggart, AM2.: Universit" I
during shipped over a short time laterat and Roger W. Zeran, A Tl. 42 and the United States ;Naval
under
just a year,
Wallace C. Camden and
Ensign Charleston. In the proud papa department Service." .
Ensign Richard A. Gregory were which time he went through recruit George E. Harris, AD3, claims
school here Prior to aboard
also transferred! to schools. Ensign training.: AN'P' the latest arrival but Lee G. Ma- reporting as
Fasron 51
Meml"lhis.Since' maintenance chief with VA-175
and AD'A at I ,
school
?
Camden is attending the han, ADAN has been standing by
the squadronhe Four good conduct awards I Chief Henry attached to Patrol
arriving n was
two-week school in close air and arrival of
support waiting the a
have arrived in the personnel
transferred Squadron 8 Quonset Point
credits ,
has had his
-y at Little Creek, Va.. while and has office for presentation to Fasron 'little bit of heaven'. This will be I IR. I.
University
Ensign Gregory is at NATTC to Texas 51 members. Allen E. Denman the second for the Mahans.An '..
studies for
his
started furthering During World War II he served
here taking the ten-week coursein to lose a girlfriend
them with easy way
AO1 will three Ox
,
in business administration. cop with Patrol 42 45 61
a degree Squadrons ,
aviation ordnance. and her car, complete with
the last going to Doyle S. Demp-
radio and heater, John W. Watson and Fleet Air Wings Four and
week A03.
for six last sev. Six
Fasron 109 Shioping/ over Colwell. AN. Going to Bernard T. Lincoln, AA, has found is to fail to

Fasron 109 is looking forwardto was An; Ervin Alabama'Chuck'boy and girl exchanged AK1, is a well deserved pat on keep a date. I Havin'- spent several days in
better days in the sports field vows recently when I the back for his exemplary workin I I sick bay due to a severe back
now that basketball time has fine TC-5 the squadron supply department VF174For sprain, John A. McMullen, ADI.
Robert R. Ray AN, ,. I
passed and the Softball is having passed the 1,000
season co-starred ina So well has Lincoln been our "Irish Tenor" is back on the
basketball
rolling around. A clarion call for plaver Another doing his work he is sometimes I hour mark with a perfect safety job with a slight starboard list

players as well as rooters is being nair marriage of newlyweds ceremony.is Donald R. referred to as the backbone of record, the squadron extends A glorious 15 days was recently
sounded to help insure a top AT2 and his bride, who the supply unit. I congratulations to Ensign Bob I spent by Merle *"ie, AEAN with
notch in the softball totem. If the Evans, Schaub. His excellent record includes
.... married in Connecticut. Now listed on the leave boardis his parents out Texas way.
practice is indication the were 131 carrier landings during
any Willie Anderson, TN, who is
DenisF
Shore dutv bound are I On the winning: side of a recent
prospects look fine.Congratulations two Med. cruises, three
home in Mobile, Alabama on
ADI and Aaron GeoreeBox"
Snringfield. court contest was
to Hartford Caribbean and
Midshipmancruise.
W. Delo ALl. Delo will reportto shipping over leave and RichardE. a "Rocker Chid'ster. AD3.
Blount AD3 who just shippedover NATTC Corpus Christi for I Tripp, DTG3 now visiting his Too bad he wasn't as fortunate
for six and to Leroy Me- I home town of Walpole Mass. Since entering the Navy in with the
further transfer. the bucking broncs at rodeo
Mull in, ADC; "R. V. Dashner, Transferred last week for separation Just back from leave is Oren E. i December 1949, Ensign: Schaub in Ocala.Attending .
AOC; Clyde Goodwin, AM2; Mitchell Comoier Meyer, AMI, after 10 days of re- who is personnel officer, has
Clyde Montgomery, AN; and Eugene was 'dutv station' re- laxation in Chamblee, Ga. I flown more than five types of the Air Support
Carlson ADI who have PRAN. His next Course for aviators with the am-
just Joseph
.' in Oklahoma. Congratulations to Comdr. aircraft in accumulating his first
their first month of portedly is home phibs is Ens. Walter .. Hatfield
completed a BuAir involving O. Buchanan for his recent 1,000 accident-free hours. During
... six cruise. Duty with while William C. Berry AMI
commander. the
year for promotion to full competitive bombing exercises
next month
-r fl"ing: will begin just returned from "B" school in
Joe Williford, AT2 and Mike B. Gilkeson executive Arriving on board for duty held in 1951 he was
Drape have returned to Fasron Comdr. officer.Fillmore He has been with during the last few days has been awarded the Navy "E". Memphis, bristling with knowl-

after completing seven weeks at VC-5 since 14 November 1949. Charles B. Spoon. AD1, John A. Adding to the squadron's complement edge. .
the FAETULant advanced electronics in the squadron Russell. ADI. Willie V. West, last week were Ensigns
school, at NAS, Norfolk, New personnel Lewis F. Lucas. ADI, AD3, Edward A. Vitt. ADAA, Charles Greenwood and Francis VP-3

.. Virginia. include NAS Jax, William H. Hal John J. Noonan. ADAA, ClaudeW. Duffy who reported aboard from In orde. to stimulate intrr-
Everyone: lost a friend when from Memphis, James Stafford ADAA. and Ralph ComAirLant while Joseph W. squadron competition, commanding -
Larry Sheppard ADC, departedfor sev TD3, from graduate of re- L. Ohnesorge, ADAA, Welcome Hillman, AKA, was heartily officer Louis E. DeCamp has
:
SA
J Kelly, i i
VS-32 at Quonset Point, and Perry Hayes, aboard. welcomed in the material gang. authorized one afternoon off for
Rhode Island. The entire squadron cruit training, Last uraolra column r.-. nnrtpH the division showing the largest
wishes him well in his new LANDING tht'Lt.: (('fgY C. 'V-: "Doc" Burch contribution per man in the cur
billet. 1, Ooth was engaged; turned out that his rent Red Cross drive.Arrangements' .
A verv belated welcome aboard -Just after beautiful brunette is a brand are being made
Is due Walt Moore, ADI; Marvin completing h I s new Olds "88". for' the purchase of the squadron
Hauson, SH2: Henry Bartlett, squadron's1000th Although unannounced scuttle insignia in cloth and decal form.
AM2 and Charlie Lovins, SN. landing butt is that wedding bells will The insignia is a husky dog witha
soon ring for Harvey Fleurent, snow capped background behind
VC-5 aboard the USS asv't AN. For T. K "Digger" Gurtner, and has been used since

Among the ardent fishermen in I Tarawa. Lt. (Jg) AO1, they have already rang as 1938.

VC-5 are Ambrose W. Cionirfger, !I. !Max Stultz re- he substantiated recently when Franklin T. Greene. AEMAJi,
I AO2 Joseph E. Foltz, AOC. and I ceives the con he returned from leave and left for his home in Bass River
gratulations ofLcdr. school to report that is now a Mass last week where he'll) spend
V member of the notorious clan of the 20 leave,
Herman largest part of a day :
,
PILOT STULTZ "brown baggers": John A. Pringle. AF2 cleared 29
W. Rob e r son, days from his! leave: record as he ,
MAKES 1000th Landing Signal Eugene Brummett AE3, who scheduled a Pennsylvania visit
also joined the "ranks" recently,
officer while VF- 3 has submitted an application for The past t\s'o weeks all squadron :
VF-22 LANDING 22's commanding 3 shore duty. "Gene" surely ratesit members have been taking:
officer Comdr in their annual routine blood checkat
having spent over ten years
, Operating In the Mediterranean William E. Fly seagoing outfits. the Infirman and at the completion
,... off the USS Tarawa (CV- looks on. of the tests will return
40)), one of Fighter Squadron22's for a chest X-rsv

pilots Lt. (jg) Max Stultz Music' On VP-3's bask." all team finished
has just made his squadron's [ 'Three Plays With Tap TonightTonight the season with a 2-7 record and

earner.' while they d. 't cop any league
championships they still gave a I Igood
boasts a fine safety at 1930 in the NATT- Theatre, Dublin, and Maureen lighted audiences in 1845. Whenit ; account of themselves: ; in
: '"11 record, for in the thousand Center auditorium, the Touring with the Abbey was revived on Broadway in every cuting. Donn Hickman, .
;,!.'(: landmgs they have, had but Players Inc. present'' their unique Toal, five years 1924, it ran for 235 performances. 1NSN, and Bill Davis, AA, lead
'';.'.> two minor accidents; and no Plays With Theatre, are featured in this The music is by Jim Wise and the squad o:'ers with Jack
"Three
personnel injury. production play. lyrics of Dick Bimonte Griffin;< AEAN pressing tightly,
;.'. ':' The majority of their jet Music." There Is no admission "Brewsle and Willie", second atrol Squadron Three ccm-

landings have been aboard the charge. No tickets are needed. offering of the evening is the sad Touring Players, Inc. now on pleted operations in Convex III,
"Terrible T" since they received Music by William Stevens, a funny and wonderful dilemma ofa their 7th national tour, was organized the Atlantic Fleet Maneuvers,
the jets in place of their Carnegie Hall folk singer links group of GI's in Paris on VE abroad in 1945. They the past week, during which time
F9F's in "ay of 1951. the variety of outstanding Amer- Day. Dramatized by Ellen Violett have been steadily proving that the flight crews flew round-the-
Fighter Squadron 22 participated ican plays included in this pro- and Lisbeth Blake, it is the Gertrude audiences Tor good professional dock for a total of more than
) Lantflex '52, the giant duction. Stein story of a group of theatre exist many miles from 'TOO hours. The ajority of this!
Atlantic Fleet exercises held "Londonderry Air" by Rachel GIs in Paris on the eve of home Broadway.Praise % lime was'accumulated in the
; during the Autumn of 1951 and Field, best '. nown for her novel aom in g. comes from all directions squadron's new P2V-5X' the only' r
was a part of the Naval Air "All This and Heaven Too" opens 'The final play is a completely for the work of Touring group operating with this typo of

arm of Commander Sixth Fleetin the evening. It is the tale of a musical comedy with book by Players, Inc. and thei. presentation aircraft.
southern European waters.At strolling Irish musician-who res. Ellen Violett based on Mrs. of "Three Plays with Music" An audible sigh of relies was PIl.W
Mowatt's "Fashionor promises to be an event long remembered heard when the last flight landd -
the present time Comdr. cues a dreamy girl from a.life of Anna Cora -.
William E. Fly is commandingofficer drudgery/ with a stolid farm fam ,. Life in New York". It is as by theatre fans aboardthe ? and normal working and liberty
of the squadron.' ily. Milo O'Shea of the Gate fresh today as when 'it first de. station. hours were resumed.

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1932! : tentative baseball ,
schedule for the Jax Navy Fliers 5.ott ;

has been announced, listing 41 $ :
home encounters, 38 on the road :
and the Si-:th Naval District ')

tournaments, August 4 to 17.
All home engagements will be

played on the Mason field diamond
and personnel will be admitted


free.The Schedule Clubs Move Into FinalsOf

March.. 21.eor.Rla; Teachers home
.. 22-Georgia Teacheis, home
Z Stetson. home
:!Amherst.. home "

""" 31 28 Piesbjteilan.--Stetson.Presb>'terlan., home away home Intramural Cage Play :

April.. 2-Floilda U. "B" away
3-Florida U. "8', home .
.". 4-Tampa. home The curtain came down last week on the 1951-52 NAS intramuraL ..r .
.* 6 5--Tampa Ralford, Prison away7Fitzgerald home cage scrimmage, only to be raised again for play-off com .
.
." Ga away petition which is already underway,
9-Jax Beach Sea Birds home Irt w?C, At press time, three American
"" lt>-Jax: Beach Sea Birds away league teams were still -engaged win of the week, downing NAR-
11-Moodv AFB. home
,". 12-Moody AFB. home in battle to determne representatives TU, 8473. Chuck Reichenback,
1ft-Rollins College away to vie with the National netted 29 markers for the reserves
18-VNarner Robins AFB home ii : and teammate Gordon '
circuit for the NAS flag.
19-Warner Robins AFB, home
22-Rollins College home HAW-1. Fasron Six: and VC Schott added 26. The Fasron attack

24--Camp: Leieune. homer5Camp 62 all finished regular season activities was spearheaded by Bailey's
.. Lejeuno, home 21 points and Bradley. Kidd's 17.
27-Ralford Prison away2Sleorgla I I with 8-1 slates and in the
M Teachers away National league ComFair Jax With their eyes set on the
Charleston- (' away and Communications terminated American league pennant, VC-

Miy Charleston: Navy Nahome home I play with similar records.A 62 and HAW-1 tangled in one of

.". !Warner Robins AFB, away | playoff was necessary in the best games seen all season,
6-Warner Robins AFB. awayBCharleston VC-62 edging the visitors 6866. ',
.. both divisions to determine the y ?
..'. Charleston' Marines Mailnes' home home t First and second place representatives VC-62 enjoyed a 40-33 margin
12-MacDIII AFB. afcay and in the only completedplay at half time and went into a
1?-MdcDIU AFB away thus far, Communications freeze during the waning minutesto
14 home
-Whiting Field.
., defeated ComFair 63-49 for the annex the verdict.
17-Whiting Field. home |i I ,
2 V-Fort Jackson. away BACKBOARD SCUFFLE-Rebounding action In last week's junior circuit title. Stewart claimed 29 points for -

"" 21 2V-Fort MacDill Jackson.AFB, home away i I I intramural cage play between VC-62 and HAW-1 ''finds Buck the winners while Tom Tobin
24--MacDIII AJo 8. home' "** 2G-Sanfold NAAS: away (No. 6)). Watching the play are Doc Edwards (No. 14) of league found Fasron Six I with 31 counters.

a 27>--Sanfold W, Palm NAAS.Beach. home away IIA W.I and Ralph Stewart of VC-62. VC-62 took the hard fought drawing a bye and HAW-1 and ,. a a aIn

31-\\', Palm Beach' home fray, 866.Fliers, VC-62 slugging it out in a 74-61 its playoff tilt for the Na- ....
June" 2-Mood)' AFB, away affair with the heavy airmen on tional loop flag Communications :,
3-Moody AFB away top.; Tuesday night the Fasron overcame a 34-33 intermissionlead
It-Patrick: AFB. home
6-Patrick AFB. home Open 52 Baseball squad did battle with the win by ComFair Jax to win 63-
"
12-Patrick AFB away ners for the loop championship, 49.In
13 Patrick AFB.
away the first round of the three
16-Camp Lejeune away the losers playing VC-62 for sec
,. 17Cani| Lejeune away ond place. and the other playoff way runoff for the American ... ..,..
.. .". 2O-Sanford NAAS! home berth. league title HAW-1 avenged it'*
Here
21 21--Ssnfoid Pan'Is Island.NAAS. home away Campaign FridayJohn That's the way the playoffs previous loss to VC-62, 74-61,

24-Parrls Island. away stacked up entering the first and won the right to meet Fas .
** ..
Charleston Maitnes away round Wednesday at 2000, the ron Six for the championship.
".. 27*-Orlando AFB. home McCaffrey, who last year started the season with the Jax winner of the HAW-1-Fasron Tobin and Doc Edwards were
1'lando AFB home
July,. Whiting- FleM' away Navy Fliers nine, but was forced out of action shortly afterwards, Six contest meeting ComFair the key men for the winners,
Wtiltlng Field away gets the nod for Friday's 1952 baseball opener with Georgia Teachers Fax. Thursday night Communications dropping 24 and 23 points re
4-Eglln AFB home diamond at 1600.
Field
5-Eelln AFB. home College on Mason will meet the second spectively. Al Bullard kept pace
7-Orlando AFB away Saturday the Fliers again host place American league entry at with 25 points for VC-62 and
the lettermen from
are returning
1O 8--Oilando Pauls. Island.AFB. home away the Georgia Teachers and then I the 1951 edition of the Fliers, 1930 and Friday the title will be Stewart added 19. ...
Stetson University travels
11-Parrls Island. home Tuesday who went through the season decided when the two winnersof Other games last week saw-
"' 15-W. Palm Beach away here for a single encounter.On first round tilts tangle at 2000.A Personnel gaining a forfeit from
with a 27-20 record bowing to
16-W. Palm Beach
Amherst Collegeof
away
Wednesday First HAW-1
Lieutenants downing I
preliminary at 1830
18-Open the Parris Island Marines in the game
1Q-opl'n Massachusetts stops over on finals of area play for will determine the third and Fasron 109, 60-31, and Special ..:. I K,
22-Kessler AFB. away its southern invasion for a one representation fourth place finishers for pointsin Services, NARTU and VP-3 ,
Sixth Naval District
2.1-Kessler AFB, away in the
.. stand. Next Thursday Presbyterian
day wins
25-Fort Jackson home26Fort tourney. the Iron Man trophy chase. notching on forfeits from
".. Jackson home College opeos a two. First Lieutenants, Cecil Field
:Charleston Navy away games series with the Fliers at Coughlin, a consistent puncher, Regular season play came to a and VP-741 respectively,
"' :Charleston Navy away the local orchard, led the locals last season with a torrid close last week as VP-3 Final league befol'ethe
A-i?. 2-Kessler' AFB, home .325 mark and his bat is expectedto standings
3-Kessler AFB. home Seek Revenge opened play with VP-5, the latter playoffs:
August 4 to 17-Sixth Naval District Last the Fliers bowed to be a big factor in the outcomeof five on top 5848. The losers AMKRICAX: LEAGUETeam
Tournaments.Auc. year the 79 scheduled tilts for 1952. W J. .
1H-Eglln ft:. way; the visiting Teachers three timesin "Both Schuckers and Hathcoxcan trailed only four points at halftime Fasion Silt 8 1 .
'
lS-Eglin away four the but couldn't match the VC-62 8 1 '
outings, copping ser 't
lose the ball for you, Mc- HAW-1 .
fourth stanza push that VP-5 8 1 e
ies 4.1 at'home and being
opener Caffrey said, and he related that VP.5 5
edged out by a single run in the he looks forward presented. Earl Ryan of the winners Field 5 : -e.
Cindermen Trek to a good sea
remaining tilts. led the scoring parade with Cecil 4 3
son with strong competition. Fasron lob 3 Ii
29 points while Donn Hickmanhad
Head coach Frank McCaffreywill
VP-3
lift 2
Following its recent face
center his offensive strength 20 for VP-3. VP-741 1 5 ,
Northward ForTwelveMile ing job, Mason field is in excel
around right fielder Bill Schuck- Fighting for playoff berths, VF-13 0 ,
lent condition and officials intend NATIONAL: I.KAC.UK:
ers, and will open with Tommy to maintain it as the Fliers which both obtained, Fasron Six Team VT L
Neely second base, Jim Coghlin, downed VC-62. 72-63, with a well Communication 8 1 I >4
RunA host no less than 41 foes throughthe ComPalrJiic" 8 t ti t
balanced attack led by Carter
third base, and short stop George session. Hospital 7
I
summer : and Bill who had 19 and 2
Ligon. Bailey, Peisnnn t C
pair of the Naval Air Station's Outlook Promising 16 points respectively.Noel Supply 5 : I
top cinder churners competed Preaseau canned 22 and O fc 3 s
in the South Atlantic Athletic Frank Hathcox, left field patrolman Softball Marines .1
Bob Reinhardt in ManagersMeet Ralph Stewart 13, but the Cecil Special Services' 3 s
Social Club's annual 12-mile center
Field aggregation couldn't over First IU. 2 T
Dick Brock at first and : March 28
cross country run last weekendIn the 34-28 intermission Operation 0 ,
come
.
Baltimore and both are slated Lenny Faustyn, behind the plate, Managers or representativesof bulge. i

for further action as members of complete the lineup. NAS Softball teams inter Communications took an early
the Fliers track squad. Neely, Coghlin and Faustyn ested in entering teams in the lead in their battle with Supplyand AN Students Trip

The duo, Jim Carnes and Gene NAS intramural Softball went on to defeat them, 5648 -
Fields, was the sole entry in the VF-173 Gains league are requested to be Norman Reitz paced the '
single heat event, which is an I present at a meeting to be held losers; with 17 'points and Ed Dispensary to Cop -: }

annual run for some of the top March 28 at 1000 in Building Wagner meshed 27. for the winners -

flight distance men throughoutthe i FDR HonorsWith 930. Center TitleANP
Cage
country. Fasron Six notched it's second
v Less than a week before departure -
time Fields pulled a ten- approximately 92 percent .. ..... ) Students won the NAT-
wins, Fighter Squadron 173 r ,
returned
TC Intra-Mural Basketball Cham.
don in his calf, but gave it the
recently from a Mediterranean 4' 5. pionship last week
full treatment with heat lamps by defeating
cruise as winner of the Dispensary in twe
and in time straight
whirlpools for com
.
USS Franklin D. Roosevelt 1951- .. .. .
petition. g
52 intra-mural basketball trophy The
Aside from their cross country Students finished the regular .
work both boys hold down postson !; Comprising the winning team season in a tie with AE!
the local cinder team currently were: Roland R. Peters, AD3, R School for the National League'y
working out at NATTCenter. John J. Turo, ADS, Mose N. title: with an 18-3 record. AE -t t-',JI

Carnes runs the 880 and mile Sewell, AN, Warren E. Meyer, School was defeated by the Students ,. :v i"
while Fields specializes in the ADAN Robert Farinelli, AN, in a three-game playoff. ,'
..' mile and two-mile. Rolf Hartman, AN Clifton W. Dispensary took the laurels in
a Amiel, AE2, and Lt. (jg) Kyle the American League with. a 19-2 ,

Woodbury record. 4 : r
VC-62 Lagers Whip Intra-mural trophies i were The Students won the first ,I '

awarded the eight court men by playoff game, 46-33, in a loosely ,
Fasron Six For Lcdr Carl L. Spiers last Friday played game. Mewhirter led the .

morning. Presentation of the scoring for the Students with 20 ,
: Commercial Title II awards were made during points,' while Hoberg of Dispensary .
change-of-command ceremoniesin had 11. .
VC-G2, a finalist in the NAS which Comdr. John A. Owens 4 l The second game was also won r I .

Intra-mural cage scramble, added relieved, Lcdr. Spiers as com by the Students, 43-38. Dispen. :,.' a .
I thfe Jacksonville Commercial manding officer. sary, playing without the sere ... -

". League championship to their During the five month cruise, ices of their leading scorer, Ho-
string of basketball victories last the winning five lost.their only berg, who was out with an injured

',t week as they downed Fasron Six, game to VF-174. In addition to .... leg managed to stay in the .
77-75, with a torrid fourth quarter the 14 intra-mural games, they game up to the final minutes, but
spurt. played the FDR junior varsityand BASKETBALL ](ONORS-, onir.tuIaUons are extended to the height of the Students was "
Thtwinners trailed C-52 entering the quintet from the des basketball trophy winner Roland Peters, AD3 by his former too much for the Corpsmen. Me- "

!f the final stanza but put I troyer USS Cobb. commanding officer Lcdr. Carl L. Speln during ehange-of-com- whirter again led the Students 'r
the damper on the Fasron five I Prior to the trophy awards, mand held last Friday by VF173., Trophies were awarded Individually scoring with II, while Gillespieof
I at that point and with Al Bui- individually inscribed billfolds to eight .members of VP-1f.who'composed the 1951-53 Dispensary made 19.
.? lard and Glen Peterson showing I were presented the hoopsters by Intra-mural basketball championship team aboard the USS Franklin Next week the Students will
the way, went on to annex the I squadron personel'durinjj a party D. Roosevelt during a recent Med cruis Standing to left and meet the NAS champs for the

t '& title.' held last month. rgfht of Peters are CUt n Amid, AES, and John Taro, ADS.. Station title. .,_ .. .

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20 March 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven "

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Marines, ANP( ). ; : .. ;:' : :. .: .t. << >> Boxers Vie ForAllNavy
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Students Share ,'. .!.\' !.:;:.,- :.:.""".":". ".'.: '., 0,.f',' :t -k":.;'." ;'; {t\<>c.'":..:.,..:. "l.':;Vi<.::...;,..: ". .: .,, tf':, ::4;: "f' ',,.,'" BerthsAt
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Marines gained a first Cherry PointMittmen

place tie with ANP) Students
., last week in NATTCenter's bowl- from all over the
t') xa Sixth Naval District will converge
ing intra-murals, by picking up
seven points to the Student's on Cherry Point for the
Individual Eliminations to be

live.They have 25 points apiece af- r held there beginning April 23:as
ter three weeks of play. AE a means of making ready for theAllNavy
School is close behind with 24 i boxing eliminations to
points. ",, be held in San Diego in late
Nine more bowlers, one of April.
them a Wave joined NATTCen- Men who win at Cherry Point
ter's "200" CUib. They were: will travel to Green Cove
Carlson, ANP( ) Students, 229; Springs to participate in the
Greene, AE School, 222; Doering, South Central Navy champion
\ Personnel, 215; Cunningham, AO ships. These men will go to San
Ship's Co. & B Students, 214; Diego to compete with the.
Hotard, AircraftMaint.., 206; champs of various Navy groups
Trojie, Waves, 212; Schreck, ANP including, Southwest, Northwest -
( ) Students, 209; Podelsky, ANP Pacific Fleet, Far East, .
( ) Ship's Co., 205; Allison, ANP THE HOME DIAMOND South Central, Northeastern,
( ) Ship's Co., 201. Middle Atlantic, and the Atlantic -
Third weeks standings: Much energy and time goes Fleet.

ANIP Trim< ) Students .. ... ._Polnli 25 into the upkeep of a good Winners in these events will
Marine I ........ .. 25 baseball diamond. Jax Navy's o Y, aN Kd represent the Navy in the Olympic -
.
nsaYwy {rr
AEi School)r .._:....::._..:::.::::::::__?. 25 Mason Field with f os M regional trials to be held irs
AO Ship's Co. & B Students _. 23 varsity field. ,
Aircraft Malnt.l ?._......... ....??......... 17 its grandstand shown above, Kansas City, Mo. in mid-June.
ANP( ) 's:7: : ::::::: ._. J7Commissary 17 has been put In excellent shape ti ooec :y New weight limits will permit

Special Sen Ices -....?................. 14 boxers to go up a few pounds in
Dispensary ..? .. ..._._. _? 14 for the coming campaign. The each class of weights. The addition
AK School ._ .. . .._..... 13
work
: : :: : ? : bottom view shows the classes
, ..7 Personnel .. .... ..._. .:... ... -- 12 of two more weight
AO "A" Students .. .. .. ..:.... ? 30 done on the infield apron and will give brawlers who cannot
Waves ._ _......... .. .__ 3 s get to maximum weight a
up
outfield. The loose sand has L
chance to compete on a more
been hardened with clay Thisis
even basis.
VolleyballersFinish just another of the many Light-welterweight and light-

facilities for athletics and recreation a V middleweight classes have been

Fourth at the station.Swimmers ensw..w.R ri : ?b'ai..,,.,. .,.?... .. .........: ,. v .......... added 139 and with 156 pounds restrictions respectively.put at

Ready to joust for Jax Navy at

r 'At Memphis Bid PLENTY OF SHADE AND COMFORT the Point are; Jacky Cunning .
ham at 132 in the lightweight,
Ted Miller at 147 in the welter,
Jax Navy volleyballers gar-
nered fourth place against some Mason Field Put Into Top ConditionFor Lionel Broxton in the llghtmid-
of the toughest competition in For AAU HonorsAt dleweight at 156, Monte Slade
the nation in the Mid-South scaling the new middleweightlimit
...,. Tournament played at Memphis Coming Fliers Baseball SeasonThe of 165 and Moe Weinsteinin
Tenn., last week-end. Hollywood the light-heavy at 178.

Houston, Texas, strong con- Station's number one baseball diamond Mason Field, is .

... tender for national honors took now in tip-top shape, probably in the best condition it has ever
the tourney without losing a Bidding for AAU recognitionJax been Linksmen Drub
'
game. Each team was forced to Navy's swimming team will The sandy texture of ground
play 16 games in one day to de- vie with various colleges and around here has caused many Capt. Charles Mason, then Commanding -
cide the championship in the high schools for team laurels in callouses and blisters to be Officer, officially dedi-I Eglin Again To
round-robin series. the 1952 AAU Florida swim meetto formed oi> the hands of field cated the field in April, 1942.
Beat Rival Whiting be held this Sunday at the workers from Special Services, field now bears his name.A I
... Whiting Field. Florida Statechamps Hollywood Casino in Hollywood, as constant attention must be rich history has been madeon Post Sixth WinEglin
and arch rivals of Jax to the and infield. the field in its short 10-year
paid
Navy, were humbled by the Fla.The team has been molded into grass life. Many exciting games have Air Force Base fell victim
Mason Field club house is com-
I Fliers, 16-14, and 14-12. Time fair announced coach been played and a large numberof to the Jax Fliers golf team
shape,
I mss. ran out in the second game since Alfred Brady and at present is plete in its facilities! having two big leaguers have made the Monday for thp- second time this
portable whirlpools, heat lamps,, rounds of the bases during this 25Vi-19l2 the win marking
only eight,::: minutes are allowed composed of 10 men. locker and shower facilities for season, -
in regulation play. time. the sixth decision in seven
The Fliers also gained the dis- "Snag" Holmes, former Gator use by the Fliers and visiting ath- An item of interest that made outings for the Navy linksmen.
performer, figures as one of thesquad's letes. headlines at Mason Field is the
tinction of being the only team Last week the Fliers gained a
best' bets to win in competition
to than eight points fact that on June 29th, 1950, eight defeat-
score more split in dual competition
He will enter the 1500 The stands capable of seat-
are
by a bolt of
dropped
against the Houston Cowboys, men were ing Florida State, QU-S'/i, and
meter Junior Men's free style. 600 fans with extra
bowing to the eventual champions ing over lightning while playing a gameon bowing 25 -2-l1'. to the Univer-
15-12 and 15-13. The diving combine featuresGil bleachers erected if necessary. a stormy day. None were injured sity of Florida, at Gainesville.Mondav's .
. Break Even In Eight Whitaker and Miles Nash on Fans may sit in a shaded area, too seriously. I
Men are urgently needed for the three meter board. In 1947Nash protected from foul balls by wire match with Eglin on
in the mesh strung across the front of both the Ft. Walton greens, producedlow
> this contest. Anyone wishing to competed All-Navy Mason Field was used for
scores of 77 for the Navy'sBill
eliminations.Free the stand. baseball and football at first. La-
play with the team should con- Chase and Bill Foulk, while
tact Ralph Callahan, Fasron Six styling for the Navy Naturally the- facilities cannotbe ter it changed to baseball alone medalist for the afternoon was
jet shop, phone 8178. squad will be: Jack Koelsch, Bill used by everybody since the and the footballers played their the host's Col. Compton who
Here is how the teams finished, Kemp, 'Jim Ryan, Tom Hack- field Would soon be nothing- but contests at the Gator Bowl.A posted a 75.
in order at Memphis; Houston, barth Ken Schultz, Art Welch a sandlot and the locker rooms new field has recently been
I Whiting and Terre Haute tied for and George Karlsen while John were a jumble of odds and ends, set up at Yorktown near Mustin I Close Matches
t second, Florida State University, Welch is the only medley man on but from a spectator's angle it is Road and Special Services moved The opening foursome found
I Jax Navy, West Monroe. Little the squad. John will also climb tops. bleachers from Mason Field to the Fliers taking a 6-3 advantage
I Hock, Memphis, and Memphis into the tank in the 200-yard this new location for Fliers' football II as Earvin Scott and Chase teamed
defeat Gen. Wright and
YMCA. backstroke for the Fliers. Pistolmen Second contests. to
Sailors at .NAS are lucky to Compton. Eglin evened the score
Jar Navy's pistol men capturedthe have the advantages,:( of Mason I In the second quarter, when Dell:
Mittmen Take Four of Six three-gun aggregate trophyby Field so close to their barracks.To Tenna and Bob Everhardt downed .
.! placing second in the National watch a game as little effortas Foulk and Jerry Morrison.
Mid-Winter Pistol Matches at walking out the back door is Lou Chaff and Dave Sweeney,
I ,Tampa last Friday. expended. defeated Dave Tooke and Justice,
i" Forty-two teams competed in What better way to spend an B-3 Eglin. followed with a S'i-S'i
From Eglin Ring ArtistsJax the[ match and were Judged in all afternoon than to watch a good victory. Bill White and F. S.

around proficiency. game and then sojourn to the SparksvwSelding the clubs against .
Anchorage to rehash the play? Dave Moody and Bob Hirsch.
Navy brawlers smashed their way to four victories in six More Sports Page 8 The final foursome saw Jim
bouts over the Eglin Air Force Base ring artists in last Wednesday's I on Prince and Harry Boswell team- _
smoker; at Mainside Auditorium. I Softball Club ing for a 7-2 win over Eglin'sCol.
Golden Gloves champion Lionel Clikeman, former AAU winner Dowtin and Bill Travener.
"Indian Joe" Broxton and The'''first bout of the night pit I Sonnv med
and recent Golden Gloves con- FSU's Tinney was
Jacky Cunningham came throughin ted Ted Miller, Flier, and "Flash" I bout into Drilling For alist with a 73 when the Tallahassee .
tender, turned the a
typical fashion by producing Bouldin of Eglin in a 150poundscrap quartet visited the NAS
victories 1n the best scuffles of with the Eglinite carryingoff slugfest from the opening bell reens while ]low total for the
the night. a unanimous decision. and had Holland covering up. April OpenerJax Fliers was Scott's 74.

Broxton was paired with a a Clikeman scored a knockdown in Bow To Florida
in Kid Lewis of Navy Varsity softballers Navy's number one twosomef
tII' fame opponent The Jax Navy Marine was the the second and ran body punches -
, f, the Air Force in the semi-main winners of the Duval County Foulk and Scott split three:
41 event of the evening, with Brox- aggressor could all not the match way the but his under Holland's defense at Championships in 1951, have poInts with Jimmy James and
ton copping the split decision in spirit long will. opened practice sessions on the Tinney while Foulk dropped twof
and
the middleweight affair. reach counter-punching tac- Stepping through the ropes for Softball diamond located near > three points to Tinney and
;
1 tics of Bouldin. the Fliers at 132 pounds, Tom Roads. in individual
This fight' was the most excit- Enterprise and Mustin Scott blanked James
r ing of the: night. Broxton staggered Novice heavyweight champ, Fink defeated "Sweet" Calloway, The '52 season for the Fliers competition.Bob .
Lewis with a tremendous Moe Weinstein went against 140 pounds, in the fifth bout. Fink officially starts April 14 in the Wallace edged the visitor's
right in the first and then settled teammate Dick Nixon in an ex- staggered his opponent in the City Softball league. Tom Cumby, 2.1, but FSU reversed
down to whittling at hibition bout. The fight was first and finally dropped him for Equipment is not yet on hand the decision when Tom
.1 f the Air Force man. away short and sweet with the "Mighty the nine count at 1:25: in the first and men wishing to try out for Brown defeated Jud Pierson. '""
Moe" downing Nixon in 52 sec- round. The second found Fink the team are requested to bring Earlier in the week Florida's
In the second, Broxton was onds and again at 1:52: of the first unable to press his advantage and I their own gloves to practice. Dan Sikes fashioned a sub par
I : felled twice by the sweeping I, to score the only TKO of the Calloway keeping away. Men returning from last year's round of 69 to lead the Gators'
>' ,_ right of. Lewis and staggered night.In I By virtue ot his first round championship team include pitcher out of the Fliers. Foulk was the
again in ihe early seconds of the the welter division Ed Mul- i flurry Fink took a split decisionfor Al Gonyea, second baseman Javy medalist.
third. Lewis made the big mis- vey of Jax Navy and Snuffy the Fliers. Matt Fedak, first sacker Bob Sikes defeated Foulk 21h-\2.
take of crowding Broxton and Smith for the Eagles met in the NATTC leatherpushers Mickey Horton, Paul Iazzino from the and Pat Schwab blasted Scott.0. .
he was immediately dropped by third match. Smith cut loose in Marten, Martine Martinez, Sanely third base spot and Bob Trotter, Florida's George Fisher and
Broxton and remained groggy the second and proceeded to lay Sandlon and Spider Snider ightfielder.. Toe Bryan gained a similar edge
for: the .'remainder' of the round.Ter haymakers on Mulvey from every limbed into the ring as the Looking good In early practiceare over Chaff and Sweeney.The .
Jack Cunningham, the direction. The Eglin lad wasa "Four Sweedish Bell Ringers"and Cliff Pickett, an outfielder; final foursome was a compete
Fliers featherweight GG open unanimous victor. proceeded to create a comical Charlie Wheeler, infield prospectand void for the Fliers as Jim ",'
champ, hacked his way to another John "Cat" Clikeman of) the chaos by blindly slugging Bill Perry, underhand delivery night downed Hirsch and Jerry'ort <)
victory by downing Hank Fliers matched punches with Ea- each other to pieces. man. shut out Moody. Knight and'ort
Garcia in the main event of the gle Sonny Holland in the welter The last smoker of the season Anyone wishing to try out teamed for the full three
evening for a unanimous dcci- division and took another unani- will)! feature Jax Navy at Eglin for the team is welcome to show point!! In dual play with. Hirsch
.;,..1, lion mous decision. Field on March 28th.. up ot the field at 1600. nJ Moody.r" i





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Station j j VP-3 Pinmen w. I
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n Top CircuitA

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; new leader emerged in in- J14j1 (Items offering for sale article
tra-mural keg play last week as lof property such as washing machines -
("Station Dialogue" provides VP-3 surged from fourth place I automobiles, furniture
an opportunity for military and into first slot in the race, to lead, Ott f a a radios, clothing, and the like are
civilian personnel of NAS to the pack' for the first time this & I prohibited by Defense Depart'K
voice their opinion on a question season. < I ment regulations. This column
put to them by a Jax Air News As of Monday night O&R was I will, however, list such services
reporter). one point behind but had bowledone nMJrfir. 'LI ; : L I as available housing rides wanted -
game leg's. : lost and found articles, and
Today's Question is: "Of what In Friday night's action Fasron 1 other similar notices).
significance do :you think the 109 rubbed salt in the wounds of I FOR RENT
New Hampshire primary results Infirmary by taking all three fir.' .... 4r K Furn. 2, 4rm. apts. $45 and $50
will be to the coming,:: presidential games and total pin fall by a" per mo., 2322 Herschel St. Mrs. ..
election and the whole political 2431.2173111argin. l Crumley, Ph. 4-6651.
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picture" .. Communications forfeited to V ? Furn. single rm. $10 wk. 4247
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Fleet Air Wing 11 in the second Appleton Ave., Mrs. Boswell,
Laurence R. Haves, ADAN, game and VP-5 did likewise to Ph. 2-0556.
,VP-861 (TAD to O&R Assembly Personnel. The Air Wingers i Furn. 2 2rm. apts. $12.50 wk

Div.) % posted 2367 in their bowlout. also house trailer, $11.50 wk.
"I'm inclined I. Monday night saw the lead \ ... Hwy 17, Mrs. Belan, Ph. 8-
to believe that .. 'I' change hands with Marine Air 4222
Truman will be ...,. ; Detachment dropping O&R by ; Furn. 2-rm. apt. share rest of
g
:'?) collecting all four points in t bldg. with widow. $45 per rep
back in the : 'I games and total pins, 2412-2209 I e 4425 Hiawatha Ave. Mrs. Mob-

race. again.Personally i : while VP-3 came up on Special' : .,> leyFurn.
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think .it .would. 1 before them, 2431-2173. for all f +a' < !> Mrs. Bence. Ph 8-3326.
four points. I : Furn. 2-rm. apt. 4633 Wheeler
be a bad time Hayesto

II change presidents! now." ,v.,"In-.''t..the did third not show game
_..Peter J. Phillips, AL2 VP-5: ron Six No. 1 an easy win. The I St. Mrs. Maud Kitchens
PROPER DIAMOND: : TECHNIQUE: -All eyes That's Pete Ph. 6-7114.
Fasronites collected 22f)0) foJ'their
don't be-I night's maple knocking. AVinlerfield, 13-year-old duPont Junior high school student, as he Furn. 3-rm. cottage, $37 per mo.
l Truman watches Dick Allen, one of the instructors, explain the finer 703 Plainfield Ave. Orange
get back 1'11.: ,'I'\"I\c: ;,. points of bunting at the second session of the fourth annual Jax: Park. Mrs. G. Schultz
1'rrmv 0 I'"
running. \'1't: :wrr; -Iio :Navy Hoys' Baseball Training Camp. An average of 3,>0 lads have Furn. 3-rm. apt. $30 per mo. Hwy
may have R. R 14 45: been receiving instructions in baseball fundamentals at the camp, 220. Mrs. T. E. Jenkins Ph. 8-
MAli 14 4" held until 5. 3524.
weekly April
ground. FA\r-1t It 43Fasron :
it sounds 81" Nil. 1 15 43ss : Furn. single-rm. 3380 Knight St.
npn. H ::111; I' Mrs. Pezzulla, Ph. 2-0014, after
,, some .
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still! want J'.rs"l\n 1 13 211 Area Youngsters Eye Third 1630.
to him Comm. 14 211Fasron Furn single and dble. mis. 14-17"
I the see man I;ntirmarv Sis No. :2: ])4: 25Fasron 25I Avondale, Mrs. Lee Schultz Ph. _
." !i.t 1\! 21 2-5930.
Gen.
JlIIFrllll1 1:1: 1'1 Furn. 3-rm. apt. $63:) per mo. 2263
'p'"> 1 11 i I t"'m' 1 Diamond Camp SaturdayJunior Park St. Mrs. Warren. Ph. 7-
James VP-5: \ .., i 11 i I 15Ramli
.. I i.: I,", 5237: or 7-5630.
one 1
; "F I 1 1. L I Unfurn. 5rm. house. $30() per mo.
j : 0&1.: II' 1(1 mound artists and icieivef.ill! get: their first test of Park & Cassatt, Mrs. J. Rainer.r.
(' the fourth annual Jax-Navv: Bo 's' Baseball Training Camp when Ph. 2-5874.
the third session rolls around Saturday at Mason Field.. Unfurn. 2-bd-rm. house. 3022
much --- -- -- ------ -
<:: Last t week's program featuredwork Phyllis St. J. R. Gladm. Ph. 8-
in : '\ i: at the plate as each youth [ the main diamond at :Mason 1293.
all ;:: .J ."-.",
< < U was given a chance to show his Field. Will share 5-rm. home. 3047 College -
I :;: \ !: .- 2" wares laying down the first The remaining two groups, 12 I St. Nona Cason Ph 2-
I"I : pitch and then hitting away as and 13-year olds were spreadout 3332.
U '
\ members of the Fliers nine presented Unfurn. 2-rm. apt. 508 Milwau-
I on the softball diamonds
will run. the offerings.This kee Ave. Orange Park. Mrs. P.
-: n't want Saturday, however it will south of the grandstands. Navy R. Nelson.
m 'won'I So. hr be the boys. themselves: who will 1 personnel circulated through the I Furn. or unfurn.-sale or rent.
do the chunking and receiving as camp to lend their talents as over 2-bdrm. house! with caia e.
: Coim i'HI' >m to the following head coach Frank McCaffrey 11 300 local teenagers absorbed all I 1262 Woodruff Ave M. Reuter
!'. s. VP- who r r 5','w"!1' wen presented want! to get a good look at the that was available in the<< two- ADC. Ph. 2-8973. t.I .
: i with 20 v iii pili' tin' then lengthof .talent available for the all-star hour stint.Naval FOR SAKE:
believe servile ,," ..ll'd i Mal',hal! G I game to be staged the fifth and I I I Unfurn. 3-bdrm. house. G. I.
': t party Couch, Eli'i'ti n :uiii:: M a x w el 1 j I final session.! | Officers To Wear I (equity. $51 per mo, Ph. 98-
i : been look- Cum, Carpenter; Exoiitt S. Delaney I II 3132. Mrs. Knight.
Power Plant No.2; DanielF. I! Time nermittin? Saturday the Items Of Marine( Garb Unfuin 5-rm. house. G. I. equity.
: tier a strong Georges Plumber: George F. I $3864 per mo.. 29)5 Wickwire
boys will instruction on 1
and receive I Washington! (\'S-Thc) Navy ,
i Maze Heavy Equipment Operator I the methods to be employed St. W. Jax. F. H. Hodella. Fleet
I t Eisenhower ; Leo L. SheHierd. Mason; and pronc-r in sliding which js too plans to adopt two articles! of the Air Wing 11, Ph. ext. :388 or
the ideas Sam A. Graham, Chief Quarter-
463.
present Marine Corps uniform
nnnnln I often a hazard -instead of an art
: : ;(. t'I 'think \ man Public Works.Pres'ntation of awards was with the younger set. j for wear bv its officers. I Unfurn.$800 John 3-bdrm.O. house.Tavlor.Equity 3333 v

be tl. made bv Comdr. Richard L. I Red Treadwav. manager of the j They will wear Marine officers' i Lewset St. Edgewood. Ph. ext.
I Mann, Public Works officer. Jacksonville Beach Sea Bird t metal shoulder rank insignia on 724.:
C. i :!, O&R, .. and former Pacific Coast and Na- :, shoulder straps of the blue and MISCCLLANEOITS:'
...."".. Test I From Maintenance hear tional League outfielder was the ,I khaki} raincoats and the, aviation Woman driving to San Francisco
don't that Clarence Porter of the Plan- featured guest at the second ses winter working overcoat.In within next two weeks, wants
what ning and Estimating Section is in sion.. I addition both officer's and rider references required to
the Hospital seriously ill. Frank Treaclway told the eager: listeners I CPO's willcar tropical garrison share driving :; expens.es.. Mrs.
all waiting McKinley, also of Planning and "You can always find a spot and cotton khaki shirts of Brockett. Ph. 98-3157.
I .. Estimating, has the mumps Ed on o club if you can hit. It's the the same style and color as thoseof Riders wanted to Houston, Texas
won't sac Crews has returned to Utilities most important thing to learn." I the Marine Corps. I I I Leave early Friday Mar 21.
thing won't:;:: DivisIOn. Ed had a little inter- Shorty Long, former! with' Secretary of the Navy Dan I Gene Brewster. Ph. 7-8313:
say l' ruption in his! Civil Service career the New York Yankees' chain. Kimball approved adoption of Rid wanted from Riverside &
thing.': to help Uncle Sam get his assisted! --Treadwav in msti'urt. uniform changes which be'omreffe't" Goodwin to NAS. Hours 06:10-:
der if th'yarc I'orbes I fleet back in shape at Green ing the 14-15 veai. old group on ,!, Julv 1 1. 1630 Bettv King Ph. ext 582,
really gaining anything ball Cove Springs. .

the silence"Homei ... Another one of the boys, Virgil
Huffman also returned from mil
E. Miller, (civ) O&R itary leave. Virgil lived up to .-
Plant DJV: Navy ad\'el tisc.I.nents.: Every turn 1r
"I think it will force Truman we received a card from him a; v
to .v\y whether he will\ or won't during his absence, he was in a
.. run. sooner than otherwise. I'm different part of the world. Dub
not sure that Eisenhower: can beat Stembridse: Chief Clerk, is on .
Truman This is not picking one sick leave. I1S
fiver the other. It is just specula- ... Y 1 i' _

( -- Laurie Rosenberg! :, assistant i
ii'1OOO9 Chief Clerk saw red 1'C'centlv.Laul'lc's :
Jax Open little five''ear old ;

Hcgins i Toda\ At daughter, Sharon was watching _
her daddy paint the lawn furni-
Hyde Park Links ture when :she i decided that their '1'.
new car would be pretty paintedred
Local golfing: enthusiasts have so little Sharon took over the
been looking( forward with eager .
anticipation to the opening of job.Word has been received that
the $10000 Jacksonville Open Comdr. Charles Compton, NAB6. '
this afternoon on the Hyde Park will soon assume the duties of
greens with a clinic, featuring Commanding Officer of Mobile
many of the stars that will par- Construction Battalion No. 2. He
ticipate in the eighth annual 72 is presently at Port Hueneme.
hole tourney. California. I
Actual tournament play will Don't forget the dance tomor-
begin Friday morning and bar row night. It promises to be
1, ling a tie for first place, will run fun. Several prizes will be awarded .,
through Monday, March 24. Tickets to best dancers, lucky number ..
)' ate still available to all personnel ticket holder, loudest costume
1 at the Jax Air News. etc. Get your ticket now
Sponsored. by the Jacksonville from any Public' Works super-
Junior Chamber of Commerce, visor or any member of the Recreation .
the clinic will be MC'd by Cary Comittee.
Mid dlecuff, < > v t
Included in the list of the na- Two little boys discussing,; their wyer;, a .5w3oT: d
tion's top golf: performers are hospital experiences! :
Sammy Snead Jackie Burke. I "Are you medical or surgical" LIFE-SAVING IETIlOnS-"You can't know too much about water safety and life-saving.
Bobby Locke, Jim Feirier. Jerry' "I don't know what you mean" techniques," is the opinion\ expressed by these NAS Ja<: life guards who are taking refresher
n3d) r, Frank Stranahan. Skee "Were you sick when you arrived course conducted by the Ited Cross at the Indoor Pool A cross-chest carry, used to control a struggling / -
Keigel i Dutch Harmon Chick or did they mike' you sick victim In the water is* demonstrated by Harold Anderson, instructor, and Gene Karbush, AN, ... .
Harbert+ and Clayton Heafner alter vou got her I the victim.



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