Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1952
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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17 Invite All Your Friends To The Charity Carnival May 16-17 '


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Blue Cross "":.': ":: ., Open House

f Drive Ends + To Feature

: r" Forces Doy

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S '4 Observance of Armed

Forces Day, Saturday, May
s, + 17, aboard the station will
; 24 x > featur open house and static
displays of military equipment '""

t with tentative plans being -
formulated for an ah

fLUL I'show.This is in keeping with the custom .

> all __ of holding open house at mil
r ., itary establishments throughoutthe

$ ChR Other nation.local observances will

I include static displays at Hem-

ming Park and open house at the
Naval Reserve Training Center
1453 Morse St.

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I Jacksonville Civitan Club is
sponsoring a luncheon Friday,
cameraman goes backstage
for a glance at performers who May 16, at the Seminole Hotel
rwI are readying their acts for the with members of all civic clubsof
t entertainment program of the the city on the invitation list.
Navy Charity Carnival next
Friday and Saturday May 16- Guest speaker will be Maj. Gen.
17. "We are the girls of the W. A. Beiderlinden, U. S. Army,
chorus" could be the introduc- deputy commanding general of
I .. tion of the lassies in top photo the Third Army, Fort McPherson -
1 who Chorus.comprise Pausing the between Can-Can rou- Ga.Open .

tines are (left to right) Kit House here has been
Harper, TESN; Betsy Naylor, I scheduled for 1300 prior to the ..,
RMSN Betty K u n e
; man.
of the second of the
opening day
AKAN; Gloria Catania, YN3;
.. Lillian Flores SN and Elaine Navy Charity Carnival. Military
Rosenberg, DKSN. In bottom displays will Include about 25
photo two of the vocalists different types of Navy and Air
Manuel Miranda, TE2 (left)
and Albert Price, O&R Employee Force aircraft. Fly-overs and
(right) go through flight demonstrations of naval
their. rehearsals while William aircraft are also being planned
King, RMSN, provides the ac- dependent on the outcome of the
companiment. The entertain-
I current strike in the oil Industry.
ment program will include a .
delay.'N i variety of acts, featuring all .-
local talent. I Besides regular open house at

., the Naval Reserve Training Cen.
ter, the submarine USS Haddock,
Gigantic Charity Carnival will be open for public inspection

between 0900 and 1600 May

: Have Glitter Spirit 17.Letters inviting the children of

Jacksonville to visit the displaysand
I'I Two big days of frolic and fun are in store for all as the date for the bigger better- demonstrations at the Naval
Navy Carnival for Charity approaches. Air Station have been sent to all
I I I public schools.
1 of the good old-fashioned modate the fun-loving crowd. i ian, will wholeheartedly support ;, is
I Fontaine LeMaistre actingas
1 of carnival-time will pre- i I the Carnival for Charity, and I II chairman of the Armed Force
Barkers will shout their wares 1 1I
Friday and Saturday, May i I that profits will be even bigger Day observance for the second
and can-can girls will dance. The
and 17, when a gala midway than last year's event. successive year.
glitter and glamour of carnival I
be lined with gaily colored
season will rule. And for the
to amuse and entertain
"pause that refreshes," there
thousands that are expected.
; will be an authentic western mu- A k I
\ i to the carnival is sic hall.
and the public is invited to Downtown merchants will
The gates of the Na- sponsor booths displaying their
Air Station will be open to products, an added attraction for
and personnel are urged to carnival goers. There will be automotive
their friends to attend. The food and house furnish-
will be held from 1800
exhibits well
ings as :as many
midnight on Friday, and from others.

to midnight on Saturday. Entire profits from the CarnIval I
are earmarked for the vari-

"All Hands" project, crews ous approved charitable organi-
busy designing and decorat- zations in the Jacksonville area.

I amusement booths, rehears- It is earnestly hoped that all per-
,. I the big variety acts and or- sonnel, both military and civil-
quantities of hot dogs,

.,' and buns. Cool re- Weather Outlook
nts will be available at
food centers. I Friday-Normal summertime .

big aircraft hangars will conditions with scattered after- GAINS CO\I1\IENDATION-Commlssloned: Warrant Officer
the carnival, rain or shine noon showers, possibly thunder William II. Basssett (left is presented the Commendation :Medal
1 entire area has been laid out showers. Temperature in the 90's. Pendant for services while attached to the U. S. Hospital Yoko-
t I I to the Continued HOT! ,suka, Japan during 1950-51 Making the presentation Is Capt.
r booth space assigned Dwight J.. Wharton, commanding officer of the Naval Hospital.Lcdr. .
departments. Over 35 Saturday-Same. Frank E- Lusk (center) Hospital administrative officer,.
different concessions will accom Sunday-Same. witnesses the proceedings. i '



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Report From Washington -

J1I X fMit s Two-Thirds Of Blood Quota ReachedNavy

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air

Station. Jacksonville. Fla.NAS Jacksonville Sets Up Construction Battalion at Gulfport

Cant. Douglas T. Day_Commanding Officer I
Comdr. James H. Armstrong _.Executive Officer (By Armed Forces Press Service) val Training Center, Bainbridge, Md.,. has
Lt. Dave Barksdale '-.... Public Information Officer I, The two-thirds mark in the 3,000,000-pint been announced by the Department of the
Fleet Air
Adm. Osborne B Hardison JacksonvilleRear __ Commander drive of the Armed Forces Blood Donor Pro Navy. First classes will begin June 2nd and I

Capt. Howard V. Hopkins..__.___ _-._.._..Chief of Staff gram has been topped, the American Red will run for 16 weeks. The school, which is
Fleet Air Wine Eleven : Cross and the Department of Defense have designed to train recruits, will begin a new
Capt. Jesse S. McClure _--._-______.._.-.--_ class two weeks. \
Commandt'r'l Announced. Total collections of whole blood every
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton_Chief
Naval Air Technical Training Center since the start of the drive, Sept. 10, 1951, S e !
Capt. Lester K. Rice .. Commanding Officer reached 2,029,805 pints during the 31st weekof The first Air Force class of dental laboratory -- ;
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart. -Executive Officer the campaign. technicians recently was graduated from i t
Naval Hospital the State University of New York Institute of
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton__ Commanding Oftica-
NARTU- Enlisted men released from active duty toa Applied Arts and Science, Brooklyn, N. Y.,-

Capt. Easton B. Noble. Commanding Oflcer Reserve component will be responsible for the Department of the Air Force has an-

Comdr. Anthony Trusso-Executive Officer items of personal clothing after they leave nounced.

Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions the Army. Under new regulation SR. 32-135-1, The 55 graduates are the first of approxi-
8184 and 216. soldiers released from active duty are required : mately 180 airmen presently scheduled for attendance t
n. JAX AIR NEWS U published wee-cry at the U. S. Naval Air SUtlon. this nine-month dental '
to in their at laboratory
Jacksonville' florid' and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds have possession, in serviceable 1
at no expense to the government and In compliance I with NAVEXOS P-33. Re. condition, personal clothing items au- course. The graduates are being distributed 1
:>10". 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Auxlllar* Air Station. Cecil Field and thorized for the Natonal Guard or for the world-wide to meet the critical shortage of "
the U. S. Naval HospitalEditor Enlisted Reserve Corps.If dental laboratory technicians that presently ;
-Andrew H. Planer
Staff Members: Marian Sprenger, J03; Mary Bixiones, JOSN; the individual's clothing record indicatesa exists in the Air Force. Dental. Service. !
Dave Devroy, SN; John Charvat, AN; Barbara Tomlinson, SN; shortage of items which were previously issued I
Helen Harper. but not turned in, the soldier will be required The Navy has announced the establishment
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member or the Armed Forces Press Service.
--. AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without to purchase the items from personal of a Construction Battalion Center at Gulf-
matter the written except permission by service of Armed publications Forces ls Press piohlblted Service. without Republication permission of other of funds. A showdown inspection will be given port, Miss., and that the Naval Storehouse,

Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. prior to release from active duty and again also in Gulfport, would cease operations. The

when the individual reports to his Reserve new center, which will include a Naval Advanced

component. A different procedure has been Base Supply Depot and a Naval Con

I 1952 ELECTIONS j jDy I described for personnel under the clothing struction Equipment Depot, will be under .a

issue-in-kind system;: the management control of the Navy Bureau .,
and Docks and under
of Yards
Armed Forces military com
( Press Service)
Establishment of a new school for training mand of the Commandant, Sixth Naval District
This voting information applies to Armed Forces personnel... dependents personnel' in the teleman's rating at the Na
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residing with Armed forces personnel and U. S. citizens
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attached to and serving with the U. S. Armed Forces beyond the g ,C' --- w51,*;<"-Mr '

continental limits of the U. S. unless otherwise specified. These ',. .

I- persons include civilians employed by the Department of the Army,
Navy and Air Force the Marine Corps and the Coast Guard;; and

personnel of the American Red Cross and USO. For additional

election information consult your voting officer.

will register serviceman if he
r (The Blue Grass State) is otherwise eligible to vote. One Thursday, May S

Jf Qualifications for Voting such application will also serveas n The Target Tim Holt
Friday, May 9
1. Must be at least 21 years of an application for an absentee
ballot for' the next election. The Sniper ,Adolphe Menjou
age on or before day of election. ? I Saturday, May 19

2. Must be a U. S. citizen having Obtaining Ballots and Voting Along The Great Divide ?.___ _

resided in the Commonwealthof 1. Any qualified citizen of Sf Kirk Douglas
who is absent from his
Kentucky Sunday May 11
Kentucky for a period of at
voting precinct on election day About Face Gordon McRae
least one year, in the county for
may vote by absentee process. ..e' 3 a'y I<. Monday May 12
six months and in the voting .,
Paula .
2. Members of the Armed I Loretta Young

precinct for 60 days. Forces may apply for absentee R .f< atcx'' s S Tues. & Wed. May 13-14

3. Must be a registered voter, ballots by mailing' Federal Post Mara Maru Errol Flynn

except members of the Armed Card Application (StandardForm NATTCENTER

Forces. 76)) which has been properly SMOOTH RIDING-This converted bus with railway wheels Is Thursday, May t
filled out, to the County used in the Munsan area of Korea to* transport wounded UN No Movie-
Registration Court Clerk, county of Ken- soldiers to a nearby hospital. The "bus-train" is used because the Allan Hypnotist,
1. is trip la faster and smoother on rails. Show
Registration permanent, tucky residence. Application may
unless a voter's residence is located be made at any time except during ceived by election officials not for voting by absentee process.The May
Along The Greet Divide __
I ,
in the City of Louisville the 10-day period immediately later than 12 o'clock noon on applicant should apply inwriting -... .- ... .. Kirk Douglas
preceding any election. Bal- election day. to the election commission
and such person failed to vote at Saturday 10
.... May
lots be county of Tennessee residence
wiH mailed to voters as
least once during the two-year The Sniper .Adolphe Menjou
soon as they have been made TennesseeThe a "Registration Form.
period immediately preceding the' It is recommended that such Sunday, May 11
available to county clerks. Marked ( Volunteer State) request
year 1952. In all other cities and ballots must be received by be made at least 90 daysin Trigger, Jr------ Roy Roger
j towns re-registration is not required appropriate election officials not Qualifications for Voting advance of any election. The Monday, May 12

,l unless a person has later than closing of polls on 1. Must be at least 21 years of completed "Registration Form" About Face .Gordon McRae

changed his residence from one election day. age on date of election. I will be accepted as late as 20 Tuesday, May 13
precinct to another. 2. Must be a U. S. citizen hav- days prior to any election, ex- DanceCharlie Spivak and his

i i 2. Members of the Armed ing resided In the State of Tenn- cept in those. counties having orchestra

Forces may apply for registration OhioThe essee for one year, in the countyof less than 25,000 population, whereit Wednesday May 14

k by absentee process by mailing ( Buckeye State) residence for six months, and will be accepted as late as 10 Paula .. .. ...Loretta Young

:t Federal Post Card Application Qualifications for Voting in the election ward or precinctfor days before any election. NAVAL HOSPITAL

i (Standard Form 76) to the county 1. Must be at least 21 years of 30 days. Obtaining Ballots and Thursday, May S
clerk, county" of Kentucky age on date of election. 3. Must be a registered voter Voting I Has Anybody Seen My Gal .
I Procedure 1. All persons who are unableto -. .- .. _Charles Cobur
residence. receipt of Post Registration
Upon 2. Must be a citizen of the U.
Card Application, county clerk,1CDIVINEy I 1. Registration it permanent vote in person may vote by Friday, May 9
S. having resided in the State of Brave
v unless a person has failed to vote 'absentee ballot Warrior .Jon I
Ohio for of in
a period one year, .Sat.
state-wide election at least & Sun. May 10-11
in a 2. All apply to the
the county for 40 days and in the persons The
precinct for 40 days. once in four successive years, has election commission, county of Atomic City .Michael Moor
changed his name, or has moved Tennessee residence for Monday, May 12
) 3. Must be a registered voterif absentee Trigger, Jr. .. ,
(( SERVICES from one precinct to another. ballots. Roy Rogers
residing in certain cities or Tuesday 13
2. All persons may register May
rrotestant counties where registration is 3. Applications will be received The Sniper. ..Adolphe Menjou
required by local ordinance. from persons within the con-
830-Morning Services. All- Wednesday, May 14
Saints ChapelD91 Registration tinental U. S. not earlier than,40 About Face.... ... ..Gordon McRae
-Naval Hospital ChapeL P days nor less than five days priorto
1930-Sunday SchooL Small Cha1045All 1. Members of the Armed any election. Applications will .
Forces may vote in any election be accepted from persons outsidethe Junior Officers May Apply

( S-mts Catholic ChapeL without being registered. r fAllOt continental limits of the U. For Submarine Training

D830 and 0930-Mass, St. Ed- Obtaining Ballots and Voting t S. not earlier than 90 days nor Washington (AFPS)-Openings*

ward's Chapel. 1. Members of the Armed less than 20 days before any elec- for junior officers in the submarine '
0930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Cate- tion.
chism Class). Forces may make application for training class to begin the
1030-Mass. St Edward's ChapeL absentee ballots by mailing Fed- >IiITUCKy 4. Members of the Armed first week in January have been
0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL eral POI Card Application Forces, "certain Merchant Ma- announced.

Christian Science (Standard Form 76)) to the clerkof rine personnel," "certain civil- BUPERS is currently
.. accept-
.' Tuesday-2000 lain's DUke at NATTC Chap- the county board of elections, TwrN.ssaat3 ians" and qualified dependents ing applications from lieutenant

Mormoa county of Ohio residence. Such residing with any of these per- (jg), whose date of rank is !

Thursday-1930-at Small ChapeL application will be accepted now. sons may make application for 1, 1950 or later and ensigns ,!

Jewish1830Monday Ballot will be mailed to voter as ballots by mailing a completely date of rank prior to July I,

NATTC Auditor. early as 60 days prior to any elec executed Federal Post Card Application Applications must reach BUPERS
iwn. tion. Marked ballot must be re- (Standard Form 76)). before
I -j d > Sept. 1, 1952.
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8 May 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three 1


What Does It Mean To You? 0 NEW HOURS AT NATTC Capt. Weiriert '


.... change in hours for the New Hospital

f'. Why Do We Hold Navy Exchange retail store at

NATTCenter has been an Exec OfficerCapt. .
"" nounced. \ t

CarnivalFor The retail store will be open
Charity Theophilus F, Weinerthas
News for this week is of the from 1100 to 2000 Monday taken over the post of ex..

pot variety, a bit here and a bit' the information of all personnel, both military and civilian, through Friday and will and be ecutive officer of the Naval Hospital .
closed all day Saturday
there, as follows: Walker Crevasse who aboard Carnival relieving Capt. Clifford P.
were not when the first Navy for Charitywas ,
The hours
Sunday. new give
clerk in his
has a new hejd' in 1950 or, did; not attend the second annual event last Powell, who has been acting executive
personnel an opportunity
Section Eleanor Walker.
Time May 18.19 at the Naval Air Station Jacksonville, the following do officer.
.late shopping.The
know Eleanor she
Most of
us as resume of its aims and purposes is set forth: Captain Weinert reported, a<
worked in the Housing retail stores at Main-
formerly I Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, was commissioned on October relief for Capt. Guy E. Stahr who '
Office for Bart Dockrell. side and Naval Hospital will
15, 1940. Immediately thereafter the citizens of the City of Jack was detached in October 195L fi
Robert Durden Messenger, is: remain open on Saturday
sonville proudly claimed it as their very own and considered it an Captain Powell, who has been acting I
transferring to get Technical Services integral part of their daily lives. They looked to the personnel from 0900-1200. executive officer, will now ';

Section soon and will be replaced I attached here to take their part in all civic undertakings sponsoredby assume duties as Chief of Medical

: by Tom Garrett. On the organizations in the City, including participation in all drives Ceremonies Service.
sick list this week we are sorryto for charitable organizations. OpenTelephoneLounge .

report that Comdr. William i All Personnel Lend SupportThe

1 T. Maley, assistant Public* Works past record will bear out the fact that personnel responded :,

officer, is confined to the Naval their However various drives
nobly by giving full support. these ,
Hospital. reached the point where every other week the personnel were being At NATTCenterThe p.)

solicited for this and that organization.In .
1 Congratulations are in order i December 1949Capt. Alvin I. Malstrom, who was then the new NATTCenter telephone i
for Sampie Sutton in the Sheet. I lounge and exchange was
commanding officer, after" considering the numerous complaints of I
: metal Shop on the birth of a son. I the various department heads relative to the number of man hours officially opened last Thursdaywith ::; ..t.
Clarence Porter has improved i the cutting of the entrance II
that were being utilized to take care of the various and sundry
enough to return home from the i drives, decided that something should be done to circumvent this ribbon by Capt. Lester' K. Rice,

Hospital. Jesse Nettles, Sr., Shop : condition.A commanding officer of the Cen

Personnel Supervisor, has moved i Navy Carnival for Charity was proposed, to be sponsoredand ter. '
into his new home in Lake Shore.. I Representatives from NATTC
held a one time and then prorate this sum of money on a
t Farewells were said Monday to percentage basis to the various and worthy charitable organiza present at the brief ceremony N '

Morris Sayre, Navy Auditor; who tions. included Captain I Rice and ., FMY

left for New Jersey visiting relatives $10,000 To Charity Comdr. Richard S. Stuart, exec N.: >rtir) )

before' departing Friday i The first attempt ol this nature in April, 1950, resulted in the utive officer of the Center.
from Patuxent River for French Comdr. James Lynch representedthe .
sum of $16,315.00 being raised with money allocated as follows: : .

Morocco. Community Chest, $4,078.91; Navy Relief, $3,263.13; Red Shield Naval Air Station; Capt. /'
Service Men's Club (formerly USO), $2,447.35; March of Dimes, Jesse S. McClure, Fleet Air Wing Capt. Weinert

Morris has been on the Station I $2,447.35; American Heart Society, $815.78 and American Cancer 11; Capt. Dwight J. Wharton, U. The new Naval Hospital executive

for 16 months working on the Society, $815.78. S. Naval Hospital; and Capt Eas. officer came here from duty

CPFF contract renovating NAT. The sum of $2,447.35 was placed in the bank here on the stationin ton B. Noble, NARTU. with Commander Military Sea
TC and the new jet engine over Transportation Service, Pacific '
the Carnival account to be used as a nucleus working fund for
haul shop. Ranking state officials of the Area, where he was Director of
putting on the Carnival the next year
wife Jeanette Southern Bell Telephone Co. the Medical division.
Morris now
The Carnival grew in 1951. Donations made from 1951 Carnival
works in the Contract Sectionfor were also present for the open. Upon his graduation from
proceeds totaled over $40,000.: $12,956 going to Navy ; $863to
Cleve Loveland and.plans on American Cancer Society, Duval County Chapter; $863 to American ing, where four students, repre- Northwestern University Medical
in the senting the Airman School, madea School Weinert -
joining hubby sometime Heart Association, Duval County Chapter; $863 to the Duval Captain wa
near future. Laurie Rosenberg, County Chapter, National Society for Crippled Children. The big- long distance call home free of commissioned in 1926. He also
Mims and Dub Stembridgeof charge. served during World War I
Geff which as a
gest single donation was the amount of $24,481 was given to
Administration, have starteda the Jacksonville Community Chest. The new lounge boasts com I private in the U. S. Army.

new style in mens headwear. fortable upholstered furnitureand .
in order
Prime object of this Carnival is to raise sufficient funds
tables for letter writing. Free
that donations can be made by the station to the various charitable I
is for those First Communion
stationery provided
Charlie SpivakTo organizations in the City of Jacksonville. In view of the fact that
wishing to off letter two
get a or
all naval activities based aboard the station participate in the Car-
nival, the donations are given on the basis that they include all activities while awaiting the completion ofa i Class To MakeReception
Play Here call. Current issues of 32 different -
as a whole.
popular magazines will be
Saves Bother of Numerous Drives SundayThe
May 131415The By taking care of the charitable organizations in this manner,
"We want to provide a club-
the personnel themselves individually are saved the monotonous annual First CommunionClass
who the sweetest like for the
man plays atmosphere -
procedure of being solicited every time they turn around.If personnel will make its reception of
in the world Charlie here the Center well
trumpet as as '
they wholeheartedly participate in the Navy Carnival for the Holy Eucharist at St. Ed.
Spivak, will bring his top-flight those from the Naval Air Station -
Charity by spending their money freely at the various booths and ward's Chapel' during the 0830(
orchestra to the Naval Air Sta- : announced James T. Steed,
games set-up for their pleasure, All Hand should feel that they Mass next Sunday, May 11.Mother's ,
tion for a three night stand next who is to be the manager of the
have done more than their share of donating money to these worth. Day, the traditionaldate
week. exchange.The .
while charitable organizations.A for this event.
..,, feels that these
-r I company
'!:'" nr "7.::!! Board consisting of members of all naval activities based men and WAVES are preferred The class has been under the

.;, jf aboard this station has recommended that the proceeds received instruction of Mrs. Margaret
,'. customers: and we want to treat
% : I f from the 1952 Navy Carnival for Charity be prorated to charitable them: as such." Wiggins, meeting at the chapel

t organizations, as has been the case the last two years. each Sunday at 0930.

: Many Hands Turn To" Commenting on the morale effect Those who are to make their
The General Chairman, members of his various committees,
of the installations, Captain First Holy Communion are: Jac-
t and workers in the carnival booths, devote a great deal of their Rice stated: quline Carson, Patricia DiTursi

time ,and effort to make the Carnival a succ!ss. However, withoutthe "Most of the young men and Beatrice Ann Hall, Noreen Morrow
full cooperation of All Hands the Carnival would be a failure.It .
women who are our students are Sharon Ann O'Connor, Mar-
must also be borne in mind that no individual who is connected just recently released from the cella Oliva, Charlotte Thorns

.q"I'"I'I with the Carnival in any way receives any financial gain whatever. beneficial influence of home life Christine Thoma, Bertha Stackla

I Every cent lof money derived from the Carnival, except for -many of them for the first time. John Carmody, Michael Catter-

the small sum placed in the bank in the Carnival fund, is ultimately We feel that any opportunity ole, Elwood Crosby, John Fuh-

;' donated to the charitable organizations enumerated above at the such as this which permits themto ring, Joseph Gunnels, Gerald

time their drive for funds is placed before the public. maintain the home-family Hughes, Roger Lodesky, Raymond
: ,,
should in mind the dates, May 16
Therefore, All Hands ,keep contact while learning the fundamentals Lombardi!, Frank Lubinsky,
I t Charlie SpivakHe and May 17, and make it their business to be on hand. While enjoy of their service careersis James Mitchel, Ronald Oliva

will play Tuesday, May '13 ing yourself you will have the satisfaction of knowing that your worth a lot of effort."I James Phelan, Michael Roberts.

at NATTC Auditorium; May '14 money is also going to a worthy cause. expect the lounge to servea AnthohY Rodgers, Thomas Ryan

at the "O" Club, and May 15 at n 0 two-fold purpose here: first, and John Sidorski.

Mainside Auditorium. to assist in alleviating the The"event will be

Spivak is the musician whose 3rd 4th Air Medals To Marine Sgt.TSgt. strangeness of environment away procession from preceded the small bya

fresh and original idiom in trumpet from home and second, by per- chapel; to St. Edward's with the
playing is described as William E. Barnes of mitting the .student to keep in
Cross and the Air Medal with one Sanctuary Boys as escorts. John
"honey in the horn". His eight- the Marine Air Detachment, star. close touch with his family, to Adams will serve as Master of
year old band has rocketed to NARTU, has been awarded the help in achieving that desirable
Ceremonies. The
at the
In the citation accompanyingthe sermon
top-flight stature so rapidly thatit third and fourth Air Medals for level of morale so conducive of
0830) Mass will be Father
the' stars for Air Medal, which
service in Ko- "
ranks the kingsin meritorious
now among effective studying.
are in lieu of third and fourth John J. Burns, Catholic Chaplain.
the entertainment world. rean fighting. Western Union Telegraph facilities -
medals, the award read: following the Mass, a breakfast
Notches in Spivak's musical Sergeant Barnes, a native of have been moved into the
will be served to the First Communicants
belt are 20th Century-Fox's "Pin La Porte, Ind., who enlisted into 'These flights were flown ina waiting lounge in order to centralize -
Leathernecks in March 1946 Marine Transport aircraft, des sponsored by the
Up Girl", starring Betty Grable the the Center's non-military Ladies' Sodality "
and "Follow The Boys". for Universal was awarded the decorations in pite hazardous weather, uncertain communication. set-up. .
and a flock of boxoffice a ceremony at the Marine Air forecasts and lack of adequate J .

records created at the Paramount Detachment by Lt. Col. CharlesM. navigational facilities i 1 Sounds in a night club booth: Legion Holds Talent Show

in New York, the Hotel Statlerin Kunz, commanding officer. carrying vital supplies to for- Hands off, Columbus. You've discovered The American Legion Duval

J New York the' Palladium in The heroic Marine recently ward areas and evacuating enough tonight. County Women's Post 292 will

, Hollywood, and other top spots. completed a tour of duty with wounded personnel. Barnes saw present a Talent program May 28.

I Spivak and his music have the First Marine Air Wing in action in the Inchon Invasion,. Sleep is when you don't get Anyone interested in participa.

made a distinct hit in previous Korea. His previous decorations defense of Kimpo and the Chosin enough the night before you ting may call Miss Eunice Hors

appearances here. include the Distinguished Flying Reservoir fighting." wake up half a. I telephone; 2-6828.


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After three long nights of tY

1 rattling cruise boxes and nailing +

,.- crates, Jan Allen finally shovedoff
for shore duty in civilian'
pacity. Topside center wing may i
ndw rest in peace. _

Orchids to the members of the .,'.

... "-...-. Carnival advertising committee A;' ";
FREEING HIMSELF FROM COCKPIT-Proving; that A pilot can free himself from his cockpit with canopy closed is Ensign who challenged the perils of the W" :
Milliard nail of VF-173, who recently cut himself free from an F4U-4 Corsair fighter plane by using an issue knife which comes as big city when they journeyed to
part of standard flight gear. During: the demonstration, witnessed by pilots of VF-173, Ensign Ball started escape by smashing canopy town for the express purpose of
(left), with butt end of his knife rather than the blade and then cutting: plastic (center). lie emerges through top (right) all in a matter I selling advertising space in the wI
of 30 seconds. Purpose of demonstration was to prove that a pilot can escape if downed at sea and unable to release his canopy. I Carnival Souvenir Booklet. Ma- ,, ; ;

17 Booths, Six Rides rian Sprenger, Betty Kenny,

K,,; KNOW YOUR Hospital Movies I Mary Dimick, Margaret Schuster,

r DEFENSELEADERS Marge Clark and Mickey Gamlin
Ponies Clowns
Merry-go-Round Draw Attention"Your
& composed the group of solicitors.
Children and Mine" is .

Games Tricks-All At KiddielandThe the title of this week's child The famed Can-Can girls of ;a
(By Armed Forces Tress Service) ,
training film which will be last year's carnival will click
(This is the fifth in a series of new, enlarged Kiddieland will be one of the most
shown at the Naval Hospital on their heels once again in the EI
articles dealing with the nation's enjoyed features of the 1952 Carnival for Charity, May 1617.A May 14.This Dorado Saloon. Betts Naylor
top defense leaders). haven for youngsters, Kiddieland will be centralized in one ,
third in
movie, the a veteran hoofer of the original if
One of the country's outstanding hangar with numerous fun booths and novelty rides to keep
series designed to aid parentsin will lead off with
group, Betty si
military men, General of the the children entertained all evening.
proper handling of problem Kuneman, Gloria Catania, Elaine -
Army Omar Nelson] Bradley, was ] of the Overhaul &
Employees the door on the main hangar children, is an English film ofa Rosenberg, Kit Harper and Lil- .
the first Chairman of \
sworn in as under direction
Repair department,
growing family and everyday
I lian Flores adding their charms
deck. This well-ventilated area
the Joint Chiefs of Staff Aug. 16, of Czerl B. Corbin, chairman '
living. to the chorus line.Arriving .
1949 and reappointed for a two- are hard at work designing, will have ample cribs and two: Parents will find this an excellent ,
.) .
I last week for main-
term in 1951.rTi .
year building and decorating KifldieI enclosed playground centers. Ai incentive for discover
I side duty were Jean Bechdolt
I ,
I I land equipment. Operating from receptionist will accept all young. ing their own best way to deal AA, who will report to Opera- ''".: .
special Kiddieland] headquarters sters six weeks old and A with problem children. .
up. tions, and Grace Travato, 11M2, ;
in Plant Division Corbin'screw
I the trained nurse will be on call at Last week's movie, "Angry slated for Hospital duty. And
has constructed 17 booths "
Boy, was well attended and
some people north for the
all times. go ;
and arranged for six novelty the discussion period, led by summer!

rides. Dr. John Hanni, proved stim- .
Officials who have planned this
ulating] and fielpful. '
I After spending five days at the
added convenience for those who
For minimum. the kid. "
a sum, "Preface to Life, the first '
wish to leave the children while Hospital], Mildred Barrentine is
dies will ball throw dart .
play a of the group shown, was equally
ry they participate in the adult entertainment I back with Disbursing. Glad] to
throw, pull string game, fishpond ] good. Dr. Merton Ekwallwas
shooting gallery, archery, have stressed that the leader for the period I report the rapid recovery.

balls in box, bingo and two ring the nursery will be open until of discussion. I, ANP( ) School received six

!+R' lrl toss games. Clarabelle, the silly midnight only. Children must be new students from Bainbridgelast

clown, is ,expected:! to be the big. called for by the midnight dead I Other rides include a miniature week. They are: Deborah
I gest attraction. line.The tractor pulling a miniature trailer Banks, a native Floridian from

I There will be spun candy and nursery will be filled with a live pony merrygoroundand Fort Lauderdale] ; Florence Mc- '
Gen. Omar Bradley brand ride fire Laughlin, a Yankee from
machines hot dogs new playground a on the engine. Long
popcorn ,
A soldier with 41 years of experience hamburgers and soft drinks. Two ment and toys of all equ.jp-I Lcdr. James J. Fite is general Island, N. Y., Lois Arnold, Mt.

Gen. Bradley won his clowns will roam the hangar with of this service will be I chairman of Kiddieland.] Besides Healthy, Ohio, Jeanne Caron, ,
wartime advancement on the battlefield Occum Conn. Martha s
plenty of fun, tricks and clever Corbin, other committee mem Read
highlighting his brilliant antics. In addition to the fun booths, bers include R. William Vogel East Detroit, Mich., and Virginia

career in WWII when he successively I the kids can ride on a "Big Tractor and Carson J. Wilcox. I Gerald, Rebel from Waycross,
commanded a division, a
All booths have been enlargedand ," or on the animated'merrygoround Over/240 Overhaul and Repair Georgia.
and finally the
corps an army Kiddieland will occupy an locomotive and cars employees will serve voluntarilyon i Ellen Perryman, AK: graduateleft
12th U. S Army Group.
entire hangar this year. Lighting, and a miniature stagecoach, real! special committees to make I for duty at NAS Norfolk and

I decoration and music have been western style, pulled by two : Kiddieland an outstanding Nan Long will travel to NAS
Born in Clark, Mo., in 1893, he i
designed especially for the kids. ponies and driven by a cowboy I traction of the carnival. at'j Jacksonville from NATTC for
was appointed to the U. S. Military I IA
Academy in 1911 and was The Jacksonville Shrine's calliope I duty as an AKAA. Disbursingwill

graduated in 1915. During WWI which has been played along the FP 5 ? have no trouble with Nan'a }
station streets these past days, per diem! '
he served with the 14th Infantry i ,
the rankof will be located in Kiddieland. I > ,
Reg. to
rising temporary 1
major. Someone will be on hand to play Births
-:- -:-
continuous kiddie melodies.For ] 1M'
. After varied assignments in the
U. S. and Hawaii, Gen. Bradley I parents who wish to .leave Listed below are the births as

became Commandant of the Infantry tiny tots, a fully-equipped nursery reported by the Naval Hospital

School, Ft. Benning, 6a'. I:I will be located just inside -- .it t between the period April 22 and r
in 1941. He established the OCS --- -- May 1: x

program there which eventually ; Hypnotist Allan Seaman James C. Norton and

turned out more than 45,000 com- Mrs. Ruth Ann Norton, a daughter -

bat leaders. in. WWII.. S i In Final Show I x > April, weighing 22. 9 Ibs., 7'. .ozs., on 3 ,, r

lie was promoted to major gen I Chief Aviation Technician Robert -
eral" in 1942 and given commandof Tonight at 1930 F.
I Wingo and Mrs. Carolyn ,
the 82nd Infantry: Division. In
I rte: < Frances Wingo, a son weighing
Final of "An
1943 Gen. Eisenhower selected
1 N z 7 lbs., 9'i ozs. 23.-
o on April
him to lead the Second Corps in Evening Out of This World, .X I -
Africa and later in Sicily. Gen. I featuring Allan, internationallyknown + Ensign Joseph Jay Pausner, Jr,

Bradley also headed the First mentalist and hypnotist, and Mrs. Jeann Frances Pausner, ,

; Army in Normandy. At the end will be held tonight at the a daughter, weighing 6 Ibs., 11 *
ozs., on April 25.
of the war he was commander of NATTCenter Auditorium, commencing

r an Army group of 1,300OOO-the at 1930. I Chief Engineman Thomas Bu-

largest body of American soldiers Allan's show, lasting two and d ... chin, Jr., and Mrs. Evelyn] Mary

i ever to serve under one field one-quarter hours, deals mostly aI Buchan, a son weighing 7 Ibs,
commander ] with hynotism and including I 12'i' ozs., on April 26.

" the mystic art of mind. Lt. (jg) Kenneth O. Ekeland,

! Three weeks after V-E Day,.he reading and things of that nature J Jr., and Mrs. Kenneth Ekeland] a

was drafted to become head of as an added attraction.For girl weighing 5 Ibs, 13 ozs., on

the Veterans Administration during an enjoyable and enter- April 28. itt

f the critical postwar demobilization ] taining evening, don't miss Allan I Lt. John W. Ladosz and Mrs.

I of U. S. Armed Forces. In one of America's foremost Joy S. Ladosz, a daughter weigh-

r February 1948 he became Chief hypnotists. The X-ray eye of CRIPPLED PANTHER-Safe on the flight deck of the USS ing 6 Ibs., 15ozs., on April 29.
1; of Staff, U. S. Army, and was appointed Allan sees and reveals your innermost Antietam Lt. R. Saturne can smile about the damaged tall sectionof Chief Aviation Machinist's Mate
i General of the Army in thoughts. his F9F Panther jet fighter. The upper section of the vertical Laurice M. Esty and Mrs. Louise -
stabilizer was shot by Communist flak in a mission
f September 1950. Admision is free and no tick enemy lines in Korea. He was forced to fly back to the carrier over Esty, a son weighing 8 lbs., 3'.. .
.. At the first meeting of the Atlantic ets are required. with the tall section practically inoperative. ozs., on April 30.Hospitalman ;
Pact nations in 1949, Gen. ---- Thomas Vance

r Bradley] was appointed the first Webb and Mrs. May Nettie Webbya

Chairmen of the Military Committee --. KI daughter weighing 7 Ibt, ,4'4'!
! of the North Atlantic NOY w ratSO -= A 1t ozs., on May 1. 1

Treaty Organization. At present 1
! he is the UN representative to the He may be Just a little boy M

Standing Group of the Military heart, but you can't amuse him .

Committee (NATO). with lollipops and marbles.

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8 May 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

VA-17S. VJ-2, VF-171 Report d I

:. t 4 Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons SALTY HUMOR FROM ;

,"" VA-175 ing the personnel strength of the .
l'., :''" unit which commissioned HERE AND T.HERE
Giving the personnelmen a was
headache are arrivals and transfers here less than two months ago. Minister: "Son, do you think _
y, of men in VA-175. Henry With the primary job of hurri- you can lead a good Christian life
r Byrnes, AE1 is now brushing up cane hunting the squadron is the at college on your $90 a month?"
I : ,: on the latest ordnance techniques first U. S. Navy full time weather Student: "Sir I'm afraid that'i
'. at NATTC Jax., while John Mul-' squadron in the Atlantic. all I can do. ,

lint DK3 has been sent to VS-23 Almost half of the new person-
... for duty. nel assigned the squadron are r AN: "I understand the Chief
: Don Dietle ALAN is now at experienced petty officers Theyare tw { went on sick call for his cold. ,I.
the Naval Air Development Center :. William Potts AGC; L. R. What did they do for him?"

NAS, Johnsville Pa., for a Upton, AGC; F. A. Smith BMC; Personnel Clerk: "They pre- I

''' tour of shore duty. Henry Clark, ADI; W. A. Rouse, scribed a jigger of bourbon and
A belated "welcome aboard" to AD1; John Livingston, AOU1; two aspirins every nightAndhis

.It. ., Eugene" Pieschel AO1 who is Robert Small, AD2; Francis i wife told me this morning
back once again among nautical Chainiers, PR2; Lynn Vogel that he's six months behind on
;. '' men after his stint at the Marine AD2; Herman Rosenberg AEM2; the aspirin, and three years

': Corps Air Station at Miami, Fla. Harold Carlson AO2; D. W. ,. ahead on bourbon.
'yam Also to Art Stanwood AMAA : Harris, AM2; Joseph McCarthy, .qx r< .nag .T
who has j just finished school at A03; Joseph White, AM3; B. R. Detective: "So you're lookingfor

:. NATTC, Memphis. Watson, AO3; Felix Childre AF3; your cashier? Is he tall or
,. ....,.' .. .. ..... ,.. short?"
Felix'"Zarosa:ADI is now tearIng Lawrence Straub AD3; Harvey : ) : < >.f':<:'< 4. jet engines apart since his Martin AM3; William Sporer CAG 10 COMMISSIONED. Joel !Mills (at microphone) Broker: "Both." .
reads orders giving him command of 104 at
.. : Fighter Squadron the
.i transfer to VF-172. Ben "legal A. P.
CS3; John Farrall, AM3; commissioning of Carrier Air Group 10 at Cecil Field last week. "Last night I dreamed you and
tax eagle" Kittiko, YNT2 is now Davis, AM3; Eugene Pickett Officers standing by are (left to right) Lcdr. Ralph E. Cheney, me got commissions."
sweating through a course on the AE3; J. J. Carpenter, AD3; who assumed temporary command of the Air Group; Rear Adm. "Yeah? What sellin' "
Universal Code of Military Jus- Joseph Sullivan, AD3; and James Osborne B. Hardison, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, who wuz we ?
officially placed CAG 10 in commission, and Lcdr. Frank W. --
tice.A. Eaton, AD3. Hallowell, flag lieutenant and aide. Tourist: "Good river for fish?"
definite loss will be felt Among the airmen reporting I t Fisherman: "Must be. I can't
r with the absence of the very able aboard are: Gerald Hooke John Mallory Karl Kuzawski Thomas the intra-mural sports scene the persuade any to come out."

... Lt. Edwin Scorza who was acting Hubner, Robert Schaffner, Bartlett Robert Halverson, Rob squadron softball aggregation has
,h.r, Executive Officer for VA. George Barker Armand Varen- ert Galboe Joseph Andrews, attracted attention by rackingup Our Famous Last Words for
;cc" 175 for the past six months. holt, Richard Harris Robert Robert Glendron, William Lup- a 3 win and 1 loss record so Today: Two men are walking
'! t- .' Ensign Harvey Sager reported Stephens, James Hamlin Charles her Edward Bresnahan F far. The "Hunters" captured a down the street when they see

.a:',., to the separation center pending Joyeusaz, David Press Phil Dren- Savard Thomas Long, Howard I decision from VF-173 and drop- two women coming toward them
',' his release to inactive duty. nan John Outlaw William Massengale James Biggs, John ped a game to Fasron 6 in their about halfway down the block.

'" .. Singer, Michael Harter, Henry Pino John Hafner, and E. Pettit. last games. One grabs the other and pulls
l *
r. VJ-2 Steck Kenneth McGovern, James Despite being a newcomer to VF171In him into an alley, saying: 'Quick, ?

,: t Fifty seven enlisted men have accordance with the recent let's get"' t of sight. Here comes ...
,' reported aboard for duty with I lists published by the Bureau of my wife and the girl I've been
I r,..... ( VJ-2 in the past 14 days bolster- running around with."
., Personnel there are now three
{< ; new "full bulls" in VF-171. Wearers Whereupon his friend said:

:' I Traffic Violations of the shiny railroad tracks "That's funny I was just goingto
Lt.'s F. Brown Joe say the same thing
are Taylor ,
i & Listed below are the traffic I _
Morgan and Gordon White.
Z t'J : court penalties awarded at this Feeling pretty frisky after "How far is it to the next serv-

f ', ?. station for the period of April 25 trouncing VA-175 in a noon hour ice station?" asked the motorist.

t!": :j:. to May 1: volleyball game, the "Screamin1Demons" "Well, it's about two miles the
Multiple Offenses: P. G. Morris, j extend a challenge to way the crow flies."

AA-Lent car to man underageand the other ball and net men in the "That's fine. But how, far is it
without driver's license; sta. area. if the crow has to walk and roll a

tion permit expired; no written Ensign Wally Camden is TADto flat tire?"

permission to drive car given- Key West Florida where he is
20 days loss of driving privilege. getting the latest word on jet in- Note' in vital statistics columnof
J. A. Shue SHSN- Speeding; I struments. a small Arkansas weekly.:"Due
faulty equipment days loss of I to; the shortage of paper a num.
driving privilege. I ber of births will be postponeduntil
M. T Petrick SASpeeding, Lutheran Service next week,"

faulty equipment; no driver's lit
Center Opens
tense-Recommended CO Mast.A. .
R. Bello ANLost station I Jacksonville has II new attraction
lag; faulty equipment- days for sailors who have timeon

loss of driving privilege and restriction their hands. The Lutheran

of car until repaired. Service i Center will officiallyopen I
Miscellaneous Offenses: A. E. its doors to all hands regardless -
RhodesIllegal use of station of denomination this

fag; (also O&R parking tag-) ''< Sunday, at 1500 at the club at 22
/ 30 days loss of driving privilege ESSAY WINNER-Champion essayist in ComAlrLant's-recent : i North Hogan St.
y and letter to Department Head. Plane Captain essay contest is William F McBroom, ADC, I Among the varied attractionsto
(left) of VC-62, NAAS Cecil Field. McBroom receives congratulations :
O. H. Hunt- Driver's license the service personnel will bea
from Vice Adm. John J. Ballentine, Commander Air Forces
.i expired. days loss of driving Atlantic Fleet. The Admiral presented the Chief an equippedtool I TV lounge, a piano for the musically ,rr v
privilege. box worth over $100 for copping top prize. inclined, a radio readingroom i
E. H. I with pocket book and y
Sgt. MooreImproper magazine ;
f. parking-CO for action.H. Tops Among 100 Entries i library a ping pong table

C. and for those cold
Weitzel AN-Speeding- warm nights
10 days loss of driving privilege.R. Lists 'Responsibility7 As No.1 1 Factor drinks and refreshments.

F Momarts AA-Lost temporary -

a>driving privilege.sticker-- 5 days loss of j In His Winning ComAirlant! EssayWinning 'I complished He experience.further"through emphasized" trainingand that

1 I
essay among 100 entries tance and necessity of a highly "The Plane Captain 'must
Honors Go To in ComAirLant's record trained, responsible, and de- I know' his airplane inside and
Plane out and understand 'better
Captain essay contestwas
pendable plane captain, whose
Marine Grad written by William F. Mc- than the pilot' every instru-
work is lives of
to safeguard
Broom, ADC attached to VC- ment and control in the cock.
62, NAAS, Cecil Field. pilots government material, pit."
At AO School and last but not least the dem-
\ As a reward for his efforts, One of the outstanding pre
4 Another Marine student of Chief McBroom received an ocracy "of this nation and its cautions for Plane Captains to

the NATTCenter walked away equipped tool box worth 100 people. remember is "never turn your

r with the high honors at last dollars, presented to him by From the three groups, three back on a revolving propeller"Chief
week's graduating class of the Vice Adm. John J. Ballentine best essays were chosen and McBroom warned.

Aviation Ordnance School. Commander Air Forces,. Atlantic then a final selection, pick- Numerous other paragraphs
This time it was Corporal Fleet. ing a winner for each group. of valuable information to the

Orville L. Knodle of Cedar- The contest, which was divided Chief McBroom's entry was Plane Captain was included in

ville, Illinois, who was first in into three groups, was judged best from those sub- the winning essay which is
his class of 43 students. The restricted to enlisted aviation mitted from carrier air groups printed in the April issue of

average which won him the personnel and was judged bya composite squadrons and air General Information' Bulletin.A .
honors of graduating class 1-DA group of officers and enlisted antisubmarine squadrons. native of Linwood, Kansas "MOO-OO Sultry A del
Mara, curvaceous starlet for
Chief McBroom has served
was 91.25. I men ,
Republic Studios, posts la the
. Corporal Knodle who reported In his winning essay Chief aboard the carriers Sicily, latest togs of what "the well-
) here in November 1951, Primary purpose of the essay McBroom termed "responsibility" Coral Sea, Philippine Sea, and dressed cowgirl" will wear in
completed the ANP) School was "to establish in the as the first and most im- was assigned to NAS Pensa- 1952. Betch there's going to '

before entering the Ordnance minds of enlisted men and officers portant factor of a good Plane cola preceding his present as- be lope more roaMing than the deer prairie and ante this "

School. of the Navy the impor Captain, which can only be itc- signment. year."

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Page Six JAX Am NEWS S'May 1952r

r"t' Fliers Head City League

With Unbeaten Slate

Firmly imbedded in first- placein I
Hardage & Sons last Wednesdayas I
the Jacksonville City League, the locals went on to win, 6-3, J
Jax Navy Fliers will face a pair
with Zeigler on the mound. {
r rr
circuit foes over the week-end \
r Charleston Marines Sunday McDuff Hardware wa
after hosting the
victim number five as McCaffrey '
on Mason Field this afternoon
With John Charvat threw and hit his way to a 9-' {
and Friday.
Followers of the gloves and ring were recipients of first' class Gordon Lassila and John Mc decision on Mason Field. Coughlin -

fight entertainment last week when 204 pounds of pugilistic fury ThincladsBest Caffrey both own 2-0 records in rapped out three singles in I
began training in the new ring room of the NATTCenter Indoor league hurling while the versa four trips, but McCaffrey's one- f
Swimming Pool for a shot at Irish Bob Murphy at the Boston tile Bill Zeigler notched his first baser drove in a trio of runner

NT Stadium in early June. EglinJax mound win last week as the locals in a big five run sixth inning.-
Ranked fifth in the line of contenders for the world's heavyweight .
moved to a 5-0 record.
championship, Coley Wallace, a native Jaxon, will use the Navy thinclads eked out In conference competition the' Scoring early the locals led 3-0
facilities of the Center for two weeks before moving to New York
I in the fourth before McDuff pushed -
% another victory from Eglin AFB Fliers dropped a pair to
City where he'll tune up at the Eighth Avenue Uptown Gym. last LackawannaPark Teachers College, 6-5, 11-6, having across a single marker, but
Winner of the Wallace-Murphy fight is third in line for a crackat Thursday at previously split a series with : the big sixth was too I much for
68Vi-62V4 with the
the title now held by Jersey Joe Walcott, surprise victor over decided, until the marginnot final the Professors in the season opener I thelosers as they rallied for a
Ezzard Charles in their last meeting. This pair battles again shortly event being the mile at the Naval Air Station in'' run in the seventh and a pair in !
and Rocky Marciano is slated to duel the champ in another title relay. March. both the eighth: and ninth.
The relay team paced it in
Four Fliers collected two hits ,
S Harry Knickelbine, special' services officer, was on hand 3.31.8 with Gene Fields, Don Jim Coughlin tripled with two each as the Navy guns roared for .
last Thursday when the big& negro heavyweight arrived at the gym Funk, Jim Stewart and Larry mates aboard to spell defeat for 13 hits, Zeigler's double the only
and following a short gab session, Coley took time out to referee White churning the cinders for extra base knock for the locals.

NA.TTCenter intramural bouts. the Navy. Remains Cecil Field is the foe Saturday
i' Also worthy of mention is Bob Varsity while Sunday Downing Hard

Jaxons Proud of Coley Boyd who cleared the high bar ware will invade the NAS dia- '
Coley's trip to Jacksonville was not necessarily the first leg at an even 6 feet for the Fliers to Unbeaten In City mohd, game time 1400. Results of "f#
of his training, but rather an opportunity to visit his mother whom take first in the high jump. the Warner Robins AFB serieson

he hadn't seen for over three years. The fans around 1504 Wood Hot weather slowed the men Loop Com petition the road Monday and Tuesdaywere
.;..... Street are mighty proud of their favorite son. down and most of the times were not available at press time.
A comparative newcomer to the fight game, Coley turned pro not indicative of the best effortsof Coming from behind a 2-1 de- The line score:
4 in 1950 after annexing Golden Gloves titles in 1948 and 1949 and either team. ficit in the seventh with a pair of RUE

was previously a National AAU heavyweight champ. An injurednose The Fliers trek to Eglin for a runs, the Navy softballers de- McDuff 000 100 122-6 8I
kept him out of action shortly before joining'the "fight for return meet May 10 which prom feated CWA, 3-2, last week to remain Jax Navy 210 005 Olx-9 13 2

money boys." ises to be a good one since both unbeaten in Men's City Johns, Johnson (6)) and Pad
Since turning pro tfie 24-year-old Wallace has seen action 20 teams are so evenly matched.: Softball League competition. gett; McCaffrey and Faustyn.
times, dropping 16 foes for the long count, gaining a trio of de- The events: Friday night the Fliers tangle I .
cisions and losing but a single outing to Elkin Brothers in Boston. with Cecil Field at LackawannaPark I
Asked if he's fought Murphy before, Coley said, "No. But I've One mile run: Won by FowleE as they seek to pad their
seen him work and he's a good boy You've got to fight him to beat ( ). Time 4.33 seconds. league 'leadership with Al Gon- I. List WinnersOf

him. He's a real good boy." 440 yd. dash: Won by Ferguson yea on the mound.

.,.. In his last fight, April 21, Coley was awarded a unanimous (E). Time 51.5 seconds. The local: spotted CWA a run Two-Ball

decision over Sandy McPherson at Boston Stadium, having pre- 100 yd. dash: Won by HuntN in both the first and sixth, but i
I viously KO'd Willie James, New, England heavyweight king, in six ( ). Time 10.1 seconds. got one back in their half of the i Foursome PlayThirty

rounds at the same arena. 120 yd. high hurdles: Won by sixth as Gene Trotter hit for the
t I'm six pounds over my 198 pound fighting weight," Coley volunteered Dunne (E). Time 15.8. circuit with the bases empty. I
',t;" "but I'll be down in good shape by the time I leave here. In the seventh George Breen one golfers garnered
1\\ I sure do appreciate the chance to use this gym," he completed. 880 yd. run: Won by Raykovich singled and Jonn Adams drew recognition in the last Officers'
(E). Tine 2.06. Wives Golf Group two-ball four-
life on an error. Gonyea, pinch
, 220 yd. dash: Won by StevensE some played April 27 at the NAS
Fliers Jinxed By Collegians hitting for the pitcher, Woodrow
( ). Time 22.8. course,
\ ;./ -. Brooklyn held a jinx ever St. Louis last year, Cleveland couldn't Perry, skied'deep to center, but
beat New York in Yankee Stadium, and the local nine is utterly Two mile run: Ray (N). Time Bradley Tredinnick followed I Rear Adm. Osborne Hardison -

snake bit when it comes to playing college competition this season.In 10.14. with a single that sent both run- presented prizes to the winnersand
" 14 games to date the rah-rah boys have defeated the Fliersno 220 yd. low hurdles: White (N). ners across.It runners ups. in the various

less than 12 times, yet in city play Coach Frank McCaffrey's Time.27.0. was the closest game of the events. "
. charges are 5-0 and against service ana professional foes they stand One mile relay: White, Fields, season for the Fliers after having Phil Hambsch was the only
8-5. Anybody got the answer? Funk, Stewart (N). Time 3.31.8. previously downed three league linksman in the field of 46 to
It's a known fact that college athletes adhere to closer training Pole valut: Guthrie 1 (N). rivals by impressive margins. In place twice. lie won the Class A
regulations and curfew hours, but still the Navy entry does not Height 10 ft. posting his second win Perry allowed "nearest the pin" and with Betty
hold practice on Bay Street nor is there a club rule stating you must five hits, struck out two Gray was tied with Captain and
High jump: Boyd (N), Height
go to bed after 0200, so that angle doesn't hold much water. and walked one. Mrs. Rice for Class A low gross
. College throwers are live with lots of speed and occasionally 6 ft.Shot CWA counted once in the first honors. Bill and Mary Barrow
" '{ you'll find one that is clever with a curve, but there are too many put: Wright (N). Distance when Goodman doubled and were winners of this event.

:; "sure outs" on the Flier roster to offer any resistance to that kind of 43'4 3/4". scored on Spires two baser. The In Class A low net competition
" pitching.The. Javelin: Walker (N), Distance same combination produced another Dick Wheat and Marge Gardner

., season is young, it says here. With an eye to the future 169' 4". run in the sixth as Good- teamed to win and Captain and
t: the locals hope for a brighter summer with over 50 games yet to Discus: Dunbar (E). 124 4" man singled, moved to second ona Mrs. Early tied with Captain

be "staged," so there is plenty of diamond action in store for station Broad jump: Johnson (E), Distance sacrifice and scored on Spires' and Mrs. Hawkins for second

t\\a.. personnel at Mason Field. I 21'. li"! safety to left. place.
r iD Winners of the longest drive

r :'" Fishing Poor-Says Calendar .S+<. events for women were Bess Day
f' According to Gallagher & Burton's fishing calendar for both .. ... in Class A and Montie Bower; in
:fresh and salt water fish the prospects of a large catch will be poor Class B, while Lt. John Hughesand

the coming week. Jim Armstrong captured the
This calendar takes into consideration every thing from the honors for men in the same .

moon and the signs to the number of back lashes in your reel, but' A.ey. q Y sy X44 '4 Y }ZitV1P}Yu.. classes.
then records show that on the day Moby Dick was caught the pre- Bill Hopkins had the nearest '

diction was for poor fishing, so you can't follow the calendar too putt in Class A and Ruth Self-

closely. 1p. ridge in Class B and Max Mor
rY a /
", over United Television on the gan annexed the nearest pin

: Waves HitI' Glen Myra diamond.Eva Class B contest.

;/ Buenger and Ru i Richardson e Class B Low net winners were

With Loss collected five safeties in W: ,' : 'NO Fred and B. J. Woodward and
,.o... ,
4n y4yd H d' w C. John and Trudy Hughes were
as many trips to pace the attack, second. John and Polly Darnell '

In Opener a pair of Buenger's blows going took low gross Class B honors

for the circuit.Righthander. and Tom and Claire Cooper -
, 4
rt Seeking revenge :for their initial Kay Shorb held placed in the runners-up spot.

defeat by MacMichael's Sun- the TVites to six hits while strik- Ken and Kim Harper won the
" dries, 12-5, last week the Jax ing out five and issuing but two blind par event and Bob and Pat
Navy Waves are'looking forward walks as she blasted the visitors i f ts.I Barnes came in second.
'' '," to a win in the next City Girl's pitching for four hits, a home run .
'*i;:. Softball League game which willI' and a double included the collec Bill Ezinicki slam-bang right.
winger of the Boston Bruins who
:I! be played tomorrow night tion.Scoring r'f ''sar holds the distinction of being the
the lights at Glen Myra. eight runs in the firston a most penalized player on ice today j
The formerly impotent bats of six hit the Waves were never has had 64 stitches during
Waves Softball nine were unleashed headed as they added 10 in the DEADLY RIGHT-Coley Wallace, fifth ranking heavyweight his hockey career. lie does a com
In the country, shows Lcdr. Harry KnlckelbineJ NAS Special plete switch of character in the .
1" with all their fury last second :five in the third and four Services officer, the right hand that has knocked out 16 foes in off-season. He is golf pro at the .
' Friday as the local lassies pound. in the fourth, the game called at 29 pro fights. Wallace opened training here at NAS last week Colonial Country Club in Mass. .
I ed out, 29 hits for a 27-3 win that point because of time. for his fight with Irish Bob Murphy In June. and is very dignified, decorous.r .

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8 May 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven X J JJ


, Cunningham ComFair, Fasron 6 Move

Halted InAHNayy a I

MixJacky Up In Softball Standings

ComFair Jax and Fasron Six
Cunningham, lone Jax boast records of 4-0. Hospital hasbeen
made determined bids to gain the
Navy entry in the all-Navy fis-
leadership'in the American divis- more impressive in its wins
tic finals held at San Diego, but the Reserves have had the
ion week of
as the second the
,. reached the quarter-finals .before NAS intra-mural softball league punch needed to gain the decis-

he was stopped. ions in
tight games.
rolled to a close last Friday.
; The local pugilist was leading Fasron C Sets Mark
Both ComFair and Fasron were
t his opponent Guy Sampson of undefeated in three outings last Fasron Sixers posted a 'new

\ the Mid-Atlantic team, when a ..;.: ; week and maintained the pace scoring mark when they rompedby

.'straight right reopened a cut in VF-17I, 38-8. The previous
I set by, the undefeated represen-
the scrappy Marines' right eye ..l.YOU'RE. tatives of Fasron 109, currently high was registered by Operations
lid and the referee was forced to during the opening week of play
OUT-That's the decision rendered by umpire Jim heading the circuit.In .
stop the fight Perry as Bill Meyer ComFair shortstop, slides into third base the National League NAR when they out slugged Supply,

6th ND Wins Three protected by FaeuTuLant's Pete Wikforski. Com Fair won the 2421. Supply also eclipsed the
TU and continue to
The 6th Naval District team game 15-11 to move into a tie for second spot in' the NAS softball Hosiptal old mark with a 34-8 win over
standings. make it a two team race as they
made an admirable showing in FAW-11.
the eliminations placing three Fasron 109 topped previously

men on the roster of the 1952 All- Gator JinxHaunts undefeated VP-5, 4-3, to open
JRX{ litH news
Navy champions and having another t play Monday and VF-171 downed

I quarter final loser pickedto FAETULant, 14-6; VJ-2 pounded

travel with the champions "to JaxTennismen VF-173, 12-1; VP-861 defeated

:Kansas City in mid-June for the HAW-1, 8-3; Fasron Six blasted

: Olympic tryouts. I iottsRace VF-174, 12-8, and ComFair JafC

Cherry Point Shines decisivelY' trounced VA-175, 218.

In spite of improving their Tuesday Operations clipped 1st
The winners, all from Cherry
Lt. 10 6
; Supply shellacked
Point, are: Rudy Gwin welter- team the Fliers netmen suc-
FAW-11 34-8 NARTU
; edged
weight brawler who Von Jax cumbed once again to the Uni-
G, 10-9, Hospital found slight resistance -
Golden Gloves honors and the versity of Florida, 6-3, on the Ga

6th Naval District crown in his tors' home courts for the second Tightens In NATTC in O&R, 8-1, and the
Photo Lab-Commissary game was
defeat this Both defeats
weight division; Ed Kennet, the season.

,upset artist of the year in the were administered by the Gators. postponed.
Intramural PlayA VJ-2 FaUs
middleweight and Moon Mullinsin Bantam Ben Sobieraj made off After going undefeated in

the bantam class. The contender : with the No. 1 singles play, best-
their first three encounters VJ-2

who looked good in getting ing, Roger Pharr in easy sets, 6- in NATTC's new leader intramural came to the softball fore one, 10-8, while the ANP( ) fell victim to Fasron Six, 23-6;

beaten was Tom Occera who was 3, 6-3, while Leon Wilson of Jax Ships Company took one from
ComFair Jax had little trouble in
league last week as Special Servo
TKOed in much the same as had a little more trouble collect
way Supply and the ANP) student
disposing of VF-171, 16-9; VF-174
i ices-First Lieutenant
Cunningham. ing the No. 2 singles, 6-3, 8-6, jumped a squad went down to AO School, breezed
past FAETULant 18-7
for ; ,.
J from Bob few percentage points past ;
Czerwonky. 11.6, for its first defeat. VP-861
edged VP-5 4-3. Fasron
mer leaders ANP) and AE
VF-11 Hospital Matches: Close Schools. Standings 109 downed VF-173, 16-2, and

Florida's first victory featured Woo J..t ret. VA-175 forfeited to UA W.l to
The leading nine has one more .
58-tat Lt. 7 1 .873AN :
John Hires downing Dave Lewisof Student 6 1 ,857 end Wednesday's play
Move Into Golf counted because the protest
the Fliers, 6-3, 75. Jack Webb game AE School 6 1 ,R">7 Action in the National League
game between AE and ANP( ) A/C Maintenance 5 3 .629
fought through three sets before Medical 4 3 .571 Thursday saw Dispensary blank
has not yet been decided. AMP I ) Ships Company 4 '3, .571
Tourney LeadA finally succumbing to Gator AO Students !5 4 .!'JOO Photo Lab, 12-0; Hospital regis-

Fred Bill, 7-5, 3662., SS-lst Lt. LeadsIn Supply 3 5 :.375 tering a 13-Qi shutout over O&G;
AH School 3 5 .378
week of upsets and" unplayed In other singles matches Dan' last week's competitionFirst i Marines 2 6 ,250 Supply blasted 1st Lt. 20-8; NAR-
matches brought abou a tremen- AO Ship Company 1 7 .144
,Terry of Florida nudged Jay Lieutenant-Special Services Personnel 1 7 ..144Skeetmen TU and Hospital continue to

.. dous shuffle in the standings of Thompson, 6-2, 2-6, 6-1, while stopped the student storekeepers, I and Communications a forfeit
both leagues of intramural golf 12-2 in the tilt of the winner
Don Eads of Florida stopped Len opening over Commissary.

competition last week. Curtis, 6-1, 62.Sobieraj.Wilson. v i week, A/C Maintenance bowedto Cop Ending the week's play Com

Of last week's two top teamsin the Electricians, 3-1, and the Fair Jax outlasted FAETULant,

each league only one, VF-11, Unbeaten Medics chiseled out a 15-3 win i State Service 15-11; VF-174 defeated VJ-2, 22-
Sobieraj and Wilson swept toa
remains in power. VF-11 climbed from the Marines. 5; Fasron Six notched a 38-8 win
into the driver's in the Amer- doubles win over Czerwonkyand
ican Hires, 6-4, 6-4, while Webb Tuesday saw Personnel losing Title At TampaFiring over VF-171; VP-5 gained a for-
League sharing a first
feit VA-175 while
NATTC and Lewis bowed to Pharr and 17-5, to the Supplyers; Ordnance 1 over ,
place tie with Traininglast
VF-173 and HAW-1-Fasron
week. Bill, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4. Bob Chartrandand school boys working over AO : a perfect 100 x 100, 109

Ships Company, 13-0, and ANP games were postponed.
Thompson of Jax were
Hospital and NARTU surged Chief Ken Pendergras of Jax
6-2, 6-2, in the last set by Ed ( ) taking one from ANP( ) Tram AMERICAN MCAGl'KArthur
ahead of the Fasrons, National Navy's Skeet team led his teamto W L
Kassatly and Don Phillips.The Ships Company, 82.Electricians }'ur" 108 4 0
League leaders of last week. victory in the Service Five Comlo'ltlr Jag 4 1
Because of inspections last doubles combination of Beaten I }'auon SIx 4 1

Wilson and has not been Man Team state championshipheld VP-5 VP-A61 J 1
week-end four teams had one Sobieraj Handing the Electricians their
at Tampa, Fla. over the VJ.2 3.2
more match to play to completethe defeated this season. first formal defeat, 7-6, Special HAW-I 2 2

4th round schedule. These The next match for the Fliers Services-1st Lieut. took over the week-end. V 10'.171 Jo'.174 1 3

teams were NATTC Training, will test the mettle of the University league lead as the storekeepers I Five championships were won F AETULIM- 0 S

NATTC Administration FAW- of Georgia May 17 at the bounced the Marines for their by Jax Navy, Pendergras cop- VA-175 0 !5!

ll-VP-861 and MAD. Boone Park courts.Qualifying. ping the small gauge state cham-
second defeat of the week, 9-6. NATIONAL\ 1.IAG\1:
pionship with a perfect 50 x 50, L
1-KAOt'K: A/C Maintenance smacked 'Personnel NARTU 4
VFllAMERICAN 3t i the Class A championship in the 0
I 15-5, in the final game of Hospital 4 0
I 36ldeofcal-Adm-Nab "" 20 gauge race with a 98 x 100 and : 2 1DPsp
MAD L Training 25 day. the Class A all-gauge championship 1naary' 2 3 1

V.5-VJ.2, Faa-1!! 20 Opens '52 Station Thursday ended action for the with a perfect 100 x 100. Photo f' Lab 1 a
ComFalrJax J81,;(, week with Dispensary garnering OAR 1 2
O & R-Publk Work..gs 9 Bill Arthur took the 20-gauge Commissary 1 2

NATIONAL LRAGCRNARTUI : Chase; Sr., Ken Sutton, Jud Pear Class B title, blasting another FAW.ll 1 3
Golf TournamentThe Jst Lt. 0 4
29F'AG17109 son, Earvin Scott, Jim Gray and perfect 100 x 100. Deadlockedwith ..

27 1952 Naval Air Station other members of the local golf I Angelo Spicola of Tampa lost by missing one bird
in the shoot-off.
'uron-6 25 team. for the 20 gauge championship, I I'o
W.l1.VP 1 j1J will
f'raUons-Publle})'A Works 121NATTCAdm. Golf Championship open. Gordon Teets captured laurelsin

. 11 this week end with qualifying the Class B championshipshoot

rounds slated to determine with 28 with a
i gauge guns
Tars At Home brackets for individual matches. 49 x 50.

Top 16 qualifiers will play in In the 20-gauge match Bill

the championship flight with Bill Arthur rapped out a 100 x 100,
DaysAugusta's Foulk, the 1951 titlest, on handto Ken Pendergras a 98 x 100, Ed

defend his crown. Handicapswill Varner a 98 x 100, and Gordon
will face the
Tigers be given for the rema ning'brackets Teets a 97 x 100.
Jacksonville Tars this evening at
that will be extendedto Scores posted by Navy men in
2000 at the Myrtle Avenue orchard
include: all those qualifying. the 12 gauge event were Pender-
the locals continue their
as Under the direction of Comdr. gras with another 100 x 100, Ed

drive for pennant contention in Jerome Morrison the tournamentwill .. ..tpyvec Varner with 98 x 100, Bill Arthura
the Class A South Atlantic xt x {q ; oF 4G6 M .L a.F,
.A f
be run over a period of four 97 x 100, Gordon Teets 98 x 100
League. weeks with the 'winners deter- and Bill Fruchenicht 91 x 100.

Last year's league champions, 31. I .
mined by May
the! Montgomery Grays, provide
will be awarded the Ping Pong
in Trophies ..... TourneyTo
the opposition single games in each ( .::%'t' t; "t-j 0t ',,"
Friday and Saturday and a dou- champion and runner up -' 4ilJ.g 1t. y ,k,.. ... 21
bleheader time division and a $1 entry fee will t>> .':."f'lJif', ':;*l Begin May
Sunday "
game ; t \"Jfl"Wi' ,
'4 ...
be assessed to cover the costs. Entries are now being receivedin
the Tars close a seven- ,
game, as home stand and take to the The tournament is open to all .. ....,.,...." ..i... ,. Special Services office, Building -

road until May 20. Naval personnel in the Jackson- HIGH STEPPERS-James White of Tax: Navy (center) ap- 930, for the approaching ping

I Special "Baseball Park" buses ville area.. pears to have a comfortable lead over Ellin's James Dunne (right), pong tournament, May 21, whichis

downtown Jacksonville Expected to give Foulk top but Dunne came on to win this 120-high hurdle event in the Jax- open to all NAS personnel. The
Eglin track meet last week. The Fliers captured their second track
during each h 'nw game and return competition for the championship win over Eglin. 6862 i. P. R. Moss of Eglin (left) finished deadline for entry is 1300, May

a immediately after the game. trophy are Gene Towry, Bill third in this event. 18.

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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 8 May 1952

Good Game Of Stamina

am7l1lm Need To Get Back Into Condition? I

(Items offering for sale articles:

ol property such as washing ma Handball's. The Game That'll Do It f

chines, automobiles, furniture, radios _
One of the finest body conditioners
clothing and the like
in the realm of sports!IThat.s road across from the CPO Club,
prohibited by Defense Depart which on Mustin Road by the Officers f
ment regulations. This column ..+ anyone
is not for sissies. tennis courts and on Mason
will tell
will, however, list such services; you
Mainside bar-
Field behind the
athletes first learned to ;
as available housing, rides want- 1 aTi Many ..
the in the service and racks. J'
ed, lost and found articles, and
*, *
station personnel can take advantage S
other similar notices).
of the same opportunityby Handballs and mitts may be "

FOR RENT using! any one of five handball procured at the NAS Special .

Furn. 2rm. apt. bath. 508 Milwaukee courts aboard the base. Services and the courts are never "..
.. .,... ._._..
Ave. Orange Park. DorisF. d" "-.d.-- .. Courts are located on Mustin locked. Some players make use '-.../

Nelson. I ARENA OF ACTIONThe of the squash courts building
Furn. 2rm. apt. bath. 3664 Hen. building above is not a bird which has lights and air condit.

o dricks St. Mrs. Bryan. Ph. 8- cage. It's one of the three k ioning when they want to playin
buildings aboard the station
1598. I that house six handball courts, the evenings.

Furn. 2-bdrm. apt. $90 per mo. five of which are now in opera Handball originated in Ireland
tion. In right photo partakingof and stems from the same sportas
St. Mrs.
3606 Herschel Hoyenga.
I the fast game of handball tennis and other racquet
Ph. 2-2465. are Don Elston (left) and Orville -
games. It is generally agreed
DeJong. Personnel can use
2503 DellwoodAve.
Furn. Single rm. that "Fives"* is the forerunner of
these courts anytime they wish. K
Mr. W. G. Bowen. Ph. 7-
I Few sports offer the ruggedness all games of this sort.
5626. of handball, the "athlete's, r r r
Furn. Single rm. 2331 Forbes St. game.
i The game is relatively new in
Mrs. Ladage. Ph. 79714. this country, making its first ap- '

Furn. home. Rent June, July Breezing Around pearance in approximately 1880
Aug. 4135 Venetia Rd. Mrs. W. when the famous Irish player

J. Parsons, Ph. 2-44DO. O&R Phil Casey migrated to Brooklyn -

.Furn. 3-rm. cottage. $53 per mo. and introduced the game to
Avail. May 13. 4425 HiawathaSt. Instrument Shop America.

Ortega. Mrs. Mobley. I The pressure instrument section f Bathing beaches began a

Furn. 3-rm. apt. $60 per mo. 4360 of the Instrument Shop hasa Instrumental In Establishing Unit game of one-wall handball with \--.1

San Juan Ave. Ruby L. Witt. new leadingman, Clyde E. Roe- larger, softer balls. This type of

Ph. 29614. sel and all of us wish to congratulate II 'Malmos No. 1' Helmsman LeavesTo game grew in popularity until

him. there are now over 1200 one wall
Furn. 3rm. apt. $60 per mo.
Avondale. Mrs. Grant. Ph. 2- Glad to )hear that our friend Work At Other Ports courts in public parks in Greater I
7190. Paul Driebelbis, formerly in the Continue New York alone.

Room is home from the .
Gyro r
Furn. 3rm. apt. 2044 Herschel Lcdr. John M. Hirst, officer-in-
hospital now. equipment was perfected in the 'Hard ball handball" is
of the first and playedon
.. St. Mrs. Mary Feagle. Ph. 8- I charge Navy's
4733. The Instrument Shop had two only permanently established Malaria and Mosquito Control four and one-wall courts.

members receiving awards at t the Malaria and Mosquito Control laboratories, twice field tested, Softball rules state that only one -
Furn. 2 Single rms. 2601 Park St. banquet given by the Ladies O&R Unit, which he was largely in- and is now being installed as permanent hand may hit the ball but in

Mrs. S. R. Houston. Ph 82770. Bowling League, May 3 at the I. strumental in establishing, was equipment in Military hardball a player may kick with

Furn. Single rm. Murray Hill. close of their bowling season. 'relieved of his command last I Air Transport planes and hospital either foot as well. The ball .is

Mrs. White. Ph. 88797. Geraldine Adams was awarded a Thursday by Lcdr. Kenneth L. aircraft. bounced onto the back wall and

Furn. Single rm. 2135 Riverside tropHy for high game of the sea J Knight. I Only recently the insecticide the opposing player must pick

Ave. Miss P. Usry. Ph. 88-8414. son and Dorothy Roberson received Lcdr. Hirst, whose tour of duty I dispersal gear, which can be instantly the ball up either on the fly or 6n

Furn. Single rm. $6.00 per wk. one for second high set. at NAS Jacksonville has been extended jettisoned by the pilot to the first bounce and return it to

1523 Oak St. Miss Simmons. The Summer bowling league is I to nearly five years, .will I disencumber his craft for combat, the back wall. After service, or

Ph. 8-5371 or 2-5145. being organized now, and sinceso report to NAS Alameda, Calif was proved practicable for use the first shot, a player may re

Furn. Single: rm. 2937 AlgonquinSt. many shop members are bowl near San Francisco.Dr. on carrier based aircraft. Tests' bound it against any of the four

Mrs. W. C. Parrish. ing, all will be interested in the Hirst takes with him two were made on F4U and AD-1 walls as long as it eventually
outcome. important health projects on type aircraft taking off from the reaches the back wall again with
Furn. Single rm. 3642 Ernest St. r r r I which he has been working for deck of the USS Leyte, carrying out -hitting the ground.
Mrs. Neal. Ph. 2-8126 before
This warm weather makes us the! Navy Bureaus of Aeronauticsand 300 gallons of insecticide beside Twenty one points make a
after 1800. I I
0800 or all have spring fever especiallyVan Medicine and Surgery since I the lightweight gear. game and two out of three gamed

Unfurn. 2 bdrm. house. 6128 Hy. Butts, who can scarcely keep 1948. These are the automatic a match. Points may be made

ram Ave. .Mrs. Ratley. Appjy his nose indoors lately. All the disinsection equipment for use in The value of "MalMos No. 1", only by the server, when a server

at 1936 Blanding Blvd. for keys. fishermen in the shop have been overseas aircraft, and a portable I as the Unit is called, has been loses a point he must give' up the

Will share home. 1908 Morning. coming in with nice suntans aerial dispersal unit for spray- demonstrated in many ways serve.

side St. Popular Point. Mrs. whether the fish bite or not.. ing beachheads and military positions since it was commissioned in The game is recognized as a

Ivry. Ph. 23980. Everyone misses Doris Willis, 1949 as a. center of training for rough one. A successful player y';

Will share 6 rm. home. Murray formerly in the electric instrument : r Naval reserve entomologists and must have not only good staminabut

'_ -Hill. 4718 Ramona St. Mrs. section but we're glad she.is The automatic i disinsectionMrs. field personnel, and as a liaison agility and considerable

Dillon. Ph. 2-7323. so happy with her new family. Louise Knapp and her with other local agencies in insect strength.

Will share 4 rm. house. RR-3939 Ladies of the shop who attendedthe husband recently celebrated their and rodent problems. Since sioned, Dr. Hirst had a staff of

Boone Park Ave. Ortega. Royce shower given her by Juanita wedding anniversary, and remembering then it has grown in scope as a three enlisted men and a secre-

Newkirk. Ph. 594. Evans enjoyed a wonderful eve that Jack Simpsonand research center, a central unit tary. Today he leaves a staff of

Furn. single rm. 3380 Knight St. ning and a peep at the baby, little his wife Janie, have the same supervising control measures three officers, six enlisted men,

Avondale. Mrs. Pezzulla. Ph. Mike, who slept all through it. anniversary date, dropped by to employed throughout the Sixth a civilian entomologist, and a sec-
2-0014. r r r congratulate them. Poor Sack had Naval District, and has trained retary.

Turn. 3 rm. cottage. opp NAS Lena King, formerly Lena Ged- forgotten all about it in the traditional nearly 100 entomologists, doctors, I .

see Schultz. 703 Plainfield Ave. dings, of the Electric section, fashion, but after all, a and public works personnel from 1 1

Orange Park. sends word that she misses the man with a new baby and as all parts of the country, in all !> Adm. JohnsonViews

FOR SALE Instrument Shop but is busy with I much on his mind as Jack, has aright I three military services. |

28 ft. House trailer equity $350. housekeeping. to be forgiven. I ....When the Unit was commis- j CenterNATTCenter's

Jean Voorhees. Trout's Trailer ,

Park. Roosevelt Blvd.
second annual
3 bdrm. brick house, garage. administrative and personnel inspection -

3468 DaVincie Ave. Venetia. held last week, concluded ,
Lcdr. K. W. Gustafson, ext '
8358 Ph. 88-7386. f : w3vi zJ1 last Saturday with the departing
... of Rear Adm. William B.
5 rm. house 200x250 ft lot. Car. Z ,.
Johnson, Chief of Naval Air
mona St. Orange Park. Mrs.G. .
) Technical Training, accompaniedby
L, Woodard. Ph. 11284761.
his staff.
4 bdrm. 2 story brick home.
The entire Center underwent
Lt. Gibbs
Avondale. $13,925. ,
Ph. 24284. an administrative inspection by
the staff from the Chief of Naval
4 Sitter. 2031 Herschel Street. Air Technical: Training based at
Memphis. Saturday morning the
Cecile Bowen. Ph. 8-3256.
entire Navy personnel and Marines

Baby sitter 1211-B Hancock St.
attached the Marine
(evenings). Carol Dodson, ext. .
Aviation Detachment were in
I t
Baby sitter. 2720 Bayview Ave.I spected.>
Capt. Lester K. Rice, commanding .
Betty Ann Davis, Ph. 34831.
officer of the Center, announced .
after 1800. Ph. 2-8860.
that he was particularlygratified .
Ride wanted-Vicinity of God- MALMOS NO. 1 STAFF CROWS-A greatly enlarged staff from the original one of three at the excellent appearance t
win and College. 0730-1600. A. enlisted men and a secretary when the NAS Jax Malaria and Mosquito Control Unit was commissioned -
Kaplin.. Ph. ext. 8246 or 79412. 'in 1949, bade farewell to Lcdr. John M. Hirst who guided the unit to its present importance of all hands at the Military I I
Riders wanted to Southside via within the Naval establishment. Front row, left to right are: Stephen Beauchamp, MML2; Henry Inspection held Saturday )
Times Kcim, IIM3: ; Albert Dil'atri, AN; Eugene Clancey HM3; Elmer'Braswell, IIM2: Charlton Carr, SA; and accordingly, the monthly'
San Marco, St. Nick, Eugene Pozega, SA and Neal McKenzie, AN. Back row, left to right: Norman Masters, IIM1; David personnel Inspection scheduledfor \
Square. At Base 0730. Lv. 1610. I Kesler. IIM1: ; Alexander Nudo IIM1: George Runyan, IIMC; CWOIIC Thoron Roe; Sarah Atlee; .
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