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 15, 1952
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( 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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These And Many More Prizes To Be Given Away At The Charity Carnival .



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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commandeer Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11


') Carnival Set Friday, SaturdayCarnival :

I FundsEarmarked I Two-Day Affair To Feature !{

Entertainment GaloreAll
IZE ; raw
Local Charities

roads lead to the Naval Air Station this weekend
Funds derived from the where the gigantic Carnival for Charity will be staged with

third annual Navy Charity I all of the glitter, glamour and traditional spirit of carnival- :
Carnival will be distributed to time. .
approved charitable organiza
Three of the
big Navy hangars
tions in the Jacksonville area. I the pint-size wonders of the
.will be turned into a gala mid- J I
A committee composed of Car- games and rides in Kiddieland.
nival heads, senior officers of the way from 6:00: pm to midnight on I For the tiny tots, and the convenience -
station and Its commands, which ; Friday, May 16, and from 1:00: pm of parents, there will bea
include Fleet Air Jacksonville, 1)I until midnight on Saturday, May .
NARTU, Fleet Air.Wing 11 and GRAND PRIZE-This luxurious 1952 Windsor Newport Chrysler 17. Fun-loving crowds will be I complete nursery full of playground
Naval Air Technical Training Cen goes to some lucky ticket holder at the Carnival driving out Roosevelt Boulevardto equipment and toys and
ter, as well as senior civilian em- Saturday at the Naval Air Station. with attendants on duty at all
join the frolic and entertain- I
ployees, decides who will benefit times. Nursery hours will coin
and to what percentage. ment with all proceeds going to
Amazing List of Expensive Prizes approved charitable organiza- cide with those. of the carnival.

C'hedc. are then drawn from the in Jacksonville. *

net selected proceeds authorized and presented charities.to Some the Await Host of Luckv Ticket HoldersThe tions PLANNED as the biggest charity .
event of the year, the two-
fund seeking organizations, suchas 1952 Windsor I GATES OF the Naval Air Station -
luxurious carnival
day provide
the Red Cross and March of every.
which sells for about $325; a Ph j
will be to the public
their I $3,700.1 open in the of entertain-
Dimes, are prevented by Newport Chrysler, worth thing way
deluxe electric ,
co range
is free. There will
charters from participating. and admission ment. Some of the fanciest,
LL is only one of the many valuable at $380; and a 17-inch be ample parking space in desig- unique and zaniest collection of
Last year more than $10,000 was prizes that will be given away at TV console, also made by nated areas. Civilians are invitedto of skill and chance ever
distributed to local charities, the which retails for about $317. games
biggest single donation a $24,481 the big Carnival for Charity participate, and urged to bring seen here have been devised by
of these prizes can be
check, going to the Community May 16 and 17. one the kiddies who will delight at workers in charge of the numerous
Chest. In addition, $12.956 was (Please Turn to Pare 4. Col. booths.
Ducats are on sale for this de- -
give i to Navy Relief; $863 to American -
Cancer Society, Duval luxe model for only 50c. The car HERE'S LIST OF PRIZESHere Local merchants will display
County Chapter; $863 to American is fully equipped with radio, interesting automotive, house
Heart Association, Duval County heater, and other accessories. The is the list of over $10,000 worth of useful prizes to furnishings, food and other linesin
Chapter; $863 to Duval County gas tank will be full and the new be given away at the giant Navy Carnival for Charity. Lucky colorful exhibit booths, an
Chapter, National Society for ticket holders will be awarded gifts at the drawings late Satur-
Crippled Children. Other charitable owner can step in and drive it day evening May 17. added attraction this year for the
organizations also benefited. away. carnival goer.
& slide set
With this year's Carnival bigger For only 25c, a lucky party will 1952 Chrysler Windsor Gym-dandy swing Over $10,000 worth of amazing
and better than ever,it Is antici- win a complete boating outfit, Boat, motor and trailer Boy's 26-inch bicycle prizes will be given away to for.
pated that proceeds will accordingly Girl's 26-inch bicycle
Philco refrigerator
increase and that charitable do- consisting of a 12-ft. ChrisCraftboat tunate ticket holders. The var.bus
Miniature swing
nations will top those of previous a 5 hp Scott-Atwater motor, Philco deep freeze booths will be stocked with
, years. and a Peterson Brothers boat Philco electric rang Whiily-glg useful, expensive gifts for the
Philco TV console Table and Chair Set Kids
trailer.; lucky winners.
2 cocker puppies Rubber wading pool I .
Plenty Tickets Many! Household GoodsA Small child's tricycle
third group of prizes includes I A NOVELTY racing feature in
On Prizes Left a 13 cubic foot Philco refrigerator Tickets for the Chrysler sell for 50 cents while ducats for which thoroughbred rats will
about $404 the boat and other prizes sell for 25 cents. Ticket holders do I compete is Just one of the many
retailing at ;
s If you have not obtainedany NOT have to be present to win any of these prizes.
an 8-cubic foot Philco deep freeze (Please Turn to rare 12, Col. 5)
tickets yet on the various

Carnival: prizes, have no fear-
there are still plenty avail-

Tickets for all prizes-

amounting to over $10,000
worth-will be available at the
Carnival until the drawings

Saturday night ,,.
Ticket booths have also been a
set up at four downtown lo-
cations- at Cohen Brothers
.department store; one at cor-
ner of Laura and Adams;

Lane's Drug store on Main,
; and in front of Grant's on

Ticket holders do NOT have
) to be present to win any of h-
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Page Two JAX AIR 15 May 1952

Report From Washington

Jt1 Xfkft.hIjW6 I To Reopen Cases of Education Deferments

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at 'Naval. Air j ,

Station. Jacksonville. Fl*NAS.. Jacksonville: j NewlJritish Catapult To Be Adapted To U.S. CarriersBy I

Cact. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer

Comdr. James H. Armstrong _.....__,Executive OfficerLt. '
Dan Barksdale .'''_'''_ '_u' .. ...Public Information Officer Armed.Forces Press Service) adapted, for use on U. S. aircraft carriers, \
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear Local selective ,service boards throughoutthe the Department of the Navy has announced.
Adm. Osbcrn B Hardison{ ._ Commander Recent tests proved that the catapult, whichis
Capt. Reward V. Hopkins....._..__ w_...____..... ............Chief of Staff U. S. soon must begin reopening the cases powered by steam from the carrier's boilers
Fleet Air Wing EleteCt of all youths with educational deferments,

>pS. Jesse> S. McClure ... u r.-. ..,,,-__,__._ Commander National Selective Service headquarters has could hurl Navy jet fighters into the air
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer announced. even when the carrier was at docksid "or
Naval Air Technical Training Center headed downwind. First installations ,,'nf be
CpU Lester K. Rice ___.--,:,.--__ Commanding Officer Under the Selective Service law, local made on the Essex class carrier USS Han
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart __h._ __..__Executive Officer boards can grant deferments for only one .
Natal Hospital year, except to certain high school students. cock. .
Cllpt Dwight J. Wharton_ Commanding Officer Regulations! specifically require the reopen- a e ,
NARY bills of interest to servkemenw
The following
ing of cases at the end of the academic year
Capt. Easton B. Noble. Commanding( Oflcer recently 'introduced in Congress:
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer for all youths granted educational defermentsto
attend college. 1. A bill to provide) free postage for members

Editorial offices located Building 930 topside). Phone extensions a of the Armed Forces. .
flU! and 216. 2. A bill to abolish special pay for phy.
rn. JAR AIR NEW! U t:\lbll.n wen.Tf at the U. S. Naval Air Station
Jacksonville Florida and printed commercially with non-. "ro rl.trd funds The Army has issued a call fur 10,000 inductees sicians and dentists of the uniformed service!!!.
tit. BO 'lI pn.e to the government and tn l"ompJlanreIIollb NAVEXOS P 35. RvJSCY. in June and 31,000 in July Quotas for -
1949 C.ple* art distributed fret of clt rre at the Naval Air Station the 3. A bill to provide combat-duty pay.
...*-/a' Air Reserve framing Unit. Naval AuxllUr A'r Station. Ctcl) Fltld and August and September will be 'aoout as largeas 4. The following bills to amend the Career
the I). S. Naval Ho.rlt l
Editor-Andrew H. Planet the July call. The Marine Corps, Navy and Compensation Act of 1949 were also intro

Staff Members: Marian Sprenger J03; Mary Bixioncs, JOSN; Air Force believe they can meet their requirements duced: .

Dave Devroy, SN; John Charvat, AN; Barbara Tomlinson, SN; by volunteers. The June and July a. To "reduce and equalize the monthly
Helen Harper. calls will the number of men-inducted
TM JAX AIR NEWS.la a member or me Armed Forces Preia Service bring rates of certain categories of incentive pay,
AFTS material appearlnt' In this publication may.trn.t be reprinted withoutthe since the Korean outbreak to 954,430. prescribed for members of the uniformed
written pel mission, of Aimed Forces Press Republication of other .
matter. except by service publication I* prohibited without permission of services for hazardous duty.
Appointment of 23 enlisted personnel to the b. To provide for the reduction of certain

temporary grade of warrant officer with date station allowance .

1952 ELECTIONS of rank from April 1, 1952, has been an- c, To reduce and equalize the monthly
| nounced by the Department of the Navy. rates of flight pay and submarine pay prescribed
Nearly one-third of the promotions went to for members of the uniformed serv ,

(By Armed Forces Press Service) 'chief yeomen, with chief personnelmen following. ices. It
This voting information applies to Armed Forces personnel, dependents d. To extend the application of the special
residing with Armed Forces personnel and U. S. citizens inducement provided thereby to doc-
attached to and serving with the U. S. Armed Forces beyond the I pay
continental limits of the U.'S.,.unless otherwise specified. These / A new British aircraft catapult will be tors and dentists.

persons include civilians employees by the Department of the Army,
Navy, and Air Force the Marine Corps and the Coast Guard; and by absentee process without be-
personnel of the American Red Cross and USO. For additional. ing registered. When ballot is I

election information consult your voting officer. mailed to serviceman a "Regis- _
Indiana 'advance of the election. Form tration Affidavit" is also included. rp

should be filled out and returned When both registration doc- x'stl
| (The Hoosier State) ee( 1 to appropriate officials no ument and ballot have been com- .a aS' n cwt .,a %'
Qualifications for Voting
: later than day of election. pleted and returned to appropriate -
1. Must be at least 21 years of
officials, servicemen will be
age on day of election. Michigan registered.

2. Must be a U. S. citizen having (The Wolverine State)
3. All apply for
resided in the State of Indiana Qualifications for Voting persons may J
for of six registration by absentee process. !
a 1. Must be at least 21 years of Applicant should request "Affi- r.i y"V.ww wSn
in the 60 and in
township days;
on date of election.
age davit of Registration Form"from
the voting precinct for 30 days. I 2. Must be a U. S. citizen hav- city or township clerk at placeof ,

Registration ing resided in the. State of Michigan residence at least 90' days in

1. Registration is permanent. for a period of at least six advance of election. Form shouldbe

2. Members of the Armed I months and in the city residencefor completed and returned to official

Forces, their dependents and at least 30 days. not later than the 30th

"certain Merchant Marine per-I 3. Must be a registered voter, day preceding any election. .... ... 1
sonnel" may register by & except members of the Armed a
tee process by requesting "Ab- I IFt'ntf'E' I, Obtaining Ballots and Voting I NAVY CIVILIANS DO IT AGAIN-The Achievement Award :
Forces. 1. Members of the Armed'Forces Plaque awarded to the Navy by the National Association .! Suggestion ,
Registration Form" from Registration Systems for the outstanding increase in employee participation t
the clerk of the circuit court, I I 1. Registration is permanent, and "certain civilians"may in the Suggestion program during 1951 was on display here j

county of residence at least 90day unless a person either fails to ; vote by absentee process. last week. Four NAS employees eye the plaque. They are left U
; advance of an election. vote in election I Application for ballot may be right: ) Herbert Wright, O & R; La Verne Garvty Industrial Relations
II or moves
any made by Mailing Federal Post ; John Hoffman, Supply and Emmet Tracy, O & R. v
The "A b s en tee Registration from one precinct to another.

}'(''rm" must be filled out and I: 2. Members of the Armed I Card Application (Standard IllinoisThe at least once during the preceding .
returned to the appropriate officials Form 76) to the city or township 4
Forces only are entitled to vote I ( Prairie State) four vears. \
not later than the 29th clerk at place of residence not
I 2 Members of the Armed
Qualifications for Voting
day before election. later than 30 days before election.
Obtaining; any Ballots and Voting I Marked ballots must be receivedby 1. Must be at least 21 years of 1 Forces may vote in any election
: without ''
1. Qualified and registered vo- I officials not later than election age on date of election. (' being registered. -

1ers who are absent from their ; day. 2. Must be a U. S. citizen having Merchant Marine personnel ) -
I resided in the State of Illinois "certain civilians, and all
Indiana residences on any election 2. Any other previously regis- '
day, may vote by absentee i tered person may also make ap- for at least one year, in the before dependents must be registered

tellot.)) i JUgCI Tr plication for an absentee ballot county for 90 days, and in the roting. Registration must

2. Members of the Armed by submitting a letter of appli- voting precinct for 30 days. be accomplished jn person be.foreI
the city election commissioner or
Forces and their dependents desiring cation to city or township clerk 3. Must 'be a registered voter I
the county clerk, county of) residence -
to. vote by absentee ballot at place of residence, 30 days in except Members of the Armed .

must request a "Special Indiana advance of election. Marked bal Forces.

Ballet Application Form" from lots must be received by city or Registration Obtaining Ballots and Voting

the clerk of the circuit court, township clerk not later than 1. Registration is permanent I 1. Any qualified voter may

county of residence. 60 days in election day, unless a person has failed: to vote (Continued on Page 4, Col. 2))
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Everything From Soup To Nuts .

I I 'Step Right Up Folks, You've Never Seen Nofhin' Like It, Fun Galore' II I I

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Vying; for patronage, departments i ketball game. Many will win 'valuable 'Chuck-O-Luck;" Fasron 100 will machine and ice cream tooth show; you will be escorted through
and divisions of the Naval I prizes, at the Communication have "Bomb the Sub;" ComNab- They will also furnish personnelto a house trailer from the Parakeet
Air Station' have ardently fcstoon ) Department's Wheel of Six will have a change booth. cperate the food and beverage Trailer Sales Company. Too, you
d their amusement booths Chance; the Industrial Relations The Naval Hospital will operatea booths. watch a demonstration of AntiFriction -
for the Charity Carnival, May 1- Department two chance games I ring tons and a "Beat My Supply and Fiscal: will operatea Oil from the Justice Distributing -
]7. The Jesting rivalry between: and the Medical Department's Shake;""NARTU will feature two- food and drink booth in each Co.
booth will be one of the biggest Archery Booth. Dubbers can try muffin-tin games: ; NATTC will of the three hangers.In Other displays include: A color
attractions! t>f the two-day af- their luck at the Dental Depart I have two "7 -over 7 under," two addition to the many amusements Ditplay, courtesy M. O. luck
fa r. ment's Golf Chip Game and Golf "Chuck-O-Luck" games, and a that will line the Midway, Paint Co.; Tires and Refrigerators
Popular in past years, amu5 Putting. wheel 'of chance.' a new attraction this year will Joseph H. Walsh Co.; an
iwi t booths ouch as tht "Eldo- e a a e eSpecial be the interesting: displays' of local Air Conditioning Display! Florida
rntk Saloon" and the "Country Operation. will sponsor the Services department will merchandise.. Weathermakera; Outboard motors
Store" are lack:, again, letter Bomber Booth and Public Works sponsor "Eldorado Saloon" and a e Brooke Marine Supply} and
than ever, along with ether games will have: Groceries for a Dime the Officers' Club will have the They following companion will Pouters and personal contact explanations -
ouch as the Bomber booth. and,a Ball Pitch. Security will Proprietor's Back Room once sponsor booths: Foremost Dairies of the Blue Cross Association. '
feature the ever popular "Dunk again. will have a Dairy Display! and E Space donated to the
Overhaul A Repair Department, The Cc>p" with a VIP en the chair, The Navy Wives will >ponor O. Clifton Motors will display the Navy Relief, courtesy Knight-
N|>on or of Kiddie-land, has all of and a :22-cabtr rifle range. bingo. The: Chief Petty Officer's Packard. Uniforms of all kinds Orr Construction Company, will
hangar 115 for miniature booths Supply and Fiscal will operatetwo Club will aid in setting vp the will form the display by Grant's be displayed under the management -
and novelty rides to (entertain the country stores, a joker game tables and chairs and providing Uniforms and over in Kiddleland, of Chaplain Charles Ditt- -
yottng>!yters. and a dog race. Mosquito Control bingo equipment. tat array of toys will be displayedby mar, Senior Chaplain of the Naval
Thousands will test their skill will compete with a nat Race. The Commissary Store will furnish Powell's Little Folk Store. All Station.
r.t the Administration\ Dfpnrt- Fasten :SJ will have ar under the following concessions: Martin Office Equipment will There certainly will I* JM Jack ,
tivint'i: Coin Fitch Game and Bas 7 over," Fasron will have n Popcorn machines, cotton candy have everything for the: office to of variety]


15 May 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

Extended Enlistment Data _

1 HEADLINES QSRl-TA T.; < _List Time Of Release

From time to time "Hospital

Headlines" will feature personality For All Eligible Men i
sketches of personnel at the

l Hospital. Featured this week is
Washington (AFPS-The, following Table is the specific implementation ,
brief of Lcdr.
a career resume
Maxine Moesser. by each Service of the executive orders which extended ,
1 enlistments.The S
Lcdr. Maxine Moesser of Day- tables take into account the two previous extensions and list

tona Beach is a graduate of St. the month in which men affected will be eligible for release. t
Lukes School of Nursing, Jack- /
sonville and graduated in 1934. Month of Normal Planned month of release from active
i Expiration of duty (unless released sooner under some '
g x She then held a position with the, .q
Enlistment other special program)
:tate Board of Health in Key

r .. est, Fla. for one year.'After re- ARMY NAVY AIR FORCE MARINES J
MOCK TRIAL-"Did you witness the marriage of the accused?
eiving & commission in the Navy queries Major John Graham (right), law student at University of May '51 May 'S2 May '52 May '52 May '5:1:
Nurse Corps in 1937 her first assignment Florida, of witness William Brooker, (left), lawyer from Clear- Jun '51. May 'S2 Jun '52" Jun '52 Jun 'SZ
was at U. S. Naval Hos- water. With participants assuming roles of trial characters, the Jul '51 Jun '52 Jul 'S2 Jul '52 Jul '52 ,
pital Philadelphia Pa. scene is one taken at the mock trial held last Wednesday at NAS, Aug 'SI Jun '52 Aug '52 .Ju1 '52 Aug '52
to demonstrate finer points of the new Uniform Code of Military Sep '51 Ju1 '52 Sep '52 Aug '52 Aug '52
1 Lcdr. Moesser was stationed at Justice for personnel. Members of Legal, Flight, Volunteer Re- Oct '51 Jul '52 Oct 'S2 Aug '52 Aug '52
Coco Solo, Panama in 1946 for serve Training Squadron presented the mock trial. Nov '51 Aug '52 Nov '52 Sep '52 Sep '52
I two years. She is being detached Dec '51 Aug '52 Dec '52 Sep '52 Sep '52 t
Mock Trial Illustrates New Code Jan '52 Sep '52 Jan '53 Oct '52 Oct '52 4
l from U. S. Naval Hospital, Jacksonville :
Feb 52 Sep 52 Feb 53 Oct 52 Oct 1
to attend a course of instruction Nov '52 Oct '52 (
Mar 52 Oct 52 Feb 53
1 in Navy Nurse Corps Major Philander I. Lovelott Found Apr '52 Oct '52 Mar '53 Nov '52 Oct '52 :
Administration as given at Unit May '52 Nov '52 Mar '53 Dee '52 Oct '52
Jun '52.. Nov '52 Apr '53 Dee '52 Nov; '52:
;! l !be! !r"tftm<: Not Guilty Of Bigamy ChargesSpecification Jul '52 Dec '52 Apr '53 Jan '53 Nov '52 i
Aug '52 Dec '52, May '53 Jan '53 Nov '52 s
_. __
Feb '53 Dec 52
: in that Maj. Sep 52 Jan 53 Jun 53
of Florida Lt. Col. Frank T. Feb '53 Jan '53 t
Philander I. Lovelott Highli/e Air sity Oct 52 Jan 53 Jun 53
Force Base Florida, did, at Tong- Maloney, AFR Jaw professor at Nov '52 Feb '53 Jun '53 Mar '53 Feb '53 '
atabu on or about Nov. 23, 1949, the university is commanding officer Dec '52 Feb '53 Jul '53 Mar '53 ,Apr '53
wrongfully, unlawfully, and big- of the squadron.In Jan '53 :Mar '53 Jul '53 Apr '53 May '53
amously marry Emma B. Prettie, addition to the Legal Flight Feb '53 Mar '53 Jul '53 Apr '53 May '53 -=
a lawful wife then living, to 'wit, from Gainesville. Dorothy Wolf, Mar '53 Apr '53 Jul '53 May '53 May '53
Doris Duchess Lovelott. The YNC, from NAS Personnel Office Apr '53 Apr '53 Jul '53 May '53 :May '53 ,
r charges were served upon the accused served as court reporter for May '53 May '53 Ju1 '53 Jun '53 Jun '53 I ;
by -1st Lt. Thomas B. Watton the trial. Jun '53'" Jun '53 Jul '53 Jun '53 Jun 53

Nov. 23, 1951, five days priorto Originally, the case was against r
both Major Lovelott and his wife 'Involuntary extension under executive order of 1950 (
this date.
Lovelott RM3. "Involuntary extension under executive order of 1951 .
Emma B. Prettie .
This was the case awaiting the
order of 1952
under executive
Involuntary extension
But since she exercised her right
Judgment of the members of the 4
the release of oversea returnee
of requesting an enlisted man. on Other special programs
general courts-martial board at who have only a short tour of service remaining, and the phasing rout
the board, she could not be tried
the mock I
trial held last Wednes-
ahead of the present
and other veteran
of guard units groups
day at-the Mainside Auditoriumat with her husband inasmuch as an I
which many of the finer points officer cannot be judged by any- maximum period prescribed by law \

;;!,: of the new Uniform Code of one of lower rank. than, he. was away as a traveling sales- By then he was at the POR* ti :
.: '
: '' Military Justice were illustrated.Approximately man. He never heard from her San Francisco en route to the f
'I r In addition to the appointed de- Pacific Theatre. In May 1944 he ..', :,
Lcdr. Moesser 200 people fense counsel the accused chosea again.In I received a letter from Doris stat \
viewed the courts-martial demon- civilian lawyer to assist in his April 1941 he was called to ing she was going to Reno for a +
versity of Indiana, Bloomington,, members of the and after service at
stration presented by lawyers and defense. All active duty divorce. Later he received another -
Indiana. law students who are members of board were subject to challengeby Camp Lee Va. was sent to Camp letter from her in Reno and .
the Legal Flight, Volunteer AirReserve either the defense counsel or Kilmer, N. J. There he met the I papers from Mr. D. I. Vorce an 1
j" Administrative Training of the Univer- trial counsel. wealthy Doris Duchess. There attorney, which he signed and re- (
1 i Maj. Philander I. Lovelott was Immediate infatuation, but he turned.
The following personnel i iI ty" who makes all rounds with charged with violating Uniform told her he was already married. ; .

I changes were made at the Naval Flavius. Rusty really "loves that Code of Military Justice, Article Upon advice of counsel that since He had never heard more and '
Hospital during the past two man", 134. Briefly, the entire case was his first wife had been gone seven made no investigation or requested
this: Major Lovelett married years and could be presumed information..
weeks. The following HA's were S/Sgt. Frank C. Warren and i Elizabeth Koed in Folkston Ga. dead they were married at New any further he
of some ,
received from US NavHopCorps wife, Cathy, of Camp Stewart, I in June 1935. The end of Febru- Brunswick N. J., Aug. 8, 1943 met After Emma a lapse B. Prettie. She waa

School for duty: Stanley H. Brick,, Ga. were weekend guests .of I ary, 1936 she left him while he and a child was born Jan. 30, 1944. kind to him and since he saw no '

1 Robert H. Breneau, James R. Pappy and Mrs. Warren in Lake obstacle to marriage, when the opportunity

Harp, Bernard W. Huck, Richard Forest. 'Hotly To Enlist' came for them marriedin to get <\

J. Callanan, Kenneth N. Eggen- Hugo R. Wiegand, foreman of away together, they on the were island of

.J schwiler, Hayward E. Anderson,, the Maintenance department re- -American Heritage Precious, Tongatabu.In a ceremony.

and Eduardo Oliver. Chief f cently moved into a new home in the meantime an article in

George O. Ladue reported from Lake. Shore Manor. Letter of Haitian ShowsEditor's the Jan. 2, 1944 issue of the news

I USS San Pablo; Grace Travoto, Spring is here to stay. The paper "Miami Bugle" stated thata

V: HM2 from Laboratory School, maintenance department can always Note tion's. I Haytianyou woman. named Elizabeth A.
( : The following am young Koed whose picture accompaniedthe
Bethesda, Md; Donald J. Baer,, tell, for the wards want letter was received by meet closs at hand the story, died Jun. 1, 1944 in an I(

HM2, from RecSta Charleston, heat off and fans replaced the William Gilbert, PNC, now G e o. Deslande's Mahogony automobile crash. '

Katherine McAfee, DN from same day.Speaking. attached to the Flag Admin- shop when you have been on a Now the question to be decided

.: Jacksonville; Lawrence J. Krull,, of spring, drive by istrative Unit, ComFairJax.It cruise here, there is some by the court was whether to or Doris not

HM1, was transferred to Supply and see Hospital's spring dress is printed not for humor, months ago. the Duchess accused's((2nd wife marriage) was valid because

depot, Edgewater, New Jersey; and enjoy it with us. Kramer but rather to point up the fact By these I suppose you will at the time he was legallythe

f. Samuel Chesser, 11M3 and James Morgan and his able assistantsare that American servicemen remember to me Verry quickly. husband of Elizabeth Koed

B. Carey, HM3, went to Camp Mother Nature's coworkersin overseas do play a terrificrole Yes you know I wish Hot Lovelott who was then living.
Pendleton, Calif. for duty with arranging it so effectively. as "Ambassadors of GoodWill" ly enlist me in the United *
J FMF, Pacific.N If it was not valid and
States Army.I .
since Elizabeth Koed Lovelottdied
a v X Unit Commendationswere Red Cross Notes The writer, a young Haitian, have written already a prior to May 2, 1950, Major
awarded to the following You can tell summer is really is very obviously sold on the Fortnight to United Nations Lovelott was a competent party to

personnel for services at USNH, here when you see the patientswheeling United States through his con- Army Headquarters in His enter into marriage with EmmaB.

Yokosuka, Japan: Lt. Ida G. Pat- out. on the lawn and tacts with personnel of the U. Building in flew York City.I not. Prettie bigamous.The and. the marriage WILt

rick; Lt. Leonora F. Amlong: Lt. sunning. Some of them bringing S. Navy. Whether his request am asking for you to tell defense argued that the .

Sara J. Burris; Lt. Fred M. Hun- along the Pinochle Cards and is feasible or not is of.second- some words at the Head- marriage to Doris Duchess wu

ter; Lt. (jg) Hugh B. Haston Jr.; Acey Duecy Boards. ary importance-the real significance quarters of New York so that invalid. The prosecution argued

Lt. (jg) Charles G. Peerman Jr.; Monday night Ward C-4 was of the letter is the with utmost ease I may serve that the accused has had three

CWOHC William H. Bassett'Jr.; really humming when the Polly- underlying sincerity of the the United States, this coun-' marriages in and his here second sets marriage.He up the.
Lt. (jg) David L. Stephens; Ken- anthus Garden Club sponsoreda writer and his real desire to try of my heart. lived with his second wife even

neth W. Van Cleve, HM3, and ward party. Patients from C-2 be a part of America.To I am Haytian 20 years, 138 though briefly after the death

Albert C. Tittle, HM2. and C-3 joined in the fun and before people who take their lbs. I want to be Fusileer of I, of Elizabeth Koed, and that might

Edward J. Chwalek, HMC, is it was over everyone was American I citizenship for Navy or parachuter, or other amount riage. The to a accused common had law no mar reasonable

back at his duties after completing singing lustily. granted this letter should under the U. S. A."Flag.I basis for his belief that

an instructor's course in Tonight all are looking '"or- serve to remind them how am asking for you to intercede there was a Reno divorce and

Motor Vehicle Accident Preven- ward to the first Wiener Roast precious their American Her- for me in the Head- should have checked it.

tion at Sixth Naval District Head- of the season which will be heldat itage is. The letter is printed quarters, because I should like The courts-martial board after

quarters, Charleston, S. c. the Outdoor Recreation Area verbatim, no attempt has been travel for my enlistment in a due consideration and listening to
the arguments for and against, in
next to Corps Quarters, at 1930. U. S. Airplane. I am
made to delete or correct obvious Military closed session and upon secret
Civilian Doings The girl friends from the Ec- errors.) out of cash to pay other way. written ballot, found the accused

It is believed that Abram P. celectric 'Club will be there as I hope in your kindness Mr. NOT guilty of all specification

Saffold of the Maintenance De- usual on Thursday nights. Raymond Beaulieu Gilbert and in the Hope of and charges.

partment has set a record. He has Ward A-6 is looking forwardto 79 Rue Fronts-Forts 79 Hearing from you real soon The evening proved to be quite
humorous well educationalto
almost twelve for Saturday afternoon when with Satisfactions.I as 8.1
worked : years Port-au-Prince, Haytl together all spectators who left with a
the Navy and never used a day of Chapter 21 of DAV sponsors its April 18, 1952 am in anticipation, ever feeling of having been entertainedas

sick leave. He began work at monthly Ward Party. Sr. Bill Gilbert thankfully, well as having learned more

Charleston Navy Yard August Post 293 of the American Leg- Lowell, N. C. Your, about the new .military. justice.

16, 1940 and came to the Host ion was good enough to postponeits U. S. A. Raymond Breaullen
Sailor: "There is a certain reason .
pital in December of 1949. Bingo Game until May 15th Dear Mr. Gilbert: N. B.: U. S. Airplane come ev- I'love
why you.to
The'' constant companion of to allow the girls to attend the Excuse me at first, If I eryday In Haytl Port-au- Girl } ,
: "My goodness!
Flavius Turner of the Electric Mainsida Dance. Bingo begins at Trouble your dayly occupa- Prince where I live. "
Sailor: "Don't be ridiculous. J
Shop is a shaggy dog called "Rus- 1930 !In the Rec. Hall. I ;



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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 15 May 1952

Open House Here

r l\\\1'<< STRENGTH FRElDoJI Nation To Join ServicesIn

.t Celebration

daughter of a certain Commemorating the third annual
Air Force into a single fighting
Chaplain with very strict principals Armed Forces Day, which: force providing the military
had attended dance the
a honors the men and women in strength that spells continued
:previous evening much againsther America's military service, the "freedom" for the U. S.

father's wishes. Naval Air Station at Jacksonville .
When she appeared for breakfast -
will open its gates to the general Open House here has been
the next morning he greetedher 17.
public Saturday May scheduled for 1300
: with these words: "Good ro prior to the
morning daughter of Satan." Open House will feature authentic opening of the second day of thA-1

To which the young girl re- displays of military equip Navy Charity Carnival. Militar
tpectfully answered, "Good FS ment with tentative plans for an displays will include 'approx ",

morning father." I The 1952 observance of Armed Forces Day offers an opportunity air show. mately 25 different types of Navy ,
I for the world to pay tribute to the U. S. Defense team. It demonstrates This year's theme for Armed and Air Force aircraft. Fly-overs I

the close-working relationship of the Armed Forces, Forces Day is "Unity, Strength, and flight demonstrations of na-
Navy wife: "Your honor, he I gives the nation a broad view of the nation's defense strength and Freedom," symbolizing the unification val aircraft are also being plan.
emphasizes the democratic ideals to which our efforts are dedicated
broke every dish in the house. .of the Army, Navy and ned, dependent on the outcomeof

He treated me cruelly and threatened the current strike in the oil j

to put in for sea duty." 1---------52 ElectionsContinued I A PROCLAMATION industry. '

Judge: "Did your husband apologize I BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATESOF Besides the open house at NAS,
these actions?" from 2)
for ( Page other local observances will include -
Navy wife: No, your honor, the vote by absentee process. AMERICA static .displays at Hem-

mbulance driver took him away 2. Members of the Armed WHEREAS the Armed Forces of the United States serve this ming Park and open house at the

before he regained consciousness. Forces may apply for absentee nation with unselfish devotipn not only in time of w'ar, but also in Naval Reserve Training Center, "

\ ." ballots by mailing Federal Post time of peace; and 1453 Morse St.Jacksonville.

Card Application (StandardForm WHEREAS our fighting forces, welded into a unified team that .

76)) to board of election symbolizes our'strength as a united people, have been waging the Civitan Club is

'Twas a raw and blustery night commissioners of the county battle of freedom in Korea and are guarding the vital interests of sponsoring a luncheon Friday
inclined sailor clerk of residence. Marked bal
the poetically
peace in other lands across the sea; and May 16, at the Seminole Hotel
tucked the blanket around his lots must be received by officialsnot WIIEREAS it is fitting that devote day each to
we one year with members of all civic clubs
pretty, date in the automobile seat later than day of election. paying special tribute to these defenders of our liberty: of the city on the invitation list. th,

beside him. I 3. "Certain Merchant Marine NOW, THEREFORE, I, IIARRY S, TRUMAN, President of the Guest speaker will be Maj. Gen.

"Ah," "he offered, "winter i personnel," "certain civilians," United States of America, do hereby proclaim Saturday, May 17, W. A. Beiderlinden, U. S. Army,

draws. on. and all dependents may apply as Armed Forces Day; and I direct the Secretary of Defense and deputy commanding general of

His date drew away for absentee ballots by letter to the Secretaries of the Army, Navy and the Air Force to arrangefor the Third Army, Fort McPherson -

'So what," she snapped, hastil"j board of election commissionersor the military observance of that day and to co-operate with civil Ga.Many.

any of your business?" the county clerk of residence authorities in suitable commemorative ceremonies.I .
Army, Navy and Air
30 Marked
before election
days :
also invite the Governors of the states, territories and pos
ballots must be received elec- Force installations will celebratethe
The young sailor burst into his by sessions of the United States to arrange for celebrations designedto occasion
tion officials not later thalt" day honor the members of the Armed Forces the designated day by holding "Open
house one evening and said to his on ; House" and
exhibiting the latest
of election.A I
father: and I request all of our citizens to display the flag of the United
I I fighting equipment to residentsof
"Well Pop, I'm home finally on local physician was advisingthe States on that day as a token of our gratitude to (the men and I the communities in which they
leave. I've of the military services. .
convalescent got a case women
young parents on the care of are located. Other posts, stations
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set hand and I
of beri-beri. my
I their first born. "Remember," he and bases will take part in "fieldday"
"Fine, son, fine", his father replied caused the Seal of the United States of America to be affixed.
said, "boil anything before put and athletic events as a part
"put it in the DONE at the City of Washington this nineteenth day of Marchin I
ting it in the baby's mouth. of the Day's program.
Anything will be refrigerator'l the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and fifty-
"Gosh, honey the new father I
Prior to the first Armed Forces
two of the United States of
old stuff we've been f SEAL and of the Independence
I exclaimed, "No wonder you in- America the one hundred and seventy-sixth. I Day, held in 1950, it had been the
I sisted on putting Junior on a
HARRY S. TRUMAN. custom of the three Services to
bottle!" celebrate their "own" day each I
Amazing List
year. Department of Defense officials
APPSC I -:- Births -:-
(Continued from Page 1)) Third Marine established Armed Forces

on a 25c raffle ticket. Gains 2nd Lf.Commission Listed below are the births as I Day in the belief that a single
day observance for all -
Two pedigree cocker spaniel reported by the Naval Hospital
puppies will be raffled off at 25c between the period April 29 and branches of the Service would !
< be more in keeping with the spirit
per ticket. These puppies are May 6.Parachute.
male, -six-months old and will be To former M/Sgt Floyd Rigger First Class of unification.
I .
c n display beside the raffle booth Seamans goes the distinction B'I Theo. E. Moore and Mrs. DorisG.

in Hangar 114. They are donated I; being the third Marine to gain Moore, a daughter, weighing Joe: What was Columbus' great- ...

by Kelmah Kennels, Orange 2nd Lieutenants commission at 4 Ibs., 5-3/4 ozs., on April 29.. est discovery?
Ferk, Fla. 16 Moe: That even a queen will
I Steward Second Class
the Marine Aviation Detachmentat !
I }
Prizes For Kiddies Mangrum Jr. and Mrs. Geneva hock her jewels for a sailor.
the Naval Air Technical Train
Playground equipment and toys Mangrum, a son, weighing 6 lbs., ,
daughter, weighing 6 Ibs., 3."i
will]] go to lucky ticket holders ,ing Center. 7-i! ozs., on April 29.
ozs., on May 2.
for 25c. A gym-dandy swing and Seamans was awarded his new Engineman First Class Joseph
I Cpl. Albert D. Schultz, USMC
elide set is the grand prize, and bars by Major N. O'Bryan, com Terry and Mrs. Jewell T. Terry, and Mrs. Shirley Ann Schultz, a

'will be on display in Kiddieland. manding officer of the MAD, at a a son, weighing 7 lbs., 2 ozs., on
son, weighing 6 Ibs., 14 on
Other prizes can be seen in the t J April 29.
brief ceremony held last week. May 3.Gunners.
playground area in the nursery Lt. Jay "B" Clothier and Mrs.
lIe qualified for the commission
They include a boyS: 26-inch bicycle Lucille. Clothier, a daughter, Mate Second Class
a girl's 26-inch bicycle, a'I under the new Marine Corps weighing( 8 lbs., '4-H' ozs., on Frank Vanek and Mrs. Leona

miniature glider set for the kid- s? Memorandum No. 85-51 May 1.Sargeant. Mary Vanek, a son, weighing 'T

dies I Lt. Seamans entered the Marines Carlton L. lbs., 12 ozs., on May 4.
a whirly-gig (revolving Delaney,
ree-saw), a table and chair set, I in June 1937 and has been USA, and Mrs. Lanette L. Delaney Aviation Electrician Mate Sec-

rubber pool and a small child's I on continuous duty since He reported !- a daughter, weighing 8 lbs., ond Class Duane Lowell Dillon

tricycle. for duty here in January 11 ozs., on May 2. and Mrs. Kathleen Jean Dillon

Many Expensive GiftsIn ; i 1952 and was recently attachedto Boatswain Mate First Class a daughter, weighing 5 lbs.. 14-

the Aviation Electronics (B) Richard B. McDonald and Mrs. ozs., on May .
addition to the raffle prizes, School the Center.Cafeteria .
F4.: Florence D. McDonald, a son, Hospital Corpsman Third Clas .
there will be many other expensive .
; gifts given away to the winders '' I weighing 7 lbs., 6 ozs., on May 2. James L. Dupes and Mrs. Bar,)
Airman Virgil L. Sprague and bara L.
at the various amusement Dupes, a son, weighin
: V'OOths.' Offers Mrs. Donna Jean Sprague, a 6 Ibs., 4.'i ozs., on May 6.I .

, Items won will include: Wristwatches Weekly SpecialsThe
: : electric alarm clocks, WINS BARS-

cigarette lighters, fishing equipment civilian cafeteria, operatedby Former M/Sft. ""'4&',:
t (rods, reels, tackle boxes), A Morrison Food Service, Inc., Floyd Seamans >
thermos ice buckets, flash cameras
will feature "specials" one day (right) receiveshis
r food mixers, electric shavers each week, on Tuesdays and

I cutlery sets, costume jewelry, Wednesdays.Next 2nd Lieu ..

I heat pads, Waring Blenders, automatic week's Tuesday special tenant's commission '

percolators, waffle irons, ....-- -,..... > will offer: Tender fillet mignon, papers b5'
toasters, fans, hair dryers, picnic SERVICEMAN'S CHOICE choice of two vegetables, choiceof from Major .

, equipment and thermos jugs, There's not.one, but nine good pastry or cake,liot' clover leaf O'Bryan of the i .J A OY
various household items such as reasons for this picture of rolls or cornbread, pat of pure bii
Revere Ware, bags of groceries Claudette Thornton, Universal. creamery butter, hot coffee or Marine Detach- ]
International actress, for nine
menfat NAT-
and whole hams. different military outfits, have ice tea-all for S5e plus tax. i

This huge prize array represents named her their pinup queen. This 'meal"would normally cost TC. .lIe Is the / /

f thousands of dollars, the The deluge of coronations oc- $1.26. third to get his

largest selection yet to be given cured appeared after in Claudette's the Far East picture edition Cafeteria hours are from 0600to ) bars at NATTC. $

s 111111' at the annual Carnival. of Stars and Stripe 0800, !and from 1100 to 1300. '

15 May 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Fivo
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. Industrial Hazards Alleviated

i I: Medical ProgramAbsenteeism Combats Absenteeism '. NAVY WIVESCORNER

1 is: a large facto I! cal examinations may be request- I It was discovered that many oCi ,
in calculating costs and efficient; I I ed by the Medical Department or i the patients at the dependent ,

of an-di>eration Recognizing the :management for specific reasons. clinic believed they had to pay a
fact that illness and accidents re. 1 fee to put their children in tb<; '

suit in lost time, the Navy ha ONCE YEARLY chat X-rays nursery. It is free, courtesy of

trained personnel to combat thi : are given to all employees, and the Red Cross. Also, since thC

problem among civilian worker I i should any outbreak of disease ,y.. Navy Wives Club has volunterel,

through an educational program occur, inoculations are ordert"d.1 its help, it will be open every
of health conservation.At I I Personnel working in sewage week day 0900-1200 and 1309-( (
are' given typhoid inoculations, I r '.
Naval Air Station, Jackson 1600.

ville, this assignment falls to< and those receiving puncture I I Have you noticed the improvements

Comdr. William L. Lyons, Industrial II wounds, 'or working where they I :: at the nursery? A neVI '

1 Medical officer. Comdr may receive puncture wounds, ,. ;
safer and .
,.. paint job, toys summer
... Lyons' office, located in the Infirmary I are inoculated for, tetanus (lock. II ....diI uniforms for the nursery r;

,, I is' 'pen from 0700 to 163I jaw). '1. I girls. Also, the new schedule i jlJ

Monday through Friday to over I All occupational injuries or illnesses perfect and enables the girls to
cold the most cause of sick
The common head is frequent !
5,000 civilian worker For occu are treated by Comdr each
give more attention to :
I leave at NAS Jax. Many working days are saved by early treatment ,
pational injuries or diseases, tin Lyons. Many are returned to the of colds and other virus. Comdr. Lyons>: Industrial medical I child. ,,
Infirmary is never closed. job following treatment. In more officer, administers such treatment to Virginia: Cummins of O & R. 1 '-

j I severe cases!, workers are refer Assisting is Marion Williams, 1IM2, attached to O & R Dispensaryand I To those who couldn't attend ''k

SCREENING prospective employees red to panel physicians. I gamma radiation from radi sick leave. I the last business meeting, it was

for general health, as i Reportable diseases are forwarded um. These badges measure the : Medical treatment has beer I voted to make the choir robes for
well as capabilities, is a precautionary to the Health Depart I four the junior choir. As soon as the
I amount of exposure of each individual given over-the last years tc
measure as many jobs de ment. Contagious infections are material is purchased member
and periodic checks are 15,000; 21,000; 26,000 and 36,000(
mand special physical require immediately isolated.
I will meet at the club to work on
; ments. I Another very important phaseof made to determine how long workers yearly. Percentage ol them. All who can help, contact

Every new employee on the Comdr. Lyons' job is observ-J these people may continue their patients who were seen by the Mrs. Elliott Newell, who will give
station must report to Dr Lyons work without ill effects. doctor at the dispensary and
ing industrial hazard: on the station details. It was decided to prepare
for a pre-employment physica and suggesting correctionsfor 0 1 sent home .ran es from a high ol: a layette to have on hand for
examination. In addition, some these spots. I ONCE EVERY year, ah. industrial I 34% in December 1948 to a low I club members who are expecting.

employees must pass preplace.S hygienist makes a complete of 7'o in November 1931. The time is drawing close for
of all environmental conditions i .
ment and retirement examinations IN THESE -industrial walks", survey the spring dance recital of Miss
hazardous duty examinations which take about one-fourth of j on the station, and givesa I TO DETERMINE daily averageof Freeburg. It will be at Mainside
and, in some cases separa looks for detailed report to the medical who call in sick each
his time, Dr. Lyons exposure I people ,Auditorium, May 23, .at :2000.
tion examinations. Other physi- to noise, light, chemicals, officer. Further comments are morning, a survey was charted S ,
and toxic fumes and dust, and added by the Industrial Medical for several months. Results indicated .
will be
Next business meeting
When officer, and the report forwardedto 1 the high Monday with
objectionable on
Food'SymposiumOutlines poor I of the affected held May 21, at 1930 at the Club
the officer-in-charge
found immediate of 81 requesting sick
conditions are an average house in Dewey "Park. Visitors ,
consultation is held with I area.Providing. I leave, and the low on Thursdaywith welcome.Final .
Sanitary I
personnel ahd management to'' employees with a an average of 34. Tuesday's
determine method of correction. )jl clean and safe place to work cuts figure was 60, Wednesday 50 and plans have beta made I

Service MethodsEducational In'one department, for instance, absenteeism sharply. Also, such Friday 53.Further. for a Bingo stand at the Navy
Charity Carnival. There will:: be
Dr Lyons passes out dental measures as on-the-job treatmentof study is being made to
methods and other
X.I bigger cash pots grand
and disease ray film badges monthly to early colds and early recognition eliminate the inconsistency of -
aspects, problems prizes.
of sanitation in food sere. ple exposed to X-ray radiation ... u...of.. ... other diseases reducesComdr. .__ these figures. (Is the fishing bet- Latest social was of a slightly t
ter on Monday and Friday thanit
ice were outlined in a unique different variety. Highlight of '
I .
is on Thursday)
two-day symposium held Mon the eve ng was the charades.We .
day and Tuesday NAS Jax. I Every effort is being made to j
wish to bid a fond farewellto
On hand were some 75 "tofechelon' curtail loss of time through illness
Ethel Pediick- The club is going
representatives of the which costs NAS, Jax an
to miss her activeness
Armed Forces; the U. S. Public' average of $560,000 per year.
is good to report Mauldine Perryis
Health Service; educational in- :
back with
stitutions; and industrial agencies RECENTLY over 1,500 private .
from all parts of Florida and industrial medical people and 150 t

f as., far as Georgia and Alabama. I K 7 q2 Px y'3. wv < 0 naval officers met to exchange Blue Cross Deadline -

The symposium was based on ideas on preventing industrial

t a new manual developed by the 1 diseases and accidents.Dr. Sel For May 19

U. S. Public Health Service with Lyons and Mrs. Ruth
C'I I Many employees are availing
technical aid provided by the Munden, Overhaul and I themselves of the opportunity '
Navy, for use by instructors of Industrial Nurse, attended the ,' 1
now open to enroll in the Blue 1
sanitary food service procedures.. conference in Cincinnati last '
: Shield Plans.
It is conducted by a team com Lyons chats. with Ernest Black Aircraft Insignia month, which was sponsored by i .l
posedof Major Ralph D. Walters ', Painter, as he stops in Instrument Shop 4142 to change Black's the Industrial Medical Association I: The Blue Cross Plan provides .
dental X-ray film badge. Black paints instrument dials with protection against the cost of
USAF; Lcdr. James Lieber. fluorescent and radium and his film badge is checked monthly to the Industrial Hygiene Association J I members while "
man, Lt. Robert ,Thurston, and ascertain: extent of radium exposure. the Industrial Dental I''I hospital care for
I members
Lt. (jg) Robert E. Mytinger,, Association, the Industrial Nurses I I Blue Shield protects :
USN, Association, and the Bureau of against medical and surgical \
TRAPEZE ANTICS SAVE LOCAL. Medicine and Surgery in Wash- cos ts. : 1

The Jacksonville symposiumwas I MAN IN HOBSON-WASP CRASH I ington, D. C. Representatives of The Blue Cross-Blue Shield

the sixth which the team I, '__"__"'__ the Bureau were on hand to ad- Oragnization It organized on :ztonprofit i
has, conducted since the first was I One Florida survivor of the vise and answer questions. basis. ;

held in April at 5th Army Headquarters Hobson-Wasp collision never Comdr. Lyons has been at NAS The opportunity to enroll in j

in Chicago Six more even got wet. He is Harold M Jax since July 1949, arriving just these plans will be open to employees \. ,

will be held at East Coast military Brooks, EMC, stepson of Mrs. .ar. F after he had completed a year of of NAS Jacksonville .: i

installations.The Edith Brooks, telephone Chief x tea:a post-graduate study at Harvard.In til the close of the anniversary t

12-hour course is notable Operator at NAS Jacsonville. May 1949, he] was certified by drive May 19. Further informi- ; 1

as the first in which military and Brooks got up to the forecastleas the American Board for Preventive lion may be obtained from rep. 1

civilian personnel have met ona the Hobson rolled over to port Medicine and Public Health. resentatives in departments or byrailing

nation-wide basis to discuss about 90 degrees. As he pulled extension 420, Building '

problems of mutuaj concern. The himself up by the starboard hand SINCE 1942 when he entered 07.)

objective is to standardize instruction rail, the bow shot up, and he the Navy at Great Lakes, he has 4 5

s of food service methods grabbed a horizontal steel-rod always been sanitation officer of

and establish a central antenna on the Wasp. his station. He also served as assistant I Chaplains, Clergy ,
f clearing house for instruction medical officer of the

material. The antenna bent under his .J .. '.rl' Navy Pier in Chicago and executive Exchange Pulpits ;
weight, but Brooks caught its officer of the dispensary at
before it strapped. .. ::1 of views and
Tuesday the group conducted guy wire just ramp Lejeune. An exchange \

practice instruction sessions He htlng swaying at the Wasp's Reading the newspaper account Comdr. Lyons is the author of topics among clergy of Jacksonville : '

based on he manual, assigned hangar deck level until carrier f of the Destroyer Hobson 'Can't-Help-Its"' a very popular and Chaplains of the Naval' .

by the team during Monday'sconference. crewmen reached out and hauled and carrier USS Wasp collisionat column- regularly published in the Mr Station will be carried out .'
him aboard. sea: Mrs. Edith Brooks,Chief lax Air News several monthsgo. luring the Armed Forces Day

So popular has the symposium Mr and Mrs. Brooks first discovers telephone that:operator her stepson at ,NAS Harold He expects to continue this,I Sunday services May 18. f )

been with audiences that it has I learned of the disaster late Sun J JI Brooks, EMC, was among olumn of pertinent timely topicsf Rev. Donald Mackey, pastor ot w.

stirred considerable interest in I day afternoon, April 27, the day j. the survivors. >, industrial medicine in forthcoming I I he Ortega Methodist Church, .1 '

educational fields A recurrent after the destroyerminesweeperIfobson received from issues. md a former Navy Chaplain, wilt'
recommendation has been made and the aircraft carrier egram Harold -S S deliver the sermon at the OSJO( : ( "

that similar instruction be integrated Wasp collided. A friend of liarold's aboard the USS Wasp stating he service at All-Saints Chapel Sunlay. 1."
HarolJ when he
for ,
Hobson'home safe and unharmed. The .
with public school cur- called from the was :
riculi from the first grade up. port, but the only informa waiting period was over. lulled into port was Stella, his C
In the meantime two
in the first of t>ride of two weeks. The couple
Brooks group
available at that time w nthat'
has also been outI tion
It pointed Lt. Robert Elliott and ; .
that the information provided is the two ship' had crashed.: survivors .picked up, :and also one were married April 2''), and Har- :Chaplain,
interviewed when the >ld' ship departed for maneuvers Lcdr.. Milton Kuolt of NATTCen.or ;
There nothing to do but of the first\ J
equally important to the housewife was '
wait. Wasp wav,pulled into the New I' on April 21. The crash. oc- will speak: in Jacksonvillehurcnes ;
individual concerned -
with or any food and.food services. !Early Monday morning a tel- York Naval Shipyard. :urredxfive days later. : at the same timn. p

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rage Eight JAX AIR NEWS 15 MaY '1952

VP-3, VP-861. VF-174, Fasron 109, Fasron 51 Report I Ceremony Opens'

I, New Service

Scouting Jacksonville Area Souodrons Center In TaxI


"'1'-3 I Paul Deslauries, AN, and Harold A new Serviceman's: Center,'
Power Plants replaced Ordnance Brown, AN. I I'
as the top division in the education The judges were very pleased sponsored by the five Lutheran"I

competition as they compiled with the large number of excellent I i Churches of the Jacksonville
a total of 212 points to gain a slogans submitted and are looking I)j'
clear cut decision over Air Frames, for a larger number for the ,'area, opened last Sunday at 22

second with 193 points. contest now in effect for the Hogan Street.
Ordnance: took a big tumble as month of May, malting it very'
'it fell to( the bottom of the heap difficult to pick winners. The dedicatory address-was: dei
with only 116 points a far cry t livered by Lcdr. Milton Kuolt

from its March total of 246. Couldbe 1'asrnn, 109 Senior Chaplain of the Naval Air

that extra liberty went to their rasnm )09'8 all powerful softball Technical Training Center, who .
heads? nine added insurance to its
Completing the list. Administration first place position by downing is also a member of ,the local

was third with 166 Opera VP-5, 4.3; VF-173 1.2; VF-174 Lutheran Service Center Committee f

tions, its; Electronics, 143, and C-4; and VF-171, 11-9 in recent .
Ordnance, ? ? competition. .
Cmdr. Louis E. DeCamp commanding ifI competition.Ye The new center is one of 2U!

officer, will conduct a I 'ol "welcome mat" is once located' in various parts of the.
working inspection at quarters tomorrow I again laid out, this time for I..t.I country. ,
morning. Barracks L will (jg) Tom Hairston; Lt. (Jg) Art .. .
hum tonight with the sound of I Dumser; Sam Cowling AT3; Har- '
shoe brushes and rags getting that b ry Hurskl, SA; Bob Kelleher, SA; Facilities for correspondence, a
mirror like shine in the leather. I John Nowrockl, SA; Glen Mum- library, a game room and television .

It's Lt. Herman C. Hansen now aM4: power, SA; Bob Malpeso, SA; and are available at the Jacksonville
following promotion May 1, Tom McGuire AD3. installation. A Snack
What happened to the cigars? Lgt'A Now that the debris has been
Bar has been included. Personnel

cleared and the .dust subsided all
Personnel Office Lt. Irvin H. i hands agreed that the squadron from all branches of th
Knudson will leave May 15 for a blowout at Camp Blanding was a Armed Forces are welcome.
course of instruction in person howling success.A .
The of dedication at
nel administration and training at big feature of the festivitieswas ceremony
., Stanford University.The the various prizes awardedfor last Sunday's formal openingwas

easy going director will be : competing in the different performed by the ReverendW.

replaced by Ens. Kenneth C. Cos- I events. Winners of the contests 1;. Pugh of Trinity Lutheran
ton who formerly headed the Welfare ANNUAL INSPECTION-Capt. Howard V. Hopkins, (left), I were Bryan Blair, AK1; W. Hal Church. Two selections
and Recreation duties. Chief of Staff of Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville passes Baker, ADI; Graham Lukens, II, were
Another replacement in the personnel through ranks of personnel of Fasron Nine at Cecil Field during AK2; Jim Roark, AD1; Jim Hern- sung by they NAS Chapel Choir.
office is Robert Selby YN1, annual administrative-material inspection last week. In the absence don, ADC; Don Osewalt, AN and Ranking officers of various Jack-
who'll take over for Wallace Wolff, of Admiral Ilardison, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Clarence Askew, AD3 who received sonville Navy Commands were t

YNl, when the latter leaves for Captain Hopkins was senior inspecting officer nylon swimming trunks. present, as well a"s representatives i
another station this month. tim Armstrong, AN received a
Selby reported from the Bureauof course on ordnance munitions are as winner of the flight safety cigarette lighter for his prowessin of all local Lutheran j I
Don Hickman, MNSN Al Lock- j contest for his
; slogan slogan: churches.
Naval Personnel Washington, foot racing V i
D. C., and he's spent the past week hard, SA; Jan.es Hudgins, AN, "Treat your plane as you would A familiar and welcome face Is \
and William Cantrell, A03. I your mother, for it may be a longtime
In midst.
getting a thorough check-out by once again the squadron
Receiving instruction on the 20. 'til :you get another." "The prayers, good wishes, and !,
Wolff on how to handle the important I Arch Kettles, ADC is back afteran ,
job that confronts him.It's mm. are Steve Carroll, A03; Bill !I Kenneth A Ahrens, AOAA, extended stay in the hospital. contributions of millions of Lutherans j
Ward AN Ed Duntz, SN Jens who is TAD CAG-17
to chosen
; ; was j
a good guess that he's had I Mr. Stork that much malignedbird throughout the United
Ja'obsen. MNSN Frank Hull, AA first and will be awarded % I
; ; a
plenty of experience before hand, has left an attractive 7 Ib. States have made these Service
and Russell AN. 48-hour
liberty UpOIhis
Mince this will be his second tour 9 oz. baby gill with AOC William "
the Centers said Lcdr.
of duty in VP-3. squadron. and Mrs. Creel. possible, I
New arrivals I 1 from USNTC. VP-881 Honorable mention in the flight Back cracking books are Roger Kuolt of NATTCenter, comment. |

Bainbridge, Md., last week were At lil5,xApril %1. ]9)%, the first safety slogan contest went to, Rleser ALC to }{ATTC, Memphis; ing on the opening of the new I
seaman apprentices Gerald Cauf- of nine planes of VP-861 became Steven Dato, AD2; John P Me- Andy Leschak, AE1 to Tcterboro, Jacksonville Center. "It is an )"(
man, Johnny Davis. AI Lockhart, airborne, and within six minutes, Mullen. AOl; Sam T. West YN1; N. J.; Ray Harper DM3 to Port
Louis Poulos and James Sawyer. the rest were right beside headingfor Louis H. Gignac, ADAN; Richard Heuneme and Bill Creel, AOC to honest attempt to provide for i t
Welcome aboard sailors. NAS, Jacksonville, Florida. G. Lenke, AM2; William T. Pat I NAS Pensacola, Fla.l'asron military personnel a church atmosphere \

Currently enrolled in a one week Aft r, almost four months of overseas rick, ATC; Roy B, Russell, AN, 51 away from the home I
duty in the Mediterranean and Lt. (jg) William Flynn | After an absence of several! church; a home atmosphere :
area, the personnel of VP-861 were In the Line and Maintenance' years, Lt. Edward V. Parker re- away
Snake Sequel: finally homewardbound.The safety slogan contest, Stex Dato, I turned to NAS recently and relieved from the serviceman's home," j
first set-down for refuelingwas AD2, walked off with first place Lt William J. Henningsenas he added. I
Dead made at Lages in the Azores. I with the slogan: "Let it go, What. Personnel Officer of Fasron 51. --------
Reptile A two-hour "stretching period" I the heck, are not the words of a He was Personnel Officer of X-1 hunt, PN3; John W. WaUori, AA,
came before once more continuing good mech." Those receiving honorable I Division during his last tour of and Earl A. Lewis BM3 whita
Sailor Okay! on their way. The second stop, mention were: Raymond duty here.Enjoying. Airmen Donald P. Schroeder and I
and last, was another refueling Trupert, AN; Louis M. Gignac j three weeks of glorious Raymond F. Lee, Jr. have departed
Shades. .of .the "Perils ofPauline' point at Bermuda. This time the ADAN; Theodore Tone AD3; leave are Lester R. Whisen- for a 28-week course of Instruction
Without--- meaning to lay-over consisted 01 three hours.The at the Class "A" AT

indulge in serial entertainment first plane of the formation, I Curiosity Did It! School, NATTC, Memphis J

there is a sequel to the piloted by Comdr. Edward A. Rodgers Newest of faces around squadron
commanding officer of VP- spaces is Irvin E. Lovett AOl* '
story about the lad who was 861, touched "stateside" at 0915 I Link Trainers Safe For Some who recently reported for duty

found wandering around the April 28, 1952 which was within from. VC-6, NAS, Patuxent River \ ,
station carrying a deadly 5 I minutes of their ETA, The remaining Md. "Welcome Aboard., -
black water Mocassin. eight planes then landed', But One Lass Knows Different The 'elcome Mat" WM also
In rotation in short order.
very dusted off for
Earl K. Tyree, SA,
If you'll remember, the Wives, friends, and inspection officials i Woman's insatiable furiosity( i, and Eugene F. Gerstner, AL3, who
story was of the lad who was plus other members of the has been her downfall in many : head in that progressive order. recently returned to the squadron

casually toting the Mocassin squadron that had arrived from instances. This was graphically From the first time word after spending several days in
overseas earlier via MATS, were
I reached ,Trudy's ears that a wheel the hospital. '
around( the Barracks area on hand to greet, and give a helping illustrated recently when Trudy
when lie was spied by a Chief. hand with the living per- Parascandola, TD3, received a was being installed in a link, she Lt. Jerome Roth has been detached -
sonnel and their wanted this innovation in her to VC-5, and Lt. Dan
"Hey that thing is deadly .gear. I healthy clout on the head froma Roden joined the tank of .'J<'ull
poisonous, the witness cried. loose link door while going link. However, upon last query Bulls" upon his promotion oa

To which the lad remarked, Total flying time for the day about her daily duties in the she stated emphatically that she April 1.Nautical.
totaled 208, an average of 23.15 .
"never wanted to see one of the I tI
"Wal I reckon I better kill it hours per plane. It is believed thisis ground training department. "

then!" a record distance for mass Always eager to learn and always darn things again. I Terms AdoptedFor (
.- flight of an entire squadron. Currently, Trudy's coworkersare Use Air
on hand to investigate any : By Force
While overseas, many interesting searching regulations to determine

That left our readers in a
places were visited by personnel thing new, this young girl TD whether or not this injury 1 Washington (AFPS) Ala--
turmoil speculating on the final of VP-861 on their sched- could hardly contain herself '
rates a purple heart. i speeds and distances will ba
outcome of the incident. uled seven day Mediterranean when maintenance began the job I|
cruises. Different flights included '" & __!,S" computed in knots
Research found that Eddie of replacing the conventional (I and nautical
Algiers, Ankara, Turkey] Ven-
Hulon( SN of VJ-2, possessorof ice, Rome and Udine, Italy; Nice, "slick" in a link trainer with a j I mil e s,. respectively, beginning

the snake, is still hale and France; and Nicosia, on Cypress wheel. July 1, 1952 the Department

heartv. Ed recalls that he had Island. S *
the Alt
: Force has announced. i
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Baseball, basketball, and golf
just come out of the chow J
the first links
Although (which .
were all going concerns within the I Change-over to nautical me
hall and was walking back to command during the visit in the I I came out way back when) had : urement will affect pilots,

the hangar area. Along the Mediterranean. Coif was actuallythe I wheels as standard equipment, to air communicators, all 'flight

sidewalk in front of BarracksB biggest pastime, although the they have had the "stick" for clearances and charts. The newruling
course available could have done
lIe spied the snake.
many years. Thus, this was the
I will be
with some improvements.The adopted by both
most important function of first wheel-driven link to come military and civil aviation in the
Ed reached down and pickedit the cruise was "Operation Grand. I under the ever watchful eye of continental U S. '

up by the tail and being Slam," a combined operation of Trudy
wise to ways of serpents, several nations, which tested the Since 1946, after an aeronautical
communication set-up of all the Thinking the 'job was completed board decision to adopt the
slowly( swung it to and fro by I i 3 ra
NATO nations. she hurried over for her nautical mile for world-wide
the tail. has it
Legend that
Upon completion of this operation first peek. She flung the door all new Air Force aircraft have
snakes when held head down
Comdr. Rodgers attended a open and began to peer in when been equipped with air speed indicators
are unable to strike. It was review of "Operations GrandSlam" the door flew back and caughther 4 Y#.
calibrated knots.'
borne out in this case at in Naples, Italy. Officials I
least.Hulon. from the other NATO nations I right between eyes. -455"What's
were also present. The squadron'
I matter Mary
strolled over-to the
received a "Well Done" for partipattoa It the hinges the door
seems on 'I've got\ rheumatism in
breakwall and tossed the in this exercise. my
had not been secured and the '
deadly serpent into the drink tU..wii4a: : .
and went on to muster .Ed VFI7IWio'hT door was quite loose. Her reward The Offending Door.Trudy. "You ought to visit a masseur."

claim to have done this of the safety slogan for this investigation was a gashin ParascandoU: TE3, replaces the What's: that?" "M
same contests for the month of April the forehead requiring three door which gave her a nasty "A man who pinches 5fl
thing many times before. have been chosen and you
according stitches blackenedleft bump oa the< forehead when "
All's well! to the decision of the Judges: a partially her curiwit/! got the best of over. ?
Kenneth Cooke AD3, was' picked eye and a lump on the fore her "Oh, you mean a Marin"


15 May 1952 JAX AIR NEWS .Page Nine j
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Apprentice 4th Class '

Positions Open HereThe WAVEWAYS ] 1

Board of U. S. Civil Service -
Examiners at this activity is y

now accepting applications for thposition UHWHB9! '"
of Apprentice Fourth
Class, $1.09 per hour, it was announced Miss Cummings is advertising ,
by the Training Divisionof for a metalsmith to straightenout
the Industrial Relations Department. -
some bent tin. she picked up

for this in town last week. After 20 (?) .'
Applications positionare I + A
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being accepted until close of years of accident-free: driving,
business May 20. All applicantswill t s the law of averages came through

be tequired to take a writ- again. A good sea story accom- l'
ten test as there is no educationor
panies the explanation in case
experience required for this
position, selection, being made as anyone is interested. ,.
.a result of the written test. Speaking of advertising

there a barber in the house? It
Person selected will have the With ensign flying, the USS YOG 90 puts out to sea from its berth at the boat house pier at seems that a short neck is no
opportunity of accepting appren- NAS. It will be placed in commission shortly to transport aviation.. gasoline between Mayport, the excuse for non-regulation hair
tice training consisting of four Navy Fuel Depot _and NAS.
length. Incidently Bixie is avoid-
of both class
years room study .
and practical working experience 'Open The Bridge'Unique ing the administration office of

in the' various shops of the Over- the WAO for obvious reasons.

haul Public and Works Repair* Department*Department* and YOG To Cruise St. John's With Fuel- Load I Barbara Quimby. __.and Lois

Bramsen have decided to join
Training will probably be givenin Shipboard yet shorebound are the Atlantic Fleet now in use, the Receiving Station at Norfolk. their. shipmates at NAS. They

mechanic the following general trades aircraft: aircraft mechanic the men of the USS YOG 90, a will transport aviation gas between Commissioned in 1945 in Cam- both received transfers from

motor; joiner; aviation unique type vessel for a naval air the Fuel Depot at Trout den, New Jersey, the "90" servedin USNH to the Infirmary. Replace- \

metalsmith; draftsman; radio mechanic facility, which will be re-com River, Mayport and NAS.THE'ALLENLISTED the Atlantic Fleet until 1949 ments have already arrived at

; electroplater; machinist; missioned at NAS in the near ** when she was placed in mothballs the Hospital.. A. Matala, HM3
automotive mechanic; electrician; is Charleston.
crew at
carpenter; pipefitter; sheetmetal future. and J. M. Pugh, HN, reported for
worker? and welder, combination. Not yet in an-operating status, headed by Chief QuartermasterPete *OUTBREAK duty Monday from Camp Le-
WITH TilE of
lies the boat who assigned as
the ship alongside Jabaly was Jeune.
Persons interested in filing for
this position should submit to the house pier with no provisions skipper while he was with Or- hostilities in Korea, her services Wonder if,Joan Loisel], who recently
Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners 14 Service Division 6-16 were once again in demand. An
provided for the man crew, so ganized arrived from AC Schoolat
Building DOT) .Application they "chow down" at the main- which is based at Daytona. expanded aviation program need- Olathe of those
brought some
Card Form 5000AB before 20 May is Chief ed more utility service and the
Assisting Chief Jabaly
side galley.
]{)52. famous "K-C" steaks with her.
When commission. the vessel Boatswain's Mate Ernest Cox ship was "de-zippered" and sent Joan may be reached at NAS

one of only six of its type in who came to Jacksonville from to Jacksonville.At Operations for further informa-
Gallagher Named I I the present time the vessel tion.

is under the jurisdiction of the '

New Red Cross Operations Department at NAS Latest NATTC ANP) grad-
but when in an operating capac-
uates for Class "A" Schools 'are
t ity will be attached to the Fuel

Field Director 1 Depot. departing Crystal'Kew for and'AC Evelyn instructionr Pomilio

With a light displacement of
John Gallagher, who has seen 444 tons and an overall lengthof Diane Ballard will go West, although ] I
service with every branch of the still in the state of Flo-
is of
174 feet the ship capable
Armed Forces, last week replaced of avia- rida for training as a PH in Fen-
{ carrying huge quantities
Allen G. Scarbrough as American I34k'kM: sacola. Evelyin Cale leaves for
't tion gasoline.
Red Cross Field Director. 5&e Memphis, where she will attend

Scarbrough left for an assign. I ONE PROBLEM\ POSED in TD school.

ment in the Far Eastern Thea R :. this i area that wouldn't have Remaining at NATTC for AK

tre' of Operations. existed in others, is the presenceof School are: Lillian Fisher, Dawn

Custer, Phyllis Sharlick, Jean
several low bridges between
Gallagher, who has had 15
NAS and the depot. Because of Pauquette and Katherine Gib-
in social work
years experience ,, ii
her size it is for all
came to NAS from Moody Air ti necessary son.Ann
Force Base, Ga. He reported to bridges to open to enable her to Mize joins ship's com-
pass. According to Chief Jabaly, pany with duties as master-
Moody after a tour of duty
Greenland.A "We try if its at all feasible to arms. Smooth sailing to Beverly
I Brandelius who received her dis-
beneath the bridges at the
native of Scranton, Pa., he ..1---
'" is charge this week.
slack hours. That way there
is a graduate of the Universitythere. I A lot of difference is apparent between old smoke.filled engine no ill will created and the cruiseis Super Scoop-look for a news

Gallagher has served with I rooms and the spotless interior of the engine room aboard that much more enjoyable" item of interest to all Waves in

the Navy before and begins his : the USS TOG 90.Ianning! the throttle is Chief Engineer Paul A deal of emphasis is next week's issue. Due to circumstances -
14th duty assignment here. Ellis, EN, while Carl Newbold, JFA, keeps the log. In the background I control further
beyond ,
Gallagher reminded all hands are George Mendla, FA, (headphone) and Dean Luhman placed on firefighting aboard the
FN, checking, the oil.Requirements. YOG-90 because of the highly inflammable information was not available lortoday's
that twenty-four hour
coverage column.
of their
- is available in case of emergency. Lowered For NavCad I I! and the ever nature present danger cargo of I I -
For night and week end I ,
explosion, Chief Jabaly conducts Pilot's Aid Unit
service, personnel can dial Ope- fire drills while the
rator,for the Program For Enlisted PersonnelNavy frequent I
person on duty.
j ship is being re-conditioned.
New CO
I "Wings of Gold" and a : The majority of the personnelcame I Acquires
consent must be obtained, in ad-
NARTUNOTES commission as Ensign in the Naval from billets in Charlestonbut I In a brief ceremony ComdlI \
Reserve or Second Lieutenantin dition to transcripts of all college four of the crew hail right I Forrester C. Auman was relieved

I the Marine Corps Reserve is and high school work com- here from this Naval Air Sta- I as officer-in-charge of Ground

open to enlisted personnel of the pleted. High school transcriptsmust tion. Approach Unit No. 17 by Lcdr.

CV FASRON 741 Navy, Naval Reserve, Marine 1 show date of graduation.The In addition to Chief Jabaly and Robert A Shirley recently.
Corps, Marine Corps Reserve. Chief Cox, the crew includes: Comdr. Auman had keen in
welcome aboard
Always to 27.
glad age limit is from 18 to
Whittle FPl Tom E.
this time it's Anthony Personnel of inactive reserve Hoyt ; charge of the unit since Sept.
new men,
Any personnel that are Interested Smith BM2 Paul Ellis EN2 Bill
; ; this time
basis 1950 and during 15,348
Sustus, BMG2, the only man addEd are eligible on the same as
to the squadron since last civilian candidates. They must in applying for the NA V- Burgess, EMP2; Borden Hogue, approaches were made, 232 under _,

month. qualify in one of the two follow- CAD program are requested to EM3; Roger Garceau, SN; Carl actual instrument conditions. He

inquire at the Naval Reserve Newbold, FN; Bill Parham, FN; reports to Commander Air Group
Wilbur S. Griffis, AN, was ing categories:
transferred to VP Fasron 745, Training Unit Command Liaison Dean Luhan, FN; Bob MeKeown, 10 at Cecil Field to assume command -
Office. The office is located in SN; Jack Thomas, SA and George of Attack Squadron 105.
and Richard E. Barnett, AOUAA, (1)) They must satisfactorilyhave I
Building 901. Mendla, FA. GCA Unit
I Before reporting to
B<5yd E. Darden, AOUAA, Jim- completed two full years of

:. my G. Hunter, AR, and Paul D. passing work at an accredited No. 17, Lcdr. Shirley attended

S. Knabb, AR, were transferred to college. Satisfactory completionof ... Naval School, General Line, at
.' Montery, California and was attached -
patrol squadron VP-742. the USAFI 2CX test will be
The Drill attendance competi- considered the equivalent to to Air Transport Squadron -

'tion is really getting hot with this requirement; ((2)) Must have 22.The .

three teams jockeying for top satisfactorily completed one full unit is presently located
honors. Team No.: 1 is still in year ((30 semester- 45 quarter "' ",- TAD at Naval Station, Green
:' and under
top place with 97.92 per cent, hours) of passing work at an ac- Cove Springs comes
team No. 2 next with 97.12 per credited college and have attained the Operations department of the
'Naval Air Station. Since its com-
cent, team No. :5 is very.much in the following minimum stan-
missioning in 1947 it has guided
the running with 93.60 per cent. dard classification test scores:

Team N6. 4 stands in'with 89.87per Navy: GCT plus ARI 120, Mech a.., total of 34,821. i .approaches.

cent, team No. 3B has 88.56 58; Marines: GCT 120, Pa 116. A little fellow awoke from his

per cent, team No. 3A, 86.04 per 1 slumber in th@ nursery at the

cent. Applicants will be given three ,' ,
1 maternity ward and looked downat
Final results are not available flight aptitude tests. Aviation I his triangular trousers and

until next month, June attend- Classification Test Mechanical ,.. ,, :1 shouted to the occupants of the
ance has to be counted, and extra Comprehension Test, and Flight
next crib, "Hey buddy, did you
of GCA
LEADER Officer-in-charge
for recruitment of new Rating. An applicantcan
Unit No. 17 since September 1950, Comdr. Forrester C. Auman throw that water on me?
men must still be added. Person- only take these once. If he (right) relinquished his post to Lcdr. Robert A. Shirley during "Nope.

nel are reminded that next drill passes; these; tests he then takes ceremony at Green Cove Springs. Comdr. Auman will assume "Then it must have been an in-

t counts, and to bring a new man the physical examination.If command of Attack- Squadron 105 of Air Group 10, based at NAAS side job.

when they attend. under the see of 21, parent Cecil Field.


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Page Ten JAX AIR NEWS 15 May 1952

Tars Return Center Athletes To Vie

TuesdayStill For Captain's Trophy.

waging an uphill battlefor

pennant contention in the In.sport after sport, whether in-
Class A South Atlantic Leaguethe dividual or collective competition, sports.I .
bestowed to symbolize -
Jacksonville Tars return to an Ranging from the most strenuous
In a field. NATT-
the Myrtle Avenue park Tues- Center supremacy Intramural athletics is no to the most brain.teasing action .

day, May 20, following a three exception.The sports offered include badminton
basketball, basketball free
game series with the Columbus Captain's-Trophy makes Its .
throwing, bowling cross country
Cardinals, a four-day road trip Initial appearance on the NATT- horseshoes, softball, swimming,
Center slate as an
With John Charvat following. I competing activities in 16 varied tabU tennis, tennis, touch football

Veteran Cleveland rightfielder Bob Kennedy, recently recalledto After being away from the local I volleyball, checkers, acey
billiards and chess with
ducey, ,
the Marine Air Corps, from which he left as a lieutenant after orchard for over a week the the points awared for each varied

World War II, will spend eight weeks at the Jacksonville Naval Tars have improved steadily and with the event f

Air Station in a refresher course before reporting to Cherry Point baseball fans will see plenty of The award will be made to the

for duty/I! top notch diamond action if they school, department or division of
follow the crowd to Myrtle Ave. the Center, which during I the
Slated to arrive May 30, it is not known definitely whether or
sports )'ear of competition, January
not the Indian outfielder will join the Jax Navy Fliers, but his Special "Baseball Park" buses 1 to December 31, has amassedthe
presence would bolster the squad considerably and could possibly 1 leave downtown Jacksonville greatest total number of

turn a so-so season into a trail of wins. The logs point for the during each home game and re- ? points in accordance with the Intramural -

Sixth Naval District Tournament August 4-17. turn immediately after the game. 4. scoring system.
At the present time Coach Frank McCaffrey is faced with the Permanent possession of the trophy

task of revamping his outfield for every game as John McCaffrey, can be gained by annexing
the diminutive righthander, is called upon for both mound and gar- Tight RaceIn the title three successive years

den duties and Bob Stefanich shuffle between. receiving and cen- and the name of the winning team
will be inscribed at the base,
terfield. I IM GolfCompetition
whether for one or three years.
Situation Critical A running score of points is
kept by the Physical Training office
Even Gordon Lassila, leading won-lost pitcher on the Flier
and will be published throughout
staff with a 5-0 mark, has seen duty in the outfield over the past the year by the Jax Air News.

two weeks and the situation is near critical. A tight race has developed in Team managers are also requested

Should Kennedy decide to play it would mean that the sharp the National division of the In- to keep an account of their own
points in the event of a discrep-
hitting Stefanich, who is better than a raw hand behind the plate, tramural golf loop with three ancy found with) PT totals.

would have a chance to concentrate on catching assignments and teams, NARTU, Hospital and Each organization must meet

McCaffrey could gain much needed rest between hurling stints. CAG 17, all locked in first placeas the team requirements in orderto 1)

The answer to the big "if" is still in the air, but an affirmative the fifth round ended. { receive entrance points. There

reply by Kennedy would mean a rejuvenated Flier nine for the The American league is much a w must entered be in one-half a sport as as many there teams are

remainder of a dragging '52 season. looser with the second division units in the classification for any
20 clubs being far out of the run- team to be eligible to receiver entrance
has been in the major leagues for 10 May
Kennedy years.
..., ., ,,,;1
ning at the moment. Supply has a "' or participation points.
the Indians are giving him the down payment on a new house, the Points shall be given for eachof
three its
point margin over near- CAPTAIN'S TROPIIY-Sym-
t- check presentation part of a "Kennedy Night". at Municipal Sta- intramural 1 the first twelve places in a
est competitor NATTC Training.The bolic of the NATTCenter -
t dium when the Tribe plays the Boston Red Sox. all-sport supremacy is I sport, the points ranging from 12
week's standings are com- which for first to 1 for the twelfth place
Mason Field Notes the Captain's Trophy I ..
plete as of Monday morning, all will be awarded annually to finisher.
Glancing at the pitching records for the Fliers season that shows matches in the fifth round having the team scoring the highest j, With the addition of the Captain's -

10-17 in conference competition and 6-0 in City League play, only been played on schedule. point in 16 competitive sports. I Trophy, competition at the
Center is to
Gordon Lassila with a 5-0 slate is above the .500 mark Surprisingly, golfers who nor- expected intensifywith
I numerous organizations who
Ed Peterson owns a 3-4 mark while Gene Clifford is 2-4, Phil mally do not hit too well have Golfers Complete would previously have bypassedthe

Righter 1.4, John McCaffrey 3-4, (the trio wins notched in City been surging to the fore with sport entry in order to gain

play), and newcomer John Carsello, 11. the lowest scores while the Qualifying PlayIn points. .

"Snake" Zeigler boasts a single victory in his lone mound appearance marksmen of both leagues have

for the locals, but the versatile Flier doubles at every been dropping back.
Station Meet Waves Face
position on the diamond and thus is not included in the listing. Competition is grooming a lot

.300 Hitters Scarce of golfers for the coming sta-
Qualifying rounds for the station -
After 25 games only three regulars were hitting over .300. Pro. tion tournament and many links golf tournament closed for I State ChampsIn

lific Tom Neely leads the club with a respectable .369. Jim Coughlinis men are shooting better than men and women this week as the

riding a .346 clip while Bob Stefanich is an even 300. ever. first elimination matches began I ExhibitionA

Continuing down the line of regulars, who were for the most Supply AMERICAN LEAGUE 40NATTC last Approximately Tuesday for 80 the men women.have en-

part hitting well below "par for the course", Roy Duenas was .275, Training 36V4 37 tered the tournament and 22 ladies I bargain bill under the arcs

Lennie Faustyn .285, Frank Hethcox .227, Bill Schuckers .252 and MAD; 34
Dick Brock a pathetic .197. VC.3.Mpdical-Adm-Nab- .Kasron-51 6 :31V.ComKalrJax 34. In the men's division, M of night will pit the local Waves
Tuesday morning, Herb Herres
Swimming Meet Soon O&R-Publlr Works-SS 9>yNARTUATIONAL led the pack with an even par softball entry against the state

All activities interested in entering the Intramural SwimmingMeet LEAGUE 36 72 for his qualifying round followed champion R. H. Hall lassies ..
by Andy Leschak with 73. from St. Petersburg in the first
Hospital 36
into Special Serv-
28 to their applications
May are urged get
CA G-17 36 Lewis Chaff was next in line with game at 1930. Tampa and Massey
Fasron-109 34 WKasron6
ices office as soon as possible.
This will be the first year that the meet has been held for Iron NATTC Adm. 30'4 28FAWllVP861 75.Other men breaking 80 and I Motors tangle in the night

Man Trophy points. Competition is expected to be fast and keen Operations-Public Works :2J:w probably destined to play in the cap.
with events offered. Championship flight include Bill I Pre-game festivities are slatedto
seven Chase, Jud Pearson, Charles include
base-running and
Events included will be the 50-meter freestyle; 50-meter breaststroke Schlene and Jerry Morrison.
; 50-meter back stroke; 100-meter freestyle; 300-meter indi- The varsity golfers attemptedto throwing contests for the first'

vidual medley (breast, back, free); 400-meter relay (four man free qualify Wednesday and will undoubtedly game participants when each
be somewhere near the I club sends three members in
style) and fancy diving.A I
top of the list.Contestants each
meeting will be held Friday, May 23, 1000 in Building 930, at will be bracketed event.
which time plans will be discussed for the Mainside Pool compe- according to their, handicaps with Hopes were high that the local

tition. Welfare and Recreation directors should make this a must. MAINSIDE the top 16 qualifiers going .Into girls could travel the base

A Hand Thursday, May 15 the championship flight. Bill paths faster than their highly .
Fate Deals Foulk, 1951 titllst, will be hardDressed rated foes. Their action on the
Trigger Jr. _, .._Roy Rogers
Fate has an interesting way of shaping baseball into the most to retain his crown with diamond has been lacking as they
picturesque and fascinating game of the nation and the NAS softball Friday, May 16 station.the influx of good golfers on the dropped their second Girls' City
Captive City John Forsythe
league is no exception.The Dark horses loom since many Softball League encounter to
mystic hand fashioned a pattern in the National circuit Saturday, May 17 good rounds have been carded in McMichaels' Sundries last week,

that will leave the first round leader undecided until the final day Flame. and The Arrow..._._ intramural play by comparative 13-5. _
undefeated nines Hospital and NARTU, are Burt Lancaster unknowns in station competition.
of competition as two '''m. 1 Cecil Field and Green Friday night the Waves meet

slated for action Wednesday, May 21, on Saratoga diamond. Sunday, May 18 Cove are also competing. in the the McMichaels girls again, ac-
Barring a possible upset the two will emerge from 21 days of Skirts Ahoy__Esther Williams Tourney. tion scheduled for the Murray

league play with 9-0 records and their battle promises to furnish Mvnday, May 19 Hill Park. Last night they

top-notch diamond entertainment. The Brigand _..Anthony Dexter A definition: A women is a battled Massey Motors, the score
strange animal who can tear
20-21 not available at press time.
Tues. & Wed., May
through an eighteen aisle ina
t Two Service Boxers rVT.FATBRAYMC Walk East on Beacon.......___...._.._ crowded store, and then go Lose To McMichaels
_.._ McMichaels pounded starter
George Murphy
home and knock the doors off
:Annex AAU) Crowns a Kay Shorb for 12 runs and 15

NATTCENTER I twelve foot garage. hits before she was relieved by

{ Two Service i boxers were Thursday, May 15 I NAVAL HOSPITAL Ruth Richardson in the fifth.

crowned champions in the recent d Mara Maru _.._.........Errol Flynn I Thursday, May 15 Richardson allowed no hits, but -

64th annual National Amateur Friday, May 16 I About Face ._.... Gordon McRae gave a run on a pair of walks.

{ Athletic boxing: competition at t s yd; Flame and The Arrow..___ Friday, May 16 The winners plated three runs .'{

4 Boston, Mass. ...._....,Burt Lancaster Paula _____........._.__Lorctta YoungSat. in both the first and second and ,Ii Er

Marine Sgt. Eldridge (,Tommy) iO'a'twc' Saturday, May 17 & Sun., May 17-18 went on to insure the victory

Thompson of Quantico won the I Captive City ....John Forsythe Mara Maru _..._.......Errol Flynn with two in the third and four i f !
178-lb title he held in 1950 by in the fourth. '
Sunday, May 18 Monday, May 19 I' 5
decisively whipping three oppo- Single Wave runs crossed in {
Half Breed _..........Robert Young Half Breed .' ......_ Robert Young
t I'\ nta. Andy Anderson, N A S the first and third, at which timethey

Quonset, R. I., knocked down his Mon. & Tues.., May 19-20 Tuesday, May 20 had only two, hits. However, I Js,

' opponent twice in the finals of t Skirts Ahoy_...._Esther Williams Captive City ._.... .John Forsythe in the fifth they unleashed a "ftr

t the 147-lb class to win in his div- Wednesday May 21 Wednesday, May 21 short lived rally with four hits

ision.s. "SURPRISE! The BrigandAnthony Dexter Skirts Ahoy,__.. Esther Williams and three runs.


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15 May 1952-_ JAX AIR NEWS Page Eleven '

Cecil Halts Fliers Sink Marines; .

In Varsity City. Play Nine Eye Juckson Series

I Jax Navy's Fliers continued to breeze by City League-foes like i

: Navy's varsity softball nine i water through a sieve, posting a 19.7 win over Cecil Field last Saturday -

'copped from the ranks of the I to cement their hold.on first place with a 6-0 record. ,II

beaten last week as a sur- I In service play last week the
;'s ingly strong Cecil Field en- locals swept a two-game series Motors, Sunday on the Woodstock ) I

dropped the locals, 1.0, in from the Charleston Marines on diamond, is the only city
I tilt scheduled for the week.
n', City League Softball corn- Mason Field, copping the opener

petition.The 5-4, and going 12-innings for a Neely Goes Berserk

'Joss left the Fliers with a 9-8 decision in the finale. Tom Neely collected five hits in

record of 4-1 and sent them to Fort Jackson one of the top six trips to lead the Fliers in

third place, only .a few percentage service contingents in the nation, their 19-7 conquest of Cecil Field,
points'off the pace set provides the opposition for the with John McCaffrey going) all

by CWA and Cecil Field. Fliers Tuesday and'Wednesday the way for his third win of the

Al Gonyea took the hill for the HIGH TIDE-Tom Bridges, pinch-hitter for Charleston Marines as the locals journey to Columbia, season.

locals in quest of his third league kicks up turf as he slides into third base, and is put out by S. C., for a two-game series.: A four run barrage in the first
5-4 and wenton
Jim Coughlin of the Fliers. The locals won this fray ,
victory and relinquishedonly to win the second, a 12-inning game, 9.8 I A single game with R. C. was all the Fliers needed as they

three hits, but it was his scored at will for seven inning, "

walk to Cordell)) Kelley the first I i banging four Cecil hurler for 20

.man to face him, that proved his Skeet Team hits.Charleston

downfall. I and the Fliers exchanged

Bullard Effective I Scores Again' runs in the first inningof

Cecil's hurler, Al Bullard, was their 5-4 battle as Gene Clif- a
nEws3potis ford took the hill for the locals.
equally as stingy the base Jax Navy's skeet team continuedits
hits, allowing the Fliers singlesin dominance of state foes last The Leathernecks added one in

the third and fourth which Sunday when they won four of the fourth and two in the fifthto

they failed to capitalize on. seven championships at the Jacksonville post a 4.1 margin that loomed

After Kelley walked in the Ken Pendergras Gun Club meet.broke 98 x 100 larger with each pitch.

first, Gilmore singled to send targets to tie Emmett Lee, local However, in the fifth a trio of

him to third. Leftfielder Cum- detective and veteran skeet shooter Lt. Club Holding I Navy runs knotted the countas

mings grounded to Gene Horton for the class AA title and then Neely and Jim Coughlin back

who held Kelley at third, but on broke 25 x 25 targets in the shoot- doubles after Clifford.had walk-
off to gain the win.
Slim Lead In Center PlayAdding
m ed the Bill 5chuck-
to frame.
} a throw to catch Gilmore at Earl Severns finished in a four open
second threw wild, permitting the way shoot off for class A honors ers' single drove in the third run

Cecil third baseman to scamper I I by breaking x 100 targets and two more victims to its and the bases were loaded when
Marines downed Co. AO
then proceeded to break 25 x 25 Ships
with the winner. list Special Services-First Dick Brock grounded to end the
across, targets in the shoot-off for they| tenant remained in first Lieu-I i men, 11-5, and the Student Electri- threat.
Fliers In Third title. I the NATTC intramural cians lambasted the AN(P)erg
The Fliers threatened in the I I In class B competition Herb scramble. Former leaders AE and Ships Company, 16-0. Schuckers scored the winning

third I when Charles Wheeler I I Rupp broke. 93 x 100 to gain hon I ANP) also picked up two games I marker in the seventh when he '

with and movedto ors while Bob Sparr broke 95 x apiece to remain deadlocked in STANDING5W i*.. ivt.SLSlst singled and was moved aroundon
opened a single 100 for the class D championship. second place. Lf. .... .... : 1 ..POOAK
third on Gonyea's sacrifice.! Monday it was the leaders tak- Sihool ................ ........ 8 1 .1*HANP one basers by Bill Zeigler
......... 8 1 .888
) !School and Bob Stefanich.Win .
However, Bullard summoned his Pong' DeadlineSet I ing the Marines over the barrel, Air Craft Malnt ....... 6 4 .600
top form and retired the next I Ping 6-2, as the Student Electricians ANP( ) Ships Co. ..... 6 4 600
crowded out the Personnel men. AO Students .. .. ..... 5 500":' 12-Inning Affair
two hitters on strike outs. I Friday May 16 8.4, end the Storekeepers blastedthe Medical AKSchool..4. . .. ....... 5 5 6 .,400:'100 Counting once in the ninth to

Bullard fanned 11 Fliers while AO Ships Company, 91. Supply . .......... S 7 .100 tie the second game at 8-8, the
Gonyea claimed six. In only two I I If you have failed to file your Marines .. .......... 3 7 .100:
AXP( ) Ships Company stopped I AO Ship Co. .......... 1 9 .100 Fliers displayed heads up ball in
innings did the locals get a base I I' entry for the ping pong tourna- the Air Craft Maintenance crew, Personnel .. ...... ... 1 9 .100 the 12th as they took advantageof
runner as Bullard didn't let a ment, open to all NAS personnel, 12-2, in the first of the Tuesday I I I McCaffrey's single and a men-
ball out of the infield. I I in the Special Services office, tilts, the ANP( ) students droppedthe I The largest sum of money ever
tal lapse by the Marine Infield to
I building 930, then you'll have to Medics 11.2, and the Ordnance won on a horse race was paid to
Wednesday night the Fliers met I students stomped the Suppliers, Arnold Rothstein, the New York win 9-8 for a sweep of the series:

Relaford's in a league tilt, but.I hustle. Final deadline' is 1300 foI 100.First gambler, at the Aqueduct trackon McCaffrey opened the 12th

the score was not available at morrow. I Lieut-Special Services annexed July 4, 1921. The event was
press time. I Play will open May 21 in the its second triumph of the for -year-old maidens and 13 with a single to centerfield and

I I I Mainside gym and action is sla- week from Personnel while the were entered including a colt Schuckers sacrificed. The
named Sidereal an unknown and Charleston third baseman left the
Never milk a cow during a i I ted in both singles and doubles. 20-1 shot. ,
ignored the and
thunderstorm. The cow may get I I The event is strictly on an indi- FSU HandsLinksmen Rothstein took no active partin bag unprotected on play

hit by lightning and you'd be left vidual basis and no team competition the coup and his men did not I McCaffrey scampered to third
offered. start operations until 15 minutes where a long fly ball would
holding the bagU!!! j
I before post time. Then four new score him. P

assistants bets quickly placed Sidereal$60,000in and Roy Duenas responded with a
small on
J Lead Unchanged In Week 4th LossNAS four well known assistants, to well hit ball to left and McCaf

confuse the track bookmakers, frey scored standing up for the
made wagers totaling $12,000 on
win. Gordon Lassila notched)
linksmen suffered another horse. The clever plan
varsity bookies. Siderealwon win number five, but found little
Of Furious NAS ActionLeadership their fourth loss of the season at 'I deceived the
the race and Rothstein support in his infield as the ]locals )-
f. the hands of Florida State Uni-
I cleaned about $900,000.
up errored lix times to figurein
remained unchanged in both divisions of NAS intramural versity, 71i-4l'i' last week at I the Marine scoring

softball play last week, but there was quite a shuffling second Tallahassee.
A in the first antI
division teams in a furious five. days of action. I Only three men made the jour IM Games Postponed run
Fasron 109 continued to dominate I four in the second gave the visitors -
and of these Ken Sutton All intramural softball
NARTU tamed Supply. :31-24, In
tbe American circuit with a 5-0 margin before the
a "pitcher's battle" to highlight lost to Sonny Tinney who cardeda games scheduled for Friday,
C-0) mark while in the National Fliers could counter with four in
League N ART U and Hospital I Wednesday's play while I O&R 75 while collecting three points. May 16, have been postponeddue
their half of the second.
rolled along at a similar clip to blanked 1st 'Lt., 13-0; Dispensary Sharpshooting Lou Chaff took to the Navy Charity Car
blasted FA'' .11, 11.1, O&G edged
remained tied. I Photo Lab' 19-16 and Hospital 21< points from his opponent nival and will be played at a Fliers Hit Hard

the Vf'-SCl American posed League a new as threat they are in I slipped by Operations, 10-6. while touring the course in 73 later date. Charleston took advantage of '
only percentage points away from VF-173 Scores Vpiet blows for the Navy. three errors and a single to Cole ..

the ."*cond place berth now oc- VF-173 was a surprise victor over Dave Moody succumbed to a brace of runs in the sixth and

cupied by Fasron Six. Both teams ComFair Jax 17.6; HAW-1 de- Tom Cumbie, 3-0, as the collegian go ahead 7-4, but timely hittingby
FaeTuLant, 5-4 VP-861 ,
have suffered only single defeat cisioned ;
posted a 74 for the day. the Fliers evened the count in
but the Patrolmen have played one shut out J.2, 4-0; Fasron 109
less game. I had a scare in downing VF-171, In best ball score the local their half.Duenas.

VA-175: Withdraws 11.9, and VP-5>> bowed to FasronSix team topped the Seminoles, 21. and Brock spaced
Last week's third place ownern 14-6, to end the competition The Fliers record now standsat
between two outs to
j singles ) scoreas
t the National division, Opera- Thursday. 12 wins, 4 losses and 1 tie I
Ions, fell to fifth as Dispensary In the final day of activity I' I Neely tripled for his second
novel ahead with a 4.2 mark. Photo Lab edged Operations, 5-4; hit and Coughlin plated the Flier
Supply and Operations are tied FAW-11 was a 7.0 victor over 1st Pisiolmen Score a keystoner for the third run witha

for fourth with an even .500 Lt.; NARTU blasted Dispensary; ] single to center. .
mark in six outings. 15-5; Commissary pushed across At Ocala ShootJax
The locals out in order in
VA-175 was forced to withdraw 112.B win over O&G and the were
from league competition due to Supply-O&R game was postponed. I Navy pistol men made off the next two frames and they

the intensive flying activities of The standings: with at least some of the bootyat trailed 8-7 into the ninth. How-

the equadron. All its games for Team AMERICAN; M.Aa H'. I- i the Ocala'] Pistol Tournamentheld ever, Neely singled and scored

the remainder of the first round Fasron 100 .. .... .. .. .. .. .. 6 0) at Ocala, Fla. last week with two down as McCaffrey .
Kchednle will be marked as 7-0 for Fall on Six; .. ................ 6 3 :
feits. VP-861 . ...... ............. IS when Jesse Blanton and Allen caught hold of a fast ball on the
... VJ-2 .. ............. ...... 5 in i
VI -861 Join Ranks Johns each won a trophy the hit and run to plate the evener. ;
TomFalrJax ..._........'..................... 4 8
I r +f17 o n d ay' s play saw Supply VP-5: .... .. ................... < sharpshooters class. A scheduled City League tilt

? r Jv 4ak by O&G, ft-5; Photo Lab out- HAW-1 .:::::::::::::::::::,....' : 2 2 4VF.171 3VKJ74 Johns won the grand aggregate with the Post No. 9 Generals
ePt "PAW.11, 23-22; Operations .... ___.___ ____ __...___
.................... ..... 2 S; \ in .the expert class with 'M' .e was rained out Sunday.
1'1e a'art ,ommissnry, 9-6; Dispensary VF-173 ... ............. .. 1 $ trophy :
OAR, 30-5, and the league FneTuLanl .... ...,., ........ .. C) ? a .38 caliber revolver and Blan WIN TROPIIIES M/Sgt.; Line scores on the Charleston
1 Hospital nine blast 1st Lt., Turn 1e, L.i ton the grand aggregate trophyin Jesse Blanton (left) and Allen series. ,

NARTU ...... .............. ... G (J the* sharpshooters class with Johns, ADC, exchange admir- Charleston 100 120 000 4 1C) 0 !
F American division Tues- Hospital ........... ..... .. <<; 0 ing glances at trophies each '
0-3 Dispensary ........ ...... .. .. .4 :;I a .22 revolver. won at the Ocala pistol tour- Jax Navy 100 030 lOx 5 13 0, 1
4 ;r 6C1 pounded out a .. ...... .. .. Pittman and Lambert Cliff d and
a r -over VF-171; VJ-2 defeated Supply .. ... .... 3 3 3 / The Navy teamwill travel to nament held r<
IAW-1' 16-5; Fasron 109 turned Orci Photo rations Lab ....;;:::::::::::::: :.3 3 J Gainesville} Fla. to participate in Johns won the- grand aggregate Charleston 140 002 100 000 8 S 4Jex .J\\
)) 3 in
2 class while
ack VF-174, 6-2; Fasron Six OAR o*<; .: : : : : ::::::::: ::::: :::: : : ? the Ocala and Gainesville Police Blanton won expert the grand, aggregate Navy 040 003 001 001 9 11 I ':t
and Bridget and Lnmtert Lava/la/ and
' trimmed ComFair Jax, 8-3, 2 S ,
) 'VF-5! BChcllacked FneTuLant, 19-2. jut KAW. Lt It. .. :::;;-::: :::.::::: : ::: e ? Dept shoot-offs May 18. in the sharpshooters cU&&. .'11 u..1.. )JJ.



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.JAX AIR NEWS 15. May 1952

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STATION I je mll.D TwoDay.Affair(Continued from! Page 1) ,

4i'v 4yuRtiyI events, There will be ,bingo, fc
DIALOGUE ? vYlxT (Items'ofLering for sale articles ring toss game, wheels of chance!!,
') '" ,Y aMa E vt of property,such as washing ma a golf chip and golf putting game '
("Station Dialogue" provides an chines, automobilesfurniture, ra
1 dios, clothing and the like Is pro to test your skill plus archery ".. '
for and civ-
opportunity military ,
hibited by Defense Department and rifle shooting and. many, 4
ilian personnel of the station to .
\ regulations. This column will how many more entertainment booths.
voice their opinion on a questionput ever list such services as avail : Big variety 1 acts In.c1uding.',
Jax Air News rides: wanted, lost
to them by a able housing singers, dancers, combos, and
articles and other similar
and found ,
reporter). a $ notices). other artists will be presented at ,
Today's Question is: "How doyou FOR RENT intervals throughout the carnU$i.\'f\
think the outcome of the 0
far; Furn. erm..apt. $75 per mo. 1504 val. ..,
s Florida :presidential primary will Rived Blvd., Orange Park. Mrs. II o t d o g s, hamburgers, soft'0 .
affect the national presidential > r Page, Ph. 8-2351. drinks and cool refreshments will
picture?" I Furn. 2-bdrm. house. 1509 San
-1_ be available in quantities to ae-
Juan Ave. Louis Kwartler, Ph.
James D. Ward, AN, O&R Ac- ( c S +R J a1 I 8-1436. I comodate the thousands expected
cessories Furn. 3rm. apt, 2077 Hyde Pk. tJJ
Rd. $75 per mo. Ph. 21496. Mrs.
don't think
Overly. FOR THE first time in the history .
mention of Furn. 4-rm. house. $80 per mo.
HOWDY PARDNER' 0 u n r cowboys and cowgirls will 6250 Farms Blvd. W. C. of the carnival, a mementoin
investiga- clamor to ride in this miniature stagecoach complete with authentic Ortega
should western driver, at the Carnival Friday and Saturday. This is Willard, Ph. 2-7595. the form of a souvenir pro
v e placed only one of the many rides featured in the Kiddieland area. Furn. 2-rm. apt. $10 per wk. Mur- gram booklet will be given to
ray Hill. Mrs. Patter. Ph. 8-5856. all attending.The .
light on Furn. 2rm. apt. 852 St. Clair St.
Clowns Food
Games Rides
famed "Eldorado Saloon"will
e f a uver's Mrs. Breese, Ph. '
.. A s Furn.. 2-rm. apt. 1425 Ionla Ave. once again have its chorus
f the presi- Miniature Kiddieland Has All Thrills Mrs. Bogers Ph. 4-4850. I line of can-can cuties. The J
Furn. 4rm. house. P.ent for 2 Store" successfullast
whole, I Five Points. Mrs. Forsyth, I "Country so
presi- Possible To Delight The Small FryGaily mos.Ph. 7-5604 year, will again operate.
happened to Single rm. $15 per wk. 4248 Or- A tremendous undertaking
other coun decorated pint-sized play; tega Place. Mrs Hall, Ph. 2- "All Hands" at the Naval Air
merry-go-round, and pony rides, 6243. Station have been working on
booths rides cotton
six novelty ,
6-rm home. 2965 Dell-
Will share
and of the famous ride
course on
the carnival for weeks. Enoughfun
candy, pink lem'Onadeevery- wood Ave. Mrs. Hunt, Ph. 27848.
O&R Ac- thing to delight young hearts, the kiddieland. .fire. truck. Will share home. Mis. Watkins, and entertainment has been
will be found under one hangar: A new feature connected with Ph. 7-7657. prepared, much of it free to keep
Will share home. 3623:: Ernest St.
roof this weekend at the big annual the fire truck has an educationalslant Mrs. Rose Ruff, Ph. 25537. patrons happy and occupied during
Navy Carnival for Charity., with mock firebox riggedup Lake the entire two-day period.
a Unfurn. 4-rm. apt. 2700 West }
Operated by the Overhaul and so they can 'ring in the "alarm" Shore Blvd. Mrs. McGowan, Ph 1J

: Repair department at the station,, before setting off to subdue the Unfurn.24291. 1-bdrm house. $55:' per STORY OF LITTLE GIRL

Kiddieland is one of the popular: make-bejieve holocast. The fire mo. Mrs. W. H. Darker, Ph. 2- NEXT I IN HOSPITAL'S
: truck is of the Navy's own
features of the carnival. Every one 0814. .
game booth, food counter, and operated by the station fire de- Furn.. 3-rm..apt45 per mo. 2854 CHILD FILM SERIES

show area has been constructed partment controlled by Security.For Miller.Corinthian Ave. Mrs. Roy J. Next week's film scheduled to'

Lohse especially for the small fry. Nc a small sum, the kiddies Furn. Single & Dbl. rms. 1447 Avondale < be shofen at 1000 on May 21 at
adults or 'teen-agers are invited will play a ball throw, dart Ave Mrs. Lee Schultz, the Naval Hospital will tell the

AN3, O&R I to participate in the entertain throw, pull string game, fishpond Ph. 25930TOR story of a little girl. It is the
: ment. It is the kid's carnival, cut shooting gallery, archery, SALE of the recent film
house. Kft. counterpart
3-bdrm. equip.G.
could it balls in box, bingo and two ring Unfurn. '
I to their size. '
I I. Equity. 4712 Blount Ave. "Angry Boy" and will show how-
the toss games. Jo-jo, the clown, will I James E. Breton, Ph. Ext. 686. girls, like boys, are molded by
o I e nation, Among the many features they roam the carnival area with a Unfurn. 2-Bdtm. house. G I. Equity. family relationships and home
I"I Florida will find are games of skill, with full bag of tricks and pranks. 'I'I 5160 Columbus Ave.. Mr. influences.
Chart Ph 2-0373.
been Dem- a prize for every youngster; dec. Best of all, parents who want Four-Bdrm. 2-story home ..Avondale This is the fourth in a seriesof
a ny orations so gay and plentiful it to enjoy more adult entertain- $13,925. Lt. Gibbs. Ph. films on child training prob. ,

I do think is a thrill just to look at them,, ment at the carnival can leave' 2-4284. lems. All parents will find it a a
Tandem 31'
Russell different 1950 Spartanette
and completely
a new the tiny tots in the Kiddieland Trailer. Will sell $1.550 Equity most interesting discussion hour.
beat Ke array of the "rides" the kids: nursery, completely equippedwith or trade for house. J. S. Moore, Yesterday's film "Your Children i
deep South adore. Jr. Stokes Trailer Pk., U. S. No. this ties -
playground games, toys and I and You", third in ser
I This year there will be a min.iature 1, South I
I, cribs. Trained attendants will beon was another down-to-earth
stage coach, to take every I MISCELLANEOUS
hand to warm a bottle, make Wanted-Ride to San Diego, Calif one. Family life and the give 4
Kidd O&R
junior cowboy and cowgirl on a
necessary changes, or put a on or after May 23. Lt. (jg) S. and take of everyday living was 1-
officer: trek through the area. There J. Sr. Ph
sleepy head to bed. Hunger, BOQ 501502. the keynote.San .
will be a miniature train, with Parents can safely leave their Ride wanted to Omaha, Minneapolis -
a real bell on the locomotive to or Chicago. Leave apx. May Marco St. Nick, Times
6 be rung. There will be a live youngsters to roam Kiddielandby 22 or 23. Will share expense Square. At Base 0730. Lv. 1610.
themselves, or park their infants and driving. A. L.' Rose, Ext. W. H. Andrews, Ph 8471. I
to toddlers in the nurseryfor 8249. Ride wanted-Hyde Park Circle ':
Motorists Told a very small fee. Driving to Billings Montana. to NAS. 0800-1630. Marie Rob
Leave 0745& May 26 via Dallas, inson, Ph. Ext. 684. f _
Another convenience this yearis Denver, Cheyenne. Three riders Wanted-Any ADE1 at this activi-
To Heed Carnival a bridge over the center of wanted. Dale Riley, CGA Unit, ty to swap billets with' Charles N+.
Kidd Kiddieland, where supervisorswill Green Cove Spgs. Ph. Ext. 205. L. DuPont, ADE1, 268-58-79,
I I watch all booth and other Three riders wanted, round trip to VF-742, NAAS Oceana, Virginia
will follow Traffic PatternMotorists Miami.600 May 30. Return Beach, Va.
concessions to see that no youngster Vy. E. Hill AOC and -
1600 June 2. Baby Sitter, afternoons evenings
I are reminded to becomes lost or gets into Bldg. 620. Ph. Ext. 8501. Martha Lovelace. Ph. 2-
trouble. Riders wanted to Southside via 9869.
O&R Plan heed closely the traffic pattern
: mapped out for the two-day

think will the I and Navy Saturday.Charity Carnival Friday o.. .. I (OMWVALHOR.TH / AREA ;

quite a Incoming traffic via the Main .

I 1-.1. on Rus- Gate will proceed east on York- HANGARS3 ,

in the Nor- town to Hoyt, Langly, Patoka, // //1 I/S
states and Wasp Streets, where it will

don't think I be directed to parking areas. ESSEX .
>fauver pan Station traffic originatingsouth

Rogers yth nomination of Yorktown will use

through the south, and if parking areas south of York- ..

Russel is picked as Democratic town or proceed north on Mus-

nominee, I predict he will take tin to Yorktown where it will Q I ,
between 28 to 35 of the 48 enter the traffic pattern and W YO

tates" proceed as above to parking
areas. .

Charles R. Farrell; O&R Messenger Outgoing traffic, except cars MAIN

: parked south of Yorktown, will ai.ATE 1.

I "I don't think l proceed west on Albemarle.
Traffic leaving the station
ft will have ,
I will use North Gate primarily. .' :. r_ 0 -
any Station traffic will turn off ,
911 10.
think President Albemarle on Mustin for points :. ,fI''o':

Truman h the south of Yorktown. ": ." : :: I : W 0 E U' -

man it he accepts ; Ranger street will be for ..
emergency and supply vehicles.Oneway : : .. :)
? Farrell .
traffic will be maintained .'I.'

Conductor: "Next station is on north-south access ;... ,

Long! Wait Junction. Change for roads to the Carnival, between ,.. .
Yorktown and Albemarle.All 0' "
Mauch. Chunk, Squeedunk, Quak-
,ke and' Podunk, Hokendaqua, motorists are asked to ,

Catsaqua, Meccanaqua and Tam cooperate .in following the di[ o.

aqua." 0 rections the traffic directors TRAFFIC .ROUTE Here- Is the, special traffic'pattern for incoming and outsold traffic during
New Brakeman (at rear of car) who will be' posted all along tha Carnival. Follow the simple directions above.. .Traffic director will be on hand'to direct the'flow

4 '"And the same at this end." the traffic pattern of auto ...