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 22, 1952
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Funds Exceed Last Year's l

lO Select Rating .

uoard Of Review as R .S Charity Carnival

k Members The biennial election In June for em Huge Success 1

ployee members to the Perform F
ance Rating Boards of Review Preliminary financial reports indicate that the colorful

vill be held in June, it was announced 1952 Navy Carnival for Charity held last Friday and Satur

by Industrial Relation: day could be termed a "tremendous success".

Final audit has not been
Department this week. yet All Hands Pitch In

Terms of office for the current e completed, but it is anticipatedthat In revealing this early report,

members of the seven Performance a net close to $50,000 will be Capt. Julius C. Early, general
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Rating Boards of Review ... .a <->> realized for the charity fund. This chairman of the Carnival Committee -

expire on June 30 and the new NEW CO FOR FASRON SIX-Comdr. Edward M. Morganleft would be an Increase of over $10- expressed his appreciation on

Employee Members will assume ( ) relinquished his duty as commanding: officer of Fasron Six 000 above last ;year's count. An- behalf of the commanding officer,

office as of July 1.. to Lcdr. Frederick E. Woodward (right) during brief ceremonylast nouncement of the final figure will the' governing board and himself
Six for two
week. Comdr. Morgan has been CO of Fasron
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 2)) years. (See Story Page 4)). be forthcoming.. military effort* of "all hands" both
and civilian, In helping to

Thanks' Goes The Long Way Around make the Carnival such a huge

To For All CarnivalSincere Hands I Red Rippers Headed for Trip Round Horn I success.the nival He fact went commented that off: "This with e specifically surprisinglyfew year's Car-on

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gratitude -
expressions of Centuries ago a Journey around 37,000 ton Oriskany do modern- ner lour 01 bourn: America win problems arising during the
All Hands actual which indicative
thanks to operation was
tempest-ridden Cape Horn was a day Navy men have a chance to be the destroyers William C.
for their fine effort in making i of excellent planning on t.he'
perilous undertaking attemptedby make this Lawe and Powers. In addition to
the 1952 Charity Carnival a big trip. I part of the committees and subcommittees -
*> only.the sturdiest of'.shlps.. VF-11, Air Anti-Submarine Squadron -
have been extendedby In carrying out their
success, I
) Within a few weeks the R dRippers 32 will also make the cruise.
Capt. Douglas T. Day, NAS Accompanying the Oriskany on functions.
of Fighter Squadron 11 Going aboard the Oriskany will
commanding officer and Capt. Crowds Bigger
will make the once-hazardous trip be no new experience to the Red
Julius C. Early, general chair- in comparative comfort aboard DR/ Rippers. Pilots of VF-11 were the Capt. Early felt this was par
/ man of the Carnival. the giant aircraft carrier USS first to land Jet aircraft aboardthe ticularly true of the "clean-up"
Here are their messages of committee's chore of returning the
Oriskany. carrier. They also were aboard
thanks: < she made her shake- hangars to shipshape condition.It .
"I personally am extremely Destination of the squadron, her
.7'' happy that the 1952 Charity which has been homebased in this 'down cruise after commissioning. is estimated that the crowds

;, Carnival proved such an outstanding area as a part of Fleet Air Jack- The Oriskany is the Navy's new- exceeded by a wide margin the

',1'\ success, and grateful sonville for over two years, is est carrier and was commissionedin approximately 25,000 people who

.. ..., to all who worked hard to San Diego, California. The squad- September of 1950. Named !after -
A list of all the
\ will be reassigned at the the Revolutionary Battle of complete
:. ; make it so. I am sure that this
Carnival winners be
", < expression is shared by every- West coast port. Oriskany, the carrier was thefirst prize can
found 5.
to on Page
U. S. flattop designated
one, and especially by
organizations which will bene- Enlisted men of the squadronwill be equipped with a new automatic I
attended last year's event on eachof
leave here next Saturday steering device recently approved ,
: fit so largely by the fine gen- the two nights.
., tribution of time and talent in (May 24)) and board the carrier in VF-11 Insignia by the Navy. The fun, the first class enter-
Norfolk, Va. Pilots will fly their
t this great cause.
tainment and the true holiday spirit -
: Capt. Douglas T. Day red-nosed Jets, that have becomea VF-11 One of the Navy's OldestVF11 I that prevailed throughout will
Commanding Officer, NAS familiar 'Sight to personnel at
, not soon be forgot ton. It wouldJ
p. NAS, aboard the carrier when it is
i Jax. scheduled to depart manding Officer NATTC were be difficult to say which of the
in waters adjacent to Jacksonville
1 Calif. also Red Rippers. booths and features was most pop-
NAS soon for San Diego,
several later.
Committee is days
' "The Carnival is one of the oldest fighter Since becoming a jet squadron ular for all seem to be equally
indeed gratified by the splendid Included In the 'Itinerary for in the Nav3Its VF-11 pilots have consist- busy.
: results of this year's effort. the 15,000 mile cruise is a liberty history dates back to 1927 ently maintained outstanding Entertainment Pleases

. As a joint projt, involving stop In Rio de Janiero, romantic, when it was first commissioned performance records which There can be no doubt as to the

I nearly everyone on the "sta cosmopolitan capital of Brazil. Bombing Squadron 1 has earned the squadron numerous success of Klddleland, an out
I tion civilian it is as
or military,
aboard the USS Lexington. commendations includ- standing Carnival feature, developed
an outstanding example of Personnel of VF-11 will be
BattleEfficiency In its entirety by a well organized -
Naval ing the coveted Navy
\ what can be done when every- realizing a dream shared ,by most Many high ranking, "E" for fiscal 1951 group of Overhaul and Repair -
one pitches in. I wish we could Navy men when they "go around Aviators have been membersof Department employees. Chil-
which ranked them the top jet
... properly thank each one per- the horn." By tradition a sailor VF-ll through the years. in the Atlantic Air dren of all ages were enchanted by
Admiral Osborne B. Har- squadron
sonally, but since that is im- who makes a cruise around the Rear the storybook atmosphere the
possible we welcome this op- almost Antartic of dison, Commander Fleet Air Force.
windswept, tip time nine of gaily decorated fun and eats
At the
Jacksonville commandingofficer present
portunity to extend our sincere South America becomes a true was booths, and novelty rides.
in 1928- the Red Ripper pilots hold individual -
of the squadron
appreciation to all hands..
"old salt. Even the thunderstorm on Sat-
30. Captain Douglas T. Day, Navy "E's" for ex-
Capt. Julius C. Early Only on occasions when a shipis in various of urday made but little dent in the
Commanding Officer NAS, and cellence phases
General Chairman, too large to traverse the Pan- aerial exercises. crowd which poured through the
\ Captain Lester K. Rice, Com- competitive
Carnival Committee. ama Canal as is the case with the (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 2)

I Armed Forces Pay Bill Grants 4%- Cost 01 Living Raise | .

President Truman Tuesday signed a bill granting members of the Armed WARRANT OFFICERS
Forces a four per cent "cost of living" pay raise plus a 14 per cent increase in Pay Under Over Over Over Over Over Over Over Over Over
quarters allowance. The basic allowance for commuted rations however will reGrade 2 2 4 6 8 10 12 H 16 18

main the same under the new bill. W-4 $332.90 $332.90 $332.90 $348.04 $363.17 $378.30 $393.43 $408.56 $423.70 $433According
I : ; to advance information received by Branch 91 9f the Fleet Reserve W-3 302.64 302.64 302.64 310.21 317.77 325.34 332.90 340.48 348.04 363
Association from Congressman! Bennett the new pay bill, which is retroactive W.2 264.82 264.82 264.82 272.38 279. 5 287.51 295.08 302.64 317.77 332
to May 1 Win, look like th15. W.l. 219.42 219.42 219.42 226.98 234.53 242.11I9.68 257.24 264.82 279


Pay Under Over Over' Over Over Over Over Over Over Over E.7 $206.37 $206.39 $214.03 $221.68 $229.32 $236.96 244.61 $252.25 $259.90 $275
Grade 2 2 4 6 8 10 12 H 16 18 E-6 175.81 175.81 183.46 191.10 198.74 206.39 214.03 221.68 229.32 244

0-8 $963.30 $963.30 $963.30 $963.30 $963.30 $963.30 $963.30 $963.30 $963.30 $963 E.5 145.24 152.88 160.52 168.17 175.81 183.46 191.10 198.74 206.39 221
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0-6 592.80 592.80 592.80 592.80 592.80 592.80 592.80 592.80 607.62 .637 E-3 99.37 107.02 114.66 122.30 129.30 137.59 145.24 152.83 152.88 152
0-5 474.2-1 474.2 474.24 474.24 474.24 474.2 489.06 503.88 518.70 543 E-2 85.00 93.60 101.40 109.80 119.00 124.80 124.80 12480 124.80 124 f.
0-4 400.14 400.l 400.a 400.14 414.96" 429.78 444.60 459.42 474.2-1 503 E.l 83.20 91.00 98.80 98.80 98.80, 98.80 98.80 98.80 98.80 911>

0.3 326,0-1 326.04 340.86 355.68 370.50 385.32 400.14 414.96 429.78 4H BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR QUARTERS FOR ENLISTED PERSONNEL
0.2 259.36 274.18 289.00 303.82 318.64 333.46 3-18.28 363.10 363.10 363
0.1 222.30 237.12 251.94 266.76 281.58 296.40 311.22 326.0-1 326.0-1 321 Pay Not over 2dependents Over 2
Grade dependentsPay
WIth WIthout Pay With Without E-1)) 77.10 96.90
11 Grade dependents dependents Grade dependents dependents E-5 77.10 96.90

tl 0.8 $171.00 $136,00 0.2 $94.20 $77.10 E.4 77.10 96.90 \
O-7 171.00 136.80 0.1 85.50 gt 3 1 dependent 2 dependents Over 2 dependent I iO5 r"1rl
119.70 W-4 119.70 ;
0.6 136.80 $77.10 $96.90
E.3 $51.30
102'60 102.60 85.50
130'80 W-3
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Y Report' From-Washington 1 1Troops


J11 X M ''rr11f S1m" In Korea Get Fresh Meat Meals

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Published every Thursday tor Navy activities at Naval Ail !i

StatIon. Jacksonville Fla.NAS. Jacksonville First Scrap Shipments Arrive From Battlefront

Capt. Douglas T. Day __ Commanding Officer ------ .--- --
Comdr. James H. Armstrong __. Executive Officer
Lt. Dave Barksdale Public Information Officer (By Armed Forces Press Service) during the Army's salvage campaign,
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear Soldiers in Korea are now being served 50'a
Adm. Osborne B Hardison 0. Commander In a special exhibit in the offices of the
Howard .. ... fresh meat meals out of the 60 meals a month,
Capt. Hopkins o.u.o..o. Chief of Staff House Armed Services Committee, the Army
Fled Air Wing Eleven excluding breakfasts, Army officials report. .

Capt. Jesse S. McClure ..............._-....?..?......._...................... Commander At 9'2 meals, canned meat is served Each has illustrated the effectiveness of its cost
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton_.___...__..._._..__:._Chief Staff Officer month-about 20,000 short tons of eggs, steaks consciousness indoctrination program. Utiliz
Naval Air Technical Training Center and from Army
clippings newspapers
ing posters
Capt. Lest K. Rice .............................................._ Commanding Officer fresh potatoes, lettuce, apples, oranges, and the world the exhibit shows
all over ,
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart __._._00. unO. __ _____..._?.._ Executive Officer lemons are sent from the port at Pu an to refrigerated -
Naval Hospital storage points. just how the Army is educating its troops on

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton.__ Commanding Officer the importance of cost C'onsciousness.
Capt. Easton B. Noble ____.__.Commanding Oflcer The Navy has been designated the purchasing of John Paul Jones was presentedto
A bust
Comdr. Anthony Trusso. __Executive Officer agency for all religious supplies for the !
Army Navy. and Air Force. the Dcpaitmentof Congress recently by the U. S. Naval Academy .
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions in commemoration of the 154th anniversary -
Defense has announced Items to pro-
8184 and 216.
of the The
The JAX AIR NEWS li pvbllshea WCCKTV at the U. S. Naval Air Station cured are for Protestant, Catholic and Jewish of the Department Navy.
Jacksonville Florida' I and printed non appropriated fund hero is locatedin
o INn.I bust of the Navy's first great
from Bibles to baptismal
: religions and
at no expense lo the government and In with NAVEXOS P 35 Rev range
Nov. 1945 Copies are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Station the fonts Joint specification and promotion of the east lobby. gallery' floor of the Senate
Ka>'al Air Re er\p training Unit Naval Aux|iiiar]| Air! Station Cecil Held and
the U. S. Naval Hosrltal standardization will enable the Navy Pur- wing of the Capitol. .
Editor-Andrew H. Pitney chasing Office to buy in quantities and thus 4
Staff Members: Marian Sprenger JO3; Mary Bixiones JOSN; The Army Medical Librarv', located in
effect substantial
Dave DtroSN John Charvat AN Barbara Tomlinson SN savings.
; ; ; Washington has been redcsignatecl the Armed
The JAX AIR NEWS It a member of the Armed Forces Press Service.AFPS The first shipment of scrap metal from Ko- Forces Medical Library and will]) serve as a
material appeannn In thin t publication may not be reprinted withoutthe I '
written pet:mission of Armed Force Press Venice. Rrrubllcatlon of other rea has arrived in the U. S. The shipment, joint agency of the three military departments -
matter. except by sere Ice cubllcatlc\ Is .ohiblted without permission of which includes abandoned weapons and bro the Department of Defense has announced. -
.. .. will continue to func-
The .
----- --- --- -- ----- ken vehicular parts, is valued at nearly $5- library

000,000 and weighs approximately 7,700 tons. tion as a national medical library. and as

I 1952 ELECTIONS I It brings to 165000 tons the total amount of the control library of the Defense Department

scrap metal collected in the past ten months --
-- -------- ---
(Bv Armed Forces Press Service) I .

This voting informatIOn applies to Armed Forces personnel dependents -

residing with Armed Forces personnel and U. S. citizens i
Attached to and serving&: with the U. S. Armed Forces beyond the ;; ; w fft

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

persons include civilians employed by the Department of the Army. I M.\l\sIDE:

Navy and Air Force. the Marine Corps and the Coast Guard; and $7j Tim rod,iv". )lay 22

personnel of the American Red Cross and USO For additional elec- I tp RalfGieoil! Robert Young

tion information consult your voting officer. 'k'O I 1"rida\'. May 23No

Room For The
WISCONSIN rine personnel and certain civilians :
I (The Badger State) may make application for I Ii I Groom. .... .. ... .. Tony Curtis

Qualifications for Voting i absentee ballots in two ways: I Saturday, Slay 24
I tae' Uest John Payne
1. Must be at least 21 years of either by (a) submitting a lettercard x t- Passage
simdtt. May 2)
age on date of election or completed Federal Post
Cat bine \S Williams James Stewart
2. Must be a U. S. citizen having Card Application (Standard
resided in the State of Wisconsin Form 76) or, (b) by other per- I :Monday, May 26
Just Across The
for period of sons (spouse, parents relatives.
a one year -----. Street. ..... .. Ann Sheridan
and in the election precinct for or friends) applying in personon
HEADY FOR RESCUE-Comfortably seated in A one'man
behalf of absent voter. By TIIWI 4 Wed, May 27-28 .
10 days. rubber raft, this flier demonstrates part of the :Navy's latest Three ForBedroom
3. Must be a registered voter either method, application will survival equipment The raft contains all the necessary provisions -
except members of the Armed be accepted at place of Wisconsin I including a buoyant silt.to.fresh water "still. which ran I ........ .. Gloria Shannon

Forces and "certain Merchant residence as early as 60 days be tied to the raft to sustain the 'downed airman until rescued. 'I :NATTCenterT.mrsdav

Marine personnel and certain before any election. .election; or the last Saturday before I Registration : ", May 22

civilians" 2. Ballots will be mailed to j election day and, in certain I 1. Registration i where required 'Walk Fast On
Beacon. .... .., George Murphy
all voters about 21 days before
Registration c circumstances, on election day. is permanent. .1 I .
i election. Marked ballots I FridaIa: 23
1, Although members of the any Obtaining Ballots and Voting I 2. Members of the A r m E'd I
must be received by election of- I Passage est .... John Payne
Armed Forces "certain Merchant I Forces voting on "Official WaiBallot"
Members of the Armed Forces
I Saturday, :Mal' 24
at voting
proper pre- ..
Marine personnel and certain become registered automatically
absentee ballots I
nay: apply for No Room For The
cinct before closing of the pollson i ,
civilians" when marked ballot
are election day ay mailing Federal Post Card I Groom ..4.... .. Piper Laurie
all registration requirements is received by election officials,
Standard Form 761)
Application (
Sunday, :May 21}
they may register if they IOWAThe lo county auditor, county of 3. A member of the Armed Outcasts of Pokers

to desire. ( Hawkeve State) Iowa residence. Application will Forces who is present at Flat ..... .. .... Dale Robertson
2. Any person who is unableto Qualifications for Voting '20 Missouri residence election
as days on
:::>e accepted as early Mon \ TueH, :May 26-27
register in person may re- 1. Must be at least 21 years of before: any election. Marked bal- day may also vote without being Cat bine illiamsendell Coiey

quest in writing an "Affidavit of age on date of.election. l ots must be received by election registered, if such person was WNln".da.la"; 28

Registration Form" from the I 2. Must be a U. S. citizen hav- (officials not later than the day absent from his Missouri residence Just Across The

town, village, or city clerk at i ing resided in the State of Iowa i 1:Before the day of election. during in-person regis-
Stieet ..... .. ... ... John Lund
place of Wisconsin residence. for a period of six months and in tration periods However, the, I
Requests for application should .the county for 60 da 's. :MISSOURI serviceman will be required tc I
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be made at least 90 days priorto 3. Must be a registered voter (The Show-Me State) fill out a special registration 'fhllr..d"Iar
i Skirts Ahoy ........ Esther Williams
any election Unregistered members of the Qualifications for Voting form at time of voting.
Friday, :May 23
Obtaining Ballots and Voting Armed Forces are considered to 1, Must be at least 21 of 4. All other persons must reg-
years The Brigand ........ Anthony Dexter
1. Members Armed
of the
have fulfilled all registration ister in person.
date of election
ige on sat A Kim, :May :21-25:
Merchant Ma-
Forces ceitam
i requirements when they have 2. Must be a U. S. citizen hav- Obtaining Ballots and Voting Walk East On

returned the absentee ballot I i ng resided in the State of Missouri 1. All qualified persons who Beacon ..... .. ... George Murphy
i with the affidavit executed on for at least one and in be absent from their
VINE 'I year I may voting :Monday, :May 26
. irtli the return envelope. he county, city, or town for 60 i precinct on election day may Outcasts of Poker

Registration lays immediately preceding an vote by absenteeballot' Flat ............... ... Anne Baxter
I 1. Registration is permanentin (le(' ion, In the case of absentee I I 2. Members of the Armed Tuesday, Mm 27

Protestant tho e cities where it is required ,voters this residence requirement !I Forces may apply for absentee No Room For The

D830-.Morning Services, All. must have been met prioro I I ballots by mailing a completed Groom .................... Tony Curtis
Saints ChapeL 2. All persons (including members t beginning of absence. i, Federal Post Card Application t

0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. of the Armed Forces, if 3. Must be a registered voter. I I (Standard Form 76) to clerk of the county court, county of

1930-Sunday School Smell Chapel they desire) may register by absentee Missouri residence. Application

1045-All. Saints ChapeLCatbolie mail may process.be .accomplished Registration at anytime by II Chaplains Initiate Exchange ProgramNavy I.i should be made at least 60 days

0830 and 0930-Mass, St. Edward up to and including the 10th I Chaplains' religious views I The exchange program resulted in advance of election. Ballots

's Chapel. day prior to any election by were exchanged with those of the in Chaplain Elliott's speaking at will be mailed to voters and

W30-St. Edwards'Class).Chapel (Catechism requesting duplicate! "Registration I ivilian clergy from the Jacksonille the morning services" of the Ortega should be returned to election officials -

Cards" from the commis- \' area during the Armed Methodist Church. Chaplain
1030-Mass, St Edward's Chapel I not later than 6:00: p. m.
0645-Mass at Hospital! Chapel i j loner of registration, county of Forces Day Sunday Services last Kuolt delivered a sermon at Grace
Christian Science I Iowa residence These cards 1\1 keek.Reverand. Lutheran Church and later at on the day immediately following

TUE'sday--2000 at NATTC Chaplain's must be properly executed and Donald Mackey, pastor Amelia City.Reverend election day.

Mormon.Office I returned to the commissionerfrom of the Ortega Methodist Mackey is a representative 3. All other persons should

t'hursday-1930-at Small ChapeL whom obtained. Registration Church: spoke at the 0830 servicet of the Military Allianceof make application by letter to the

in person may also be accomplished the All Saints Protestant Chap- Jacksonville, and was a Navy Board of Election Commissioners -

1830-Monday.Jewish NATTC Auditor. at office of commissioner I e 1 while Lt. RoWt Elliott, NATT- chaplain during World War II He county of Missouri residence

ium.Christian of registration (or at such 'I enter: chaplain, and Lcdr Milton was attached to a PT boat com- Ballots should be received by

Science' place designated) during the Cuolt, junior NATTCenter chap- mand in the Pacific Area Chap- election officials not later than

2'uesday-1900 at NATTC Chap- three-day period beginning with Ij tin, delivered sermons at three lain Elliott and he met in Malaya 6:00: p. m. on the day immediately -

kin's Office the second Thursday preceding c hnrrr-es off the Center during the war following election day.



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VP- VA-J75. Fasron 9 Report :

I I Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons :WAVE WAYS--I ',I

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VP-5 AD3 Arthur E. Mead, Jr., ADI, .,.. .
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VP-5 has bid goodbye to its and Edward H. Claggett, AT3. r''f.'" : ,> ; : ,,,,,,,.>>:.",.....t.. ".,.:...: >">" ,... "<.1 ,, Lo and behold we have a new 1
"'"" Wave chief in our midst. Marge"
veil-liked and respected Leading Recently shipped over for six r'>' '
'. 'i. ', ''' Clarke, TE1, received word yeSterday &\
Chief, Albert "Dutch" Schultz,, more years of Naval service are '
> she entitled to.J .
> that was '
AOC. David W. Hetterly, AD2, and }
"Dutch" first joined VP-J John A. Tatem, YN1 .. add the letters USN on her cap \

back in December' 1949, and ha Participating in Armed Forces device. According to tradition, w
this warrahts a dunking party at {:
served the squadron well as Pa Day displays throughout the
the pool. Gather round ye lowly 1i
trol 5 Leading Chief Relievedby
South, VP-5 flew a P2V-5 to
Chief Joseph E. Moone, ADC,, Dobbins Air Force Base Atlan- peons and do your duty!
Plans for the Skirts; Ahoy"premiere .'k
Chief Schultz has transferred to
I ta, Ga., and one to Keesler Air

Fasron 109.Having Force Base, Biloxi, Miss. As partof slated for Thursday, 1Ii'.rtl t
May 29, at the Florida Theatre, WI
already seen 24 full static aircraft displays, the

years of active service, "Dutch" new P2V-5's were provoking oft are finally shaping up and the

recently re-enlisted for what innumerable questions from'an cooperation received from both w
may be his last six-year tour. inquisitive public. NATTC and NAS Waves is appreciated "'I"

The squadron extends best wishesto by all concerned. Rehearsals
Two other squadron aircrafts
Chief Schultz and hopes hi of the choral group are
went, respectively, to Moody Air
and tentative plans
billet will be underway
new an
Force Base, Valdosta, Ga., and to
events form-
for other are being
Craig Air Force Base in Selma,
The blue ribbon for Black ed.
Ala. Coincidently enough, VPS'snew f

Bass fishermen goes to RobertS. Air Force pilot,'Capt. PaulA SKYRAIDERS RETURN-Maintaining: the largest number of ."
MAA's at barracks 722
The :
Bird AD2. On a recent expe- p g a r; USAF, was copilots ships and men since WWII, the Navy displays the effective punch
dition to the Keystone of U. S. forces afloat as Navy F9F Grumman Panther Jets returnto were kept unusually busy this Ai" I

area (he wouldn't say exactly Craig aboard AFB.the plane on display at the carrier USS Princeton after strafing targets in Korea. past week with ,seven neW girls WI ,I'r

where), Bird bagged a 13>i ,Fasron Nine CAG One. checking aboard. From Bain-

pound bronzeback. Squadron bridge we received Joan Han- ,
hit the
VA-175 Biggest news to squadron
fishermen listened enviously as for some time is the impending Coach Will Webber's "Nitro cock, who joined the office forceat "
Loud are the praises but loud
he related his "battle Personnel; Barbara Phillips,
report" arrival of a new commanding Nine" put a feather in their re-
also the wails heard from the
Jesse C. Crumbacker, A01, and are officer for Fasron 9. He is spective caps by trouncing VC- Mary Silcox, both assigned to
pilots who competed in the last
Lester Gottberg, A02, recentlysaid "E" Comdr. Wilson G. Wright III. At 62. "Slim" Goforth was the heroof Operations. '"
farewell and have departedfor present he is stationed at Com the day when he banged four Marsha Zimmerman arrived %tf, '
in order to Lt. Jim Fritze
duty aboard the USS Oris- bat Information Center schoolin for four in the fracas. from AC School and Dona Albrecht WI'J

kany. Ens. Charlie Gibson and Ens. former ANP) Students,
Glenview 111. but is
Kenneth who expectedto Carlos AM2 and Glenn
Templeton grabbedthe Smelly,
returned to Jacksonville as an
arrive Jax
Mrs. much sought awards. Condo- \yi shortly. Monegon, AM2 have packed '
Lt. and John E. Losure AGAN after attending Aerographer's -
lences to those who narrowly Another squadron blowout is their bags and headed for Nor-
have been blessed with the arri- School in Lakehurst. Notto
missed it.Tough scheduled for the 23rd of this man, Oklahoma to enlighten new
val of a new daughter, Barbara be overlooked are Joan Thron
to "snow" mili- month. If past performances are members of the profession.
Jean. Tipping the scales at 8 lbs., men on and Helen Turner who recently ,.

7 ozs., Barbara Jean arrived at tary justice are Harry Marcus, i any indication, this one will pro- Billy Manly, ADI took off for completed recruit training at
ADI Wally Miller AF2 and Jim vide food for thought for many
; ; ,
0027 on'May 12. She missed be- Seattle while Aliello left for Al- Bainbridge. J
Ray, AOl who have successfully moons to come. *
Mother's meda.
ing a Day baby by a
completed their Universal Codeof Time out is taken to give a pat of
scant half hour."Welcome Two promising members ;
Military Justice courses. on the back to Doug Mauldin, Fish story to top all other fish .
aboard" to JosephA. the softball team, Jackie Barnes )
The squadron will miss Dick AMI who has consistently turned stories for this year was providedby
Debrowolski, SA; John S. and Emily Casey, left this week
Jim Barwick ADC who has
AK3 who has ,
Meneilly fine
just a squadron paper. Dougis
HM2 John S. Recten- *
Payne, ; for AG and PH Schools respec-
transferred to NADC, N AS, scheduled to report to Class been passing photo of an 80 lb
wald, ADI; Lawrence E. Doyle, tively. Their absence on the diamond
trout he claims to have
Johnsville, Pa. "B" metalsmith school in Memphis speckle

A welcome addition to the elec- His loss will be hard felt caught on plugs. If the denizenof will be sorely noticed'and
the team extends their wish of
Lcdr. Woodward
I tronics shop will be Charles and a clarion cry is going out the deep hasn't decomposedor "
smooth sailing to both girls at
# Mather, AEC who has just reported for men interested jn helpingput been eaten, he'd better bringit

Succeeds r MorganAs to VA-175 from USNA- out forthcoming issues of the to quiet the doubting- Thomasesonce their next ANP duty station. who
Other ) graduates
j RTS Lake Denmark, Dover, N. J.SUNWORSIIIPPER paper. and for all.
departed this week are: Flo
Fasron 6 CO I With two air groups to handle The supply crew extends a
Neely to AT School at Memphis;
the squadron is feeling the strain. welcome aboard to Harlan Simpson -
I Sonia Morris and Joan Lehman
During a brief ceremony held Chief Sulo Savelo, AOC's pride AN. Great things are expecied -
to AG School at Lakehurst.
( here last week, Comdr EdwardM. and joy of the ordnance shop has of the new candidate for
New students for ANP) Schoolare
Morgan relinquished his post x Y been temporarily turned over to "Jack of the dust". "
r : Shirley Ryder, Letha Latti-
as commanding officer of Fas --- '
rg more, Shirley Cornelison and
i r Woodward.ron Six to Lcdr. Frederick E. ;a aQ7 K-Vet Bill Provides Free Ann Hertil. The welcome mat is

out for the newcomers and good
[ Comdr. Morgan, whose next
rg2 J ; G wishes are plentiful for those departing -
I tour of duty will be at the Naval am ,

Academy, has served as com- Schooling Other BenefitsWashington

manding officer for the past two r Q. I ary in figuring social security

years. He relieved Lcdf. Walter M benefits.
(AFPS-The Ko-
G. Barnes in June of 1950. '2M J cent of a four percent loan on Onthe.jobtrainingGeneral-
rea-Vet bill has been unanimously -
1 Adventurous Career gs4 ; approved by the House Veterans home, farm or business with a ly, the same, except that the gov-

Following his designation as a ? rls ?# Committee. It must now be I, maximum guaranty of $7,500. ernment's contributions will be

I Naval aviator at NAS Pensacola passed by the House and Senate. Further Benefits reduced automatically 'every

l In 1937, numerous highlightshave a # I Mustering-out pay-Men upI four months.
j The measure would pro.vide up
filled the adventurous career 1yF I through the Army rank of Captain The committee provided special ;
to 36 months of free schooling, '
l of Comdr. Morgan. will get $100 for service of safeguards against abuses which
up to $300 mustering-out pay
After service with VP-6 at and less than 60 days, $200 for more hampered the WWII program. It ",
government-guaranteed I
Pearl Harbor, he joined Patrol than 60 days and $300 for more barred such avocational courses
loans on homes, farms and bust
Squadron 23 for a year's duty, inesses. i thn 60 days and overseas duty. as bar-tending, dancing and'personality -

thence to Pensacola before he I Social security-As before, the development. Any flight

went aboard the carrier USS The benefits would be avail government will credit each man training would have to lead to a
: in March 1942. able to all men and women in
Ranger in Service with $160 monthly sal- job.
Preceding his duty with Fas- < L"rs uniform between June 27, 1950, I I &\ .
6 Comdr. 4 and a date to be set later by -.
ron Morgan was exec-
utive officer of Naval Air Sta- either Congress or the President. Local Craft Join In Hunt For C

tion, Bermuda and prior to that $110-$150 Per Month

time served for two years in the Chief benefits are: Education- Three, Men On Raft At Sea

Air Warfare Division of the Office $110 a month for single veterans

of the Chief of Naval Opera- and up to $150 to those with de- Deviating somewhat from from where the stricken ves-

tions. pendents. Students would be en- the primary mission of the sel last sent out her S.O.S. The

Lcdr Woodward, a graduate of titled to one and one-half days Coast Guard cutter Mercury
free schooling for each day of squadron, one of VJ-2's "Hurri )
the University of Minnesota, has spotted the floating hulk and

.-. ferved as executive officer of service. The maximum would be cane Hunting" aircraft was sent ordered the planes'to rendezvous -

\l Fasron 6 for the past year. He relieved 36 months, the normal period fora to sea recently, not to look for over the area.

y Lcdr. Tom Abbott in Mayof four-year college education. weather disturbances but to One of the planes finally dis- 1

1951. Veterans must pay their own tuition find three men lashed to a raft
{. covered the elusive raft and
II' Woodward Succeeds and use whatever is left for somewhere in the Gulf of Mex- dropped smoke flares. After

Preceding his duty here -he living expenses. ico.Lt. the intial flare was extinguished

'(: was assigned to the Office of One-year Housing Warranty (jg) Al Fowler was ordered the P2V from VP-861 drop-

'r Chief of Naval Reserve! Training Housing-Provisions are the to fly"his P4Y in searchof ped another while the P4Y ,

:: #' Glenview, Ill. It was he who same as those in the WWII bill, three men off a shrimping from VJ-2 orbited over the

f piloted the plane that locatedthe except that home builders will be trawler which had foundered survivors.

pilot of Capt. Eddie Ricken- -II wouldbe required to give veteran buyersa about 300 miles south of Key Soon after the Mercury came

backer's plane when it crashed difficult, for Old Sol not to one-year warranty that the West. alongside the men and hauled

Into the sea. From his discoverycame rise up and shine on so lovelya house is as represented. Together with a P2V from VP- them aboard. According to last I
wooer as Lorrie Taylor as she
Rjckenbacker'i eventual graces the sands of Miami Loans-The government, as'be- 861, piloted by Lt.,Tom Sawyer accounts all three were in good 1

rescue. Beach. fore, will guarantee' to 60 pert they commenced the,search physical condition.ri'FC .



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.. 22 May. 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Five

16 Lucky WinnersComdr.
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I .- : A Carnival Grand Prize r.

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"It was the thrill of a lifetime", were the words of Comdr. PleasE.

,,,1 : Greenlee, winner of the beautiful 1952 Chrysler Windsor automobile

: ... grand prize at the Navy Carnival for Charity, held last Friday and
r .
Saturday. .

"", : Commander Greenlee, training the second.
officer at the newly opened AGO \
Gym-dandy swing and slide set
School, NATTC, went on to express
went to Mr. Floyd R. Meeks of o
.. his and Mrs. Greenlee'sthanks
.. to all the supporters of 1746 Fair St.; the boy's 26-inch
bicycle was awarded to H. Y.
the carnival, who made it possible
Youngan of 273' McDuff Ave., and
to. him to drive off with this auto.
the ,girl's 26-inch bicycle went to
Canadian Wins Boat
Arthur D. Boutwell, ME of the
Second prize, consisting of a
Plant Division, O &, R.
boat, motor and trailer, went to
Paul S. Byars, ADC from Fas
Mr. P. Winter of Toronto, Canada.As .
ron 6 took the miniature glider ,;
yet he has not collected his "
swing set and C. R. Hickox of
prize, but it is believed that Mr.
1234-A Hancock Ave., enlisted
1 Winter Is a merchant mariner
housing area, NAS, won the whir-
who was in Jacksonville for !a
ly-fflff. The children's table and
couple of days. Every effort is
chair set went to J. Lyons of 3411
3 *
made to locate him.
J ; being

.) _- 10.. .., ... ,- kc'wia.rowcaelicwaeoaN4.; .c. '''' H ....,,.+ro-.....,.",.,.,..,...:N.,..'......,<..a.< ....<"T:.' ...' $10,000 in Frizes Alonso St., and the rubber wading
pool was won by Ralph H. Dykes,
I SCENIC LANDMARK-One :t he more scenic landmarks in this area, this regal o was the- The household appliances were '
HM3 of the USNH. Last, but not
site of historical events dating back to the Indian days. From horses to Jets, it has, withstood all taken by a local resident of
drought and hurricanes and today its perfect contour and massive trunk remains for all to ad- Jacksonville; Mr. W. G. Page of least, the small child's tricycle
., + mire. It is located on Mustin Road just beyond the Naval Hospital. 2117 Myra: won the refrigeratorand went to Robert A. Hampton, ATC,

A Thing Of Beauty I the deep freeze went to W. 3709-A, Dewey.Park.. .

Buddy B. B. Feeley, a civilian worker in the

I) 'r\. Station's Historical Majestic Oak Hatch Supply, civilian Department driver, Preston for the W. Fifteen BirthsAt

Band Coming Favorite Subject Of Shutterbugs Works transportation walked division off with of the Public electric Naval Hospital

and the TV console wentto
Buddy Bair, his (trumpet and "I think that I shall never range During One Week
of 139 Ernest.An
his orchestra will be aboard the see against the Spaniards at Fort J. Richardson .
Picolata, the St. Johns ANP( ) School student from
station for a three day engage- Listed below the births
A tree are as
lovely as a
.. poem River. NATTC, Jake H. Duckworth, SA,
; ment, beginning! MondayMay 26. Surely the tree that inspired was the proud possessor of one of reported by the Naval Hospital

'.Mt\ First performance Monday Joyce.Kilmer's.immortaJ. poemcould IN 1812, from the shadows of the cocker pups while Miss Jean between the period May 6 and
.. : will be at the Mainside Auditor- May 14.Chief.
be no more majestic than this oak, American forces aid- Williams of 2035 Forbes St. took
; '. ium., Tuesday, he plays -for a the oak that stands in Officers'Country ed by the president of the Re- Aviation Metalsmith
.'1 : crew's dance at the NATTCen- Charles A. and Mrs. GwendolynAkers
: here, a few hundred
public of Florida, who owned More Civil Service
1 ';;\ ter Auditorium and final show feet beyond the Naval Hospital the surrounding acres, launched a son, weighing 8 Ibs., 2-

; .. Wednesday will be at the Officer's on Mustin Road. an attack against the Span- Vacancies Listed '4 ozs., on May 6.

,"' : Club.All dances begin at One of the oldest oak trees ish on the East bank of the Industrial Relations Depart- Airman Charles A. and Mrs.

;,. 2000., in the state of Florida, or in river. has announced several civil Barbara A. Bradford, a son,
Arrangements for the orches- ment weighing 7 lbs, 15-/4 ozs.; on
this part of the country for that The oak is quite large in service positions open to employees

r' tra are handled by Gus Donahue matter, it has been the scene size, but more... imposing than of the Naval Air Station. May 7. 2

4t<: \ who also arranges for Lawrence of many historical events. its size is its beautiful con- Written examinations may be re Aviation Electronics Technician
Welk. Besides doing some of his .
)" tours, which throw off a circleof quired. third class H. D. Sterling and
I, own vocals, Buddy features Len- Mrs. Stella A. Sterling a: ,
: ACCORDING to an inscription shadows. At the base it is Positions available are: short-
1: ,;s'f" nie Malley and Frank Maher. on a plaque at the base of about 20 feet in circumference. hand reporter, GS-6 (male or fe- weighing 5 Ibs., 15-/4 ozs., on
!, This all adds to an evening of .
up 7.Technical
y, the oak, it was underneath its Surprisingly, few people male) for the NAS Legal office, May
jj, i: .. first class entertainment. branches that Pedro Menendez, know of this scenic oak. But of Pensacola; contemplated vacancyin Sergeant John Henry

founder of St. Augustine, Fla., late, it has become a camera the position of Clerk-Typist, Scanlon, USMC, and Mrs. Beverly -
11: with Ucita chief of Public Works J. Scanlon, a son, weighing 7
Weekend Warrior parleyed man's delight for those who GS-3, within the
w Ibs., 6-'4 ozs., on May 8.
Indian tribe. in the
the Timuquan have visited the spot. Shadowsand Department; and vacancy .

',: I Civic At this site, too, General contour of the tree produce position of Aircraft Inspector
To Star In
Seaman William C. and Mrs.
1 head- within the
Oglethorpe interesting camera studies in (General), GS-11,
quarters during his campaign both black and whiff and color Overhaul and Repair Depart- Dorothy F. Burns, a daughter,

f: :: Ballet May 26 film. ment. 9.weighing 8 Ibs., 9.'i ozs., on May -

3:. ;M-' Nolan Dingman, AA, who is a Local Units, Eye Betty Oldenburg Is May Queen Chief Metalsmith Robert D.

(; member of the Naval Air Re- and Mrs. Kathleen Helget, a

ff Jk". serve Training Unit and attached'I Jax PremiereOf Annual Coronation Of Statue Of daughter, weighing 6 Ibs., 10 ozs.,
: ftj', to VF-174, has the leading male on May 9. -

". iv.: >. role in "Swan Lake" and "An 'Skirts I Ensign Cecil J. and Mrs. Theo-

."? (,; ., American In Paris" Ballet to be' Ahoy7 i Blessed Virgin Sunday At 1600The dosia S. Kempf, a son, weighing

?-* presented by the Jacksonville Waves from the Jacksonville 8 lbs., 5 ozs., on May 9.

V,_ Civic Ballet Company May 26 at Naval Air Station and various annual Coronation of the val Station. Chief Aviation Ordnanceman
"3 .. statue of the Blessed Virgin will William R. and Mrs. Ura M.
the George Washington Audi- other units will highlight the .
f'1 torium. Jacksonville premiere of ''"SkirtsAhoy" be held in St. Edward's Chapel Th'e ceremony will conclude Creel, a daughter, weighing 7 lbs. ... .
.. this coming Sunday afternoon at 9-a' May 10.
p '- '. which will appear at the with solemn benediction of the ozs., on
Y << 1600. The ceremony is being Chief Aviation Machinist Mate
Florida Theatre Thursday night,
v"Y Blessed Sacrement, Father JohnJ
May 29."Skirts. jointly sponsored by the Ladies'Sodality and Mrs. Bonnie D. Vlasek, a
Burns, NAS Catholic Chaplain
Ahoy", a motion pic- and the Fighting Sixty- officiating. An invitation is extended daughter, weighing 7 lbs, 9 ozs.,

ture depicting the lives of three Ninth of the Chapel. to all to attend. on May 10.
Waves from recruit training May Queen for the occasion *

j I throughout their Naval career, will be Betty Oldenburg, PN3, of After the Coronation at 1700, Aviation Electrician's Mate
will be
stars Esther Williams, Vivian NATTC, who was chosen for the a covered dish picnic second class William D. and Mrs.

Elaine and Joan Evans. position by members of the held behind the chapel. Geneva J. Wilkinson, a son,

, her for the 6 lbs. 13-i! ......
i Tentative plans are underway Chapel. Escorting weighing ozs., on

'for a drill section composed of event will be Nellie Owens and May 10.Aviation.

4 i as 36. Waves, wearing their dress white Joan Carpenter, May Queens of Electrician's Mate "'

uniform, in platoon formation to the past two years, and Waves third class John R. and Mrs. Barbara -

j L- march from Hemming Park to from NAS and NATTC who be- A. Brownlee, Jr., a daughter,

: .. the theatre singing various songs long to St. Edward's Chapel. "' \ weighing 6 lbs, 7 ozs., on May -

..;. Nolan Dingman typical of the Navy Wave en- \ ,, 'W.,', ', '4 tJt. 10.
route. Crown bearer for the ceremony ';t j \ Lieutenant John and Mrs. JeanH. ;.
three 'v
for the
past t
.. .$> '. : Dingman scholarships to New Immediately upon reaching the will be Kathleen Coughlin, whose ,; t ," il' ,'> 1%! Losure, a daughter, weighing i'i'I "
years won ( .
1' \ 8 I lbs., 10 ozs., on May 12. .<
approximately fifty mother, Mrs. Mary Coughlin, is \ :
theatre \
'::' York City, where he has had ad- '\ J1'i: Wf. htl r
vance training with 22 of theWorld's Waves will proceed to the stage chairman for the Coronation. { >. '& ,. M Quartermaster first class Henry
choral med- and the child- l 1 md Mrs. Nellouise Christie, a
in Sanctuary Boys
ballet dancers. and participate a .
He has greatest appeared many times ley of Wave song favorites. ren of the Chapel will march in \"t:> L on; weighing 6 Ibs., 7-li ozs., on

for local engagements. Just recently Among the selections will be the the procession during singing of Way 13.Lieutenant". .\
he appeared with the Civic combined "Waves of The Navy"and the traditional hymns, "On This Charles C. and Mrs. ;-
benefit "Anchors Aweigh". Day O Beautiful Mother," 'Tis Dorothy B. Brady, Jr., a son, :
r that Company held at the a Jewish Shirley Mae Sinko, PN1, from The Month Of Our Mother", and weighing 2 Ibs., 8 ozs., on May 13.* ,,
I was
he the Navy Recruiting Office In "Bring Flowers of the Fairest". \ .L : Seaman George 0. and Mrs.
Last February per-
lau't Renownedi Jacksonville, will act as mistress' Preaching the ermon- will be :, ? fcrnadell M. Anderson, a daughter ,.

I with Wells the Ballet Company of ceremonies prior to curtain Father Bernard L. Hickey, Catholic ._.u_..."P. ,:. weighing 6 Ibs., 12 ozs., on i

Beach. time. Chaplain of Green Cove Na- tt-t1 Oldenburg I Way 14. r. '



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Waves Still

Looking For


City VictoryStill +otv.

looking for their first

win in Girl's City Softball League .

play the NAS Waves intensi-

fied their practice sessions with

pitcher Kay Shorb now handlingthe

coaching duties.
With _. John Charvat!
The local lassies suffered another -

It was interesting to note last week sports release from two of defeat at the hands of Mc-

the top service elevens in the country, Parris Island and Fort Jackson Michael's Sundries last week, 13.

the latter runners-up for the mythical national service football 4, as the winners pounded Ruth ...

crown last year. Richardson and Shorb for 16

Fort Jackson revealed that its Golden Arrows will play the } .:
+ +
hits.A Z 4
Philadelphia Eagles, National Professional Football champions in six run flurry in the secondwas

1948 and 1949, in an exhibition game in Philadelphia, Sept. 20. The all McMichael needed as the

Arrows open their 1952 schedule against the Jax Fliers, Sept. 13, at Wave's bats were helpless

home.The against the offerings of Louise
release from Parris Island stated that the highly touted Smith, who fanned six.

Marine gridders will meet a formidable college foe in Villanova The powerful R. H. Hall entry

when the two squads collide on the Villanova field, Oct. 31. from St. Petersburg, runner- ----.-.-----

Fort Jackson Powerful up last year for the state crown,
BATTERY CONFAB-Jax Navy Waves' battery mates takes
When you can produce talent to meet professional championsand bowled over the Waves, 17-3, at time out for a discussion before game time. Catcher Eva Buen-
national contending college contingents, then service footballis Lackawanna in an exhibition tilt I ger (left) and hurler Ruth Richardson will form the battery for I

approaching the day when the home club will have to guaranteea last Saturday that saw nine the Waves in their City League encounter Friday night under the
lights at Glen Alyra against Springfield Park.
certain gate and a concessions percentage in order to schedule Waves struck out in five innings. I _. ..

these foes. Wonder if Vassar has a open date this year? Wednesday night the Waves

Glancing at the Fort Jackson roster briefly we find that Jackson met Massey, for the first timein i NAS Intramural Diamond

:will be missing some of its front line performers this season including a league tilt, although they

Jack Stroud, Tennessee, Eula "Red" Jenkins, last year's had previously engaged in a I

captain, Butch Avinger, Alabama, Merle Leisher, George Washington practice session, but a score was I Plans

and Hugh Pepper, Holmes Jr. College, and four defensive line not available at press time. I Undergo Revision
starters who have moved to Camp Atterbury, Ind., with the 31st Springfield Park will face the

Division. Waves Friday night at Glen A revision of NAS intramural I

However, don't disparge the Arrows for some experienced "re Myra under the lights in the sec- softball plans early this week pital diamond for the American

cruits" will be on hand to take their place. Doug Dedeaux, Ole Miss; ond game of a twin bill. came as a welcome surprise to league championship.

,r Bill Pierce, Pittsburgh; Mike Kerwin, Villanova; Tome Lee, Tulane; teams buried deep in the cellarof I Remaining make-up games will

Fred Bergachaii, South Carolina and Harry Deloach, Green Bay Varsity Regains the two league competition as I be played since results will have

Packers, are just a few of the "rookies" in the Jackson camp.PI it was announced that play wouldbe bearings on Iron Man Trophy

Nine Good divided into round-robin play points.
Softball LeadIn Meeting
And speaking of Parris Island it would almost be a cardinal sin and' a winner crowned at the TodayA
meeting will be held this
to neglect mentioning the PI baseball team when talking of service completion of each.
afternoon at 1330 at Special Ser
sports.In. City CircuitJax Action was taken following the
vices office Building 930 to
their first 21 outings the Islanders had fallen victim only disbanding of several teams in
Navy's varsity softball play in the second round
twice as they faced the toughest; of college and service opponents.PI each league, with new nines en-
nine moved into first place in the and all teams planning to con
is already well on its way to the East Coast title which evaded tering the fray having to main
Men's City Softball League Tuesday their tinue play are urged: to Attend.
them by a single game last season. tain the losing records of
when they defeated McDuff Schedules will be drawn Friday
Surprisingly the team that annexed the Coast crown last year predecessors.
Hardware, 5-3, behind the three and distributed Monday with
was the Camp Lejeune Marines, but in their first series with the Because of this confusion Special
hit pitching of Al Gonyea. action slated to begin Tuesdayand
Parris Island nine in April the champs bowed 13-3, 8-0. Services has divided play
Stewart Earlier the locals had defeated into individual rounds with the Wednesday for both leagues.
Impressive Relaford's, 11-1 to climb within Team managers must pick up
winners vying at the completionof
As a matter of comparison, the Jax Fliers met Lejeune in a two schedules
percentage points of the top activities for final Building 939(
Field defeated 6-1 43. It will summer
game series on Mason anal were Monday afternoon. Failure
occupied by CWA and to
in Iron Man Trophy
of the for the local rung standings the
probably be one of the longest afternoons 'season show for following'league
athletes when they visit the Islanders June 23 for the first of two when the leaders were topped 1- chase. There is a strong pos games
will not be
0 by Cecil Field Tuesday, the sibility that more than two an excuse for post
games.It ponement.In .
is impossible, however, to place the Fliers and PI on the 'I sion.Fliers gained undisputed posses rounds will be staged. Monday's play last week

same level. A look at rosters proves this. Take, for instance, the Fasron 109 Topples ComFairJax nudged HAW-l 20-

pitching staffs. Heading the list of Marine hurlers is John Stewart, Gonyea and Woodrow Perry Fasron 109 bowed twice last 18; VP-861 slugged VF-174 23-

formerly with the Tulsa Oilers of the Texas League, who faced teamed to hurl no-hit ball for week, 5-4 to Fasron Six and 5-0 13 VF-171 7-0 victor,
; was a
the Fliers in the 11-1 conquest of to VP-861, and as a result lost over
only 32 men in his stint against Lejeune and allowed only one run VA-175 VJ-2 shellacked FaeTu-
I Relaford's, Perry was forced out its leadership in the American
far second
ner as as Lant, 25-8; VP-5 notched 9-' ..
of action in the fourth after fanning division, the two upset winners a
.. Stewart threw 109 pitches in nine innings and of this total only verdict from VF-173 and
38 were balls. The big right hander has plenty of control and speed, I 10 of 12 men to face him. moving into a tie for first place.In Six upset Fasron 109, 5-4.

reports PI, and can break his curve with the ease of a hot knife Score Twice the National circuit Hospital Commissary Wins
butter. Navy jumped on starter Mans and NARTU met Wednesdayfor
through I Commissary downed
Navy's mound list shows Gordon Lassila atop with a 5-0 mark. field for two runs in the first as the first round title, but results 11-6, Tuesday and the Supply
I only
Lassila is no Bob Feller with a fast ball nor does he throw a duece Bradley Tredinnick and Matt were not available at press team to
report results for
like Sal Maglie, but still the big fellow gets the ball over the plate Fedak scored on a pair of Rela- time. VP-861 and Fasron Six will days of action in the National two

-.. against City League foes and has a fine competitive heart.It ford! errors.. Single Flier runs play Friday at 1530 on the IIosPisfolmen league. Failure to report scores

will be interesting to watch the PI series at home, July 10-11, in the second and third moved has been a sore spot all season in

and if the local orchard isn't jammed for this one, then station personnel the; count to 4-0. Gain Honors intramural play and will not ba

f will be missing the treat of the season. I A pair of walks and an error Al Gainesville Shoot tolerated in the second round.
, .J Maglie Invincible gave the losers their only run
Thursday VP-861 blanked Fas
, The Philadelphia Phillies have never defeated Sal Maglie and I in the fifth and in the Flier half, Every member of the Jax ron 109, 5-0; VJ-2 upset Com-

the Boston Braves are the only club with the edge over the invincible timely hitting combined with Navy pistol team won individual FairJax, 149; VP-5 found little

t New York righthander. I wild throwing to give the locals honors in the pistol match trouble in disposing of VF-171

Maglie's record shows 13-1 over Pittsburgh, 10-3 over Brooklyn, I five runs to end the fray, 111. held in Gainesville last Sunday, 20-4; FaeTuLant was a 7-0 win

9-0 over Philadelphia, 8-3 over Cincinnati, 5-2 over St. Louis, 3-1 Pickett Gets Three with the team also capturing the ner over VA-175 and scores were
four with Boston. Pickett paced the nine hit attack first place team trophy.
i' Over; Chicago and down by three to not available on the VF-174-
A year ago, when he compiled a 23-6 record, Maglie went this ; with a trio of singles as John Lucas blasted into first HAW-1 and VF-173-Fasron Six I

P way: Pittsburgh 5-0, Brooklyn 5-1, Cincinnati 4-0, Philadelphia' 3-0, there were no extra base blows place in the master class witha games.

k-.' Boston 3-2, St. Louis 2-2 and Chicago 1-1. struck. 566 out of a possible 600 followed All of
McDuff give the Fliers a short teammate Allan Johns games were
Hopkins with Boots Hawkins and scare Monday night before they postponed due to the Charity
with 560.Second .
Two Ball Foursome Marge Gardner as runners-up. fell to the locals, 5-3, only seven a honors Carnival, but will be replayedthis
Captain Rice presented golf hits garnered by both clubs afternoon on ,the diamonds:
Jim while JesseB
went to
, Winners Revealed balls as prizes to the winners of through the seven inning thriller. Ian ton made off with the indicated by the previous sched
the two ball foursome. First flight Herndon singled for McDuff ule.
" The Officer's Wive's Golf Croup Bill marksman title. AMERICAN: : LEAGUE:
low triumphant were
gross with two in the second
two ball foursome was held last away The team is grooming for the """m W L
and Nancy Barrow while Frank and moved to third on Dekle'sone VH861Fusion 8.
Sunday with winners receiving I Florida State Pistol champion- Six: T i
and Alice Lusk were runners.up.I baser. A Navy bobble! allowed VJ-2 T 2
to be held in Miami June
,. prizes at a dinner at the "O"club Tying for honors In the first I both men to score before ships FurOR lost 6 2
1216th. C mFairJaz 6 3
later. flight low net were Captain and Gonyea retired the next hitteron : 5"

1', Prizes were given for Winter Mrs. Rice and Bill and Alice Hop- three pitches. backed singles with two down to VK-171 HAW-l 3 3 g

4 four-ball play Recipients of the kins. Trailing them were Capt. The Fliers counted five timesin account for three more, Trotter I VF-173 VK-17: 1 2 5 8

awards presented by Capt. Lester Dittmar and Marge Gardner. their half of the third as plating the final Flier counter I FaetuLant" 0 8

Rice of NATTC, were Louie Ging- Long drive for men was coppedby John Adams singled, G 0 n yea when he was safe on an error. ..TrimNAKTU NATIONAL LEAGUE: W: J.

' ,rich and Bobbie Forster as winners Bob Toof while long drive for was safe on a boot and Fedakone Narrowing the margin by* a I 6 0

of the first flight and Har women Caroline McDuff took advantage ofa Hospital ... 6
was won by based, after run, Din(pen wry 4
Watts. Longest putt was made popped, to load the bases. walk, hit batsman and a single I O&l Commissary: 3 3 f
runnersup. by Cosy McIntyre while Phil fee Victory to score their final marker in I Operation 3 I \

Second flight winners receiving Hambsch was nearest 'pin on the Iozzino's walk forced in a run the fourth and the game ended I Photo)\b 3 4

"., trophies were Fran Sims and AlIce 16th green. and Pickett and George Breen that way, 5-3. I O&R FAW-U" 1 2 2:5

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2 May 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven


Fasron Six Takes; -Tom 23 TilE- year SPARK Neely- old, fliers Face Heavy Week ..

Point Lead For Lebanon, Ohio ,

Iron Man TrophyFasron Fliers produileads the Jax battingparade Navy Of City Diamond Activity .

; Six, always a powerhouse with a Jacksonville City League competition dominates the Navy Fliers'
in intramural sports actty-, lusty ,369, as H1F. .baseball slate this week as the locals continue to cement' their holdon

ities, heads the list of competi well as playIng first place with an unblemished record.
almost errorless A 13-1 drubbing of R. C. Motors -
tors for the first leg of the Iron ball at ball for the Fliers for his fourth
last year's City champions,
Man Trophy with points still ,
bas league win,, while his mates club
second Sunday afternoon was the most
pending the completion oJ
on is theproperty bed two R. C. pitchers for.13
Neely recent Fliers victory. Hardage &
,Softball and swimming.
of hits and a 13-1 win.
Currently tied for first place in the Chicago Sons provides the competitionthis Bob Stefanich paced the local

the American League of the intramural Cubs, having .. diam evening nd. on- the Woodstock attack with a triple and two singles '

softball tournament, the played with in four trips while McCaf
and Tuesday the lo-
Fasron Sixers are rated ,one oi Marion, Ohio, cals invade NAAS Sanford for atwogame frey and Jim Coughlin both had
the teams to beat in the playoffs, of the Ohio series and Wednesdaythey'll a brace of safeties.

and should they annex even i ii a State Class B continue the City League Fliers Score EarlyR.

e fourth place would be almost r a League. The 7 schedule with McDuff Hardwareat C. was out in order in the
sure winner of the first leg of the Fliers pace Woodstock. first and in the Flier half Stefanich -

trophy. the City Stffanich Paces Attack singled with two down and

VC-5 trails the Sixers, 1740. League with a hurled two-hit scored on McCaffrey's triple.
John McCaffrey
1210, while FAW-11 is in third a-a. -._-.-..-.-.d-.. Neither side drew blood in the
place as a result of winning the/ second although both had a runner

intramural bowling title with Loop Links nsws3pots ,
1050 points. Both appear to be Neely walked to open the Flier

too far back to catch the leader, third after McCaffrey retiredR.
Race BeginsTo
Current point standings show: C. with little effort. Coughlin

FII*ron Six 1740 singled and Stefanich walked to

FAW-11 VC-5 1050Personnel 1210 TightenBreaking load the bases, and McCaffrey

800 forced at home for the
S NARTU 770 last week's three Neely
O AR 770 first out.
VP-3 710 way tie for first place in the Na
Communications fcKO Bill Schuckers popped to first,
tional in intramural links
Fasron 109 :
but Trippi forced in a run as he
Hospital WK
play, NARTU edged ahead of
ComKalrJax WK;
walked and Zeigler sent another
Special Sen Ice 520:! Hospital by one point while CAG
\'C-62 520VP5 510 17 slid into the fourth slot after AN Students Press SS-lst Lt. across on an error by the R. C.
370 shortstop. Brock grounded to end
Marne: running with the leaders.
Del. 260 Fasron 109 collected six points the inning with only two runs.
Commissary 160. In Center Loop Standingsflying R. C. Narrows CountA
O & U 1GO and now commands third place.It .
Fanron :51 140 looks like a walkaway in the single error and a fielder's
attendance at choice netted the foe their only
American League with NATTC Compulsory
Electricians, 7-1, to bring
Thinclads Point Training leading its closest rival classes of the Universal Code of: the Dispensary to an even .500 in run in the fourth to narrow the

Supply, by 3 Mi points as the 6th Military Justice played havo the percentage column. count to 3-1. However, a seven ..
round of the seven-round match with the NATTC softball scram run explosion in the local's half
To AAU Meet Services-lst Lts., wal
ended. ble last week since the classes iced the verdict.A .
Winners in each league will were given during the normal loped Ships Company ordnancemen pair of walks and a fielder's

At AtlantaJax stage playoffs for intramural game times and the softball hat 21-4 in the final game oi: choice loaded the bases with'one

honors. to be postponed. the week. STANDINGS out in the fourth for the

Navy cindermen are point. FA W-lI-VP-861 is the most improved Special Services-First Lieut TEAM MOK IOSS PCT Fliers and Stefanich drove deepto

ing for AAU recognition in the team in either league, for still leads the horde as the week'i, S. S. 1st U. 11 9 1 1 ..916<.KX1 : center to plate a runner.
AMP) Students
coming meet at Georgia Tech in merly resting solidly in the cellar session closed on Thursday. AE School 8 2 .IUJ Singles by McCaffrey and
24 which will be Aircraft Malnt. 8 4 .t>66 Schuckers accounted for another
Atlanta May of
but now capable giving Falls 9-0 ANP( ) Ships Co. 7 5 .Wi
run as the 5th district championships the leaders 'a real run for the Personnel Medical 5 6 6 6 .454.50C pair and Trippi and Zeigler responded
of the AAU Tourney. money. They will play Hospitalin Monday saw the ANP) Students AO AK Students School 4 6 .4XI with one-basers for two

Working out daily at the new the final round while NARTU trouncing Personnel, 9-0,, Supply Marines 3 3 8 7 ,.TMC Y7r runs before Brock popped for
in the only game of the day. Personnel 2 10 .166 the second out.
week 109ers. These
NATTC track and twice a pairs off with the AO Ships Co. 1 10 .091
at Lackawanna,the team is molding two contests will decide the National It was Aircraft Maintenance + Locals Score Seven

into a tighter unit as the season League winners. climbing over the Medics, 10-3,. NAS Table Tennis Clifford and Neely plated two

progresses.A Supply will go against Marine in the sole Tuesday encounter runs, six and seven, with singles
the normal Tourney May: 28 and Coughlin grounded to secondto
return meet with Eglin Is Air Detachment and NATTC and Wednesday began
scheduled for next week. The Training against Medical in the 3 games a day schedule. Deadline for entries in the NAS end the inning.McCaffrey .
of the AN ping pong tournament has been hit Webster to give
Fliers scuttled the Air Force men final important Special Services trampled
in their initial outing 68'/i-62Mi. week in the junior circuit. (P) Ships Company, 6-1, as the extended a week to Friday, May R. C. a base runner in the fifth,
C. a AMERICAN 1.EAGIK: student ANPers) finished ofl 23, with the initial day of play but the foe failed to count. Navy

49 Tit. AO (SC), 31. In the final game slated for Wednesday, May 28. scored one in their half on Stef-

Starts NATTC Supply Training 45V of the day Personnel stopped the Entries may be filed in the Special inich's single, an error and a
Play I
Mfdlcal-Adm-Nab 41"43v AO Students, 75. Services office, topside in passed ball.
MAD 42 Building 930. Play will be held A double play kept McCaffrey
.. In Annual ComFalrJax VC-5. VJ-2. Fasron 31 2 26'<*" A/C Maintenance Wins for individuals only and compe- nit/ of trouble in the sixth and in

O & R. Public Works, SS 9V4 The second win of the week tition will include singles and the Flier half they closed their
Links Meet NATIONAL 47U went into the books for the A/C doubles. scoring with a pair of runs on

Hospital 109 46VSFaxion 42'Z Maintenance Crew, 6-5, at the Stefanich's> triple and singles by

Competition for the station CAG 17 41 expense of the Suppliers. Medic Coughlin and Brock.
golf tournament got under way NATTC Kasron 6 Adm. 32 32 bats counted their 6th win Thursday Swimmers To Vie .

Saturday with play divided into FAW-11. VP-861 29V$ when they dropped the high
Operations Public Works 16'y .
Scott Gains
four flights according to qualifying In Mainside Tank

scores. Low handicap links.n'n .f..lv!!,,.., ,.
,. II the championshipflight wi : '. t links.SemiFinals
:! go into Meet 28thWith City
.. May
and the others are fitted ... : '
into one of the other three. s' j
points going for the Iron .
In the championship flight Doc I the 1952 NAS Intra-
I Man Trophy, I station'sop
Erwin Scott, one of the
bested Jim Livingstone
Clayton mural Swimming Meet will be
halted aspiringLes t' are : golfers and a member of the
2-1; Jim Gray <, held at the Mainside Pool, May
Leschak 3.2 Gene Towry local Fliers foursome, advanced
28, with seven events offered.A .
set Jud Pearson back, 4-3, in an to: the semi-final round of the
while Morrison had meeting will be held Friday, City' Amateur Championship last

upset little trouble Jerry tumbling Mel I 4, )s x > clcSl _v ION May 23, 1000 in Building 930, at Sunday with a convincing 6-5

which time plans will be dis- win over Ralph Ghioto, Jr.
i Hirsch, 4-3.
cussed for the meet. All welfare After making the turn holding

First flight competition saw .,. and recreation directors are a four-up advantage over young +
John Adams pitted against Bill urged to attend the meeting. 3hioto, Scott had easy sailing
Chase Chase bowing, 4-3, and
f' Competition will be held in the hereafter, winning the match
Guido Ruscetta beating Ray -
-,;, 50-meter freestyle; 50-meter with a bogie four on the 182-yard
Wood 32.Morgan .
50-meter back '
I. breast stroke; 'ourteenth.
Driscol defeated Bob stroke; 100-meter freestyle; 300- Scott will meet Vernon Ray, a

Hunter, 4-3, in second flight pair- meter individual medley (breast, 5 i and 3 victor over Ralph Sherman -

ings while Charles Lyons stop- back, free); 400-meter ,relay in the quarter finals, while

ped Ken Pennell, 3-2, and Gus (four man free style) and fancy Dan Sikes and Ned Searcy pair

Guzman won by default from diving. off in the other semi-final en.

Capt. Easton Noble. All NAS pools are open for counter

Picking up his*first win in the :{...v. workouts, although none may be Sikes, University of Florida

.. third frig;!:fs campaign Ed reserved for team training. student and a winner of two major -
; > : .
; '/ : .
Newell stopped Ceve Coward, .....v.,; : "'- _f ,. ,--" -.. _._- .......---. Special Services is anxious to obtain Florida links tournaments "'
3-2, Capt. Charles Dittmar edg- MARK Lifeguard Mike Norman Is ready to time a large turn out for the his year, defeated Fred Mann one
ed Dave Mosier, 6-4, and Robbie Bill McNamara, another lifeguard, who is in training for the big meet as they plan to make it an jp in the outstanding match
Robinson' had to go extra holes intramural swimming meet Wednesday May 2 ...Points will be annual event in Iron Man com Sunday Searcy downed George
to defeat Mike Clark 1-up at 20 awarded for the Iron Man Trophy at completion of the- meet, petition. lays 5 and 4.
holes. Moe Atkinson drew a bye. which is expected to be an annual event.


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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 22 May


mmma Charity CarnivalContinued + BREEZES + "-

( from Page 1) A Jaxon walked Into, a New

York bar and saw recent
and a cus-
gates both afternoon evening.
(Items offering for sale articlesof tomer stretched out on the floor.
"The splendid cooperative spiritof
property such as washing ma "Give me one of the same," h.
the organizationsand
chines, automobiles, furniture, radios told the bartender, pointing to
officials, and the business men
clothing, and the like are the victim.
Jacksonville contributed
of greatly
prohibited by Defense Depart-
to the outstanding success of
ment regulations. This column The motorist had been work
the Carnival, it was pointed out
will, however, list such services l t'i ing on his broken-down old carwhile
civilian administrative
by Theodore Fritch,
as available.housing, rides wanted a farmer stood watching
head and assistant to
.4lost and found articles, and the carnival chairman. him. "Well, what're you looking .

other similar notices.) at?" snapped the irritated motor;

.. FOR RENT "Both civilian and military per- ist.: "Is this the first automobileyou
sonnel, who donated their time
. Furn. 3rm. apt. $75 per mo. 2727 4 ever saw?"
and talent generously merit Individual -
Oak St. Mrs. R. F. Evans. Ph, "No, I don't think so," replied
recognition, declared
21397. the farmer dryly; "but it sure
Earl '. "Inasmuch as that
Furn. 2-bdrm. house. 1949 Georgia Capt. ) L1 "- looks a lot like it."

St. See Mrs. Evans. is impossible their reward may be PROMOTION CEREMONY morning I quarters last Friday, t .
the of the Carnival, the .
Furn. 3-rm. apt. Murray Hill., Lt. Marvin ,R. DeMille\ NAS photographic officer, was presentedwith .,

Mrs. Ballentine. Ph. 81760. I large worthwhile proceeds charities which, the will knowledge go to oversized set of railroad tracks by members of his divisionin Child Care Film

Furn. 4-rm. apt. 204 River Blvd. I recognition of his promotion to full lieutenant. In the packagehe .
that their efforts will aid
Orange Pic. Mr. W. P. Johnson, so is holding are the regulation size bars, shoulder boards and a Series At EndYesterday's

Ph. 112-8-3041. many needy, and realization of the necktie. Charles Miller, AFC, (back to camera), leading chief of

Furn. 6-rm. house. $95 per mo. great good they have done." _thedivision, made the presentation. film on child care'
and training at the Naval Hospital
The Carnival for Charity was
June 5 to Aug. 15. 4355 St.
was the final offering for
definitely 4.0.
Johns Ave. Dave Brown. Ph. Shavuoth Service
887253. He Turned In the summer months.

Furn. 3-rm apt. 2636 Myra St. To'Select Rating Set For Personnel With the Film Library closingat

Mrs. Cowart, Ph. 7-8516. (Continued from Page 1)) Sticker Anyway! the State Board of Health, the

Furn. 4-rm. apt. 1938 Perry St. The Civil Service Commission, "If a vehicle is sold or disposed films will not be available again
Of Jewish Faith
Mrs. Bran. Ph. 2-6523. as stated in Memorandum No. of in any way, the station until the fall. This program has 1\\

Furn. 5-rm. apt., 360 Dellwood. 68-52, granted the station authority Religious services will be heldin tag or sticker must be met an excellent response from
369 Dellwood. Mrs. Hil- in to the Pass and ID parents who are interested in
Apply to reduce the number of all Jewish houses of worshipin turned
gaining a better understanding of
ton. Performance Rating Boards of Jacksonville during the festIval office immediately.
Furn. 4-rm. house. $80 per mo. Review from seven to four. The of Shavuoth which begins at This Is one of the rules con. the chili growing up in the present
6250 Farms Blvd. W. I tained in traffic troubled world; his physicaland
Ortega regulations
four Boards to li>e establishedand sundown Thursday, May 29.
C. Willard. Ph. 27595. I employees they shall represent In the Orthodox and Conservative aboard the station, and had one mental health.

Furn. 3-rm. apt. ,$80 per mo. motorist worried. Many requests have come in
includes: Group IVb, employees congregations the holiday is
4530'Marquette St. R. G. Sullivan ; in Group IVa positionsin observed until sundown, May 31 Rowland Delfox, RM2, of that the program be resumed; after .

Ph. ext. 506. all departments at NAS Jack and the Reform congregations, Fleet Air Wing Eleven, wrecked the holiday season. If this i it WI

Furn. two apts. Southside and o sonville. until sundown, May 30. Confirm his car. After making a possible, announcement will be

downtown. $63 per mo. Mrs. ation services will be held at the conscientious effort to remove made through the Jax Air News.

Lindquist. Ph. 5-8079. Group II and III Overhaul and Temple, St. John's Avenue and the sticker from the wind .

Furn. 4-rm. apt. Jax Beach. *i Repair Department; and a GroupII Mallory Street, on Thursday, shield following the accident, Civilian CafeteriaWeekly

blk. from ocean Mrs. Duval. and III Board which will represent May 29 at 2000 and at the Jewish he solved his problem.He i

Ph. 25986.Roomssingle. all Group II and III employees Center Synagogue, .3rd and Silo removed the portion of

& dbl. 2601 Park in other departments of ver Streets, on Friday, May 30 glass where the sticker was MenuAs

St. Mrs. S. R. Houston.. Ph. 8- NAS other than Overhaul and at 2000. displayed and brought the
feature the Jax
a ,
2770. whole works to the ID office
Repair department.In The Jewish congregations in ,
Air News will publish the menu
Single rm. kit. priv. 2804 WallerSt. Jacksonville follows Con- according to Chief Albert Ek
accordance with'the Fed- are as :
Cafeteria. Hereis
for the Civilian
Mrs. S. A. Penholster. Ph. Ahavath Chesed St. ard, ADC, of Security.
gregation ,
eral Personnel Manual and
the menu for May 26 thru May
2-7687. NCPI, names of persons servingon John's Ave. and Mallory St., telephone Which goes to show, that 30.

Furn. Single rm. Mrs. Webb.: Ph. the Election Committee have 8-2673, Rabbi Sidney M. although Delfox's case is a bit Monday

22705. unusual he did adhere to the
Lefkowitz; Jewish Center Synagogue
been made known to employeeswho Canadian bacon & fresh cab.
Furn. Single rm. Ortega. Mrs. traffic regulations, since it is
3rd and Silver Sts. telephone

must be given a period of bage, hot roast beef sandwich &
Johnson. Ph. 88-8037. 6-1504 Rabbi Sanders A. advised that excuses are no
time to to of the ,
Unfurn. 6-rm 2 baths. 3694 any per- mash potatoes, meat sauce and
apt. longer acceptable returning
sons named to serve on the Com- Tofield; Congregation Etz Hayim, spaghetti. Vegetables include
St. Johns Ave. Avondale. Mrs. 33 W. Sixth St. 4-9864 stickers.
mittee. telephone black
mash potatoes, rice, eyed
Lewis. Ph. 28587. Rabbi Reuven Fischer. However, the Yard Office
Navy couple will share 4 rm. advises that the sticker and peas, okra and assorted fruit and
Any objections must be filedin vegetable salads bean
house. 3355 Garby St. Edge- She'd never make a sweater not the windshield is requiredand soup.
writing, stating reasons for Desserts feature egg custard co- "
wood. Mrs. A. W. McGlingock. girl, that Delfox's example
objections with the Regional Director coanut cream pie, chocolate cake.
Ph. 84871.
Poor Theadora Twitch
not become general practice -
Fifth U. S. Civil Service i Cloverleaf rolls, corn bread, milk,
Widow will share home with
for all a sweater does for her, .
Region, Atlanta, Ga. The period coffee and iced beverages conclude .
Mrs. Moore. Ph. 74255.
Is merely make her itch!!
of time for to
employees object the menu.
Furn. Bath. $10
Single rm. per
wk. Ph. 2-0850. the memorandum pointed out Religious Leaders Hear Message I Tuesday
was from May 19 through May Roast beet & dressing, meat
23. loaf & Creole spaghetti, ham cro .
3-bdrm. house. kit. equip. gar. of Serviceman's Moral
4641 Ulmer Ave. Timuquana. Persons named for the Election Responsibility quettes & cream sauce. Vegetablesoup

Committee James M. brown potatoes steamed
$8,950.: FHA financed. T. J. Fen- were: Eng
tress. Ph. 8-5231 or ext 619. lish Supply and Fiscal; J. Frank Welfare Also Community's ProblemSharing cabbage, rice, macaroni & cheese,

Nettles, Public Works; DonaldA. assorted fruit & vegetable salads.
2-bdrm. house. 4212 AttleboroSt.
Scott, Overhaul and Repair; the responsibility for Applie pie, egg custard, banana
Chamberlain. the work the
Murray Hill. Mrs. I Qf uniting to end
the moral and welfareof
Zaven Kevorkian, Overhaul and spiritual that and cream pie, cocoanut cake, clover-
Ph. 8-9642. men women entering
I present and future service leaf rolls cornbread milk coffee .
4-bdrm. 2-story house. Avondale. Repair; and Paul Longstreet, military service may be better ,
Public Works. personnel was the challenge presented and iced beverages.
$13,952. Lt. Gibbs. Ph. 2-4284. to 12 Jacksonville relig- prepared for their new responsi

3-bdrm. house. GI financed ious leaders who in all- bilities. Wednesday
After the of the met an
expiration Turkey dressing, Swiss steak 5e
4712 Blount Ave. James E.
period mentioned above the day conference last Wednesdaywith Appearing on the program, tomato sauce, haddock & tartar
Bratton. Ph. ext. 686.
30' Spartanette 1950 Model Trailer. Committee will be officially appointed station.Naval chaplains aboard the along with chaplains of NAS, sauce. Mash potatoes, squash,

$3,685. Stokes Trailer Pk. by the Commanding Officer FleetAirJax, NATTCenter and fried eggplant, rice, split pea
Speaking for the Navy, Capt.
with no objections having and assorted fruit &
Phillips Hwy. Mrs. Feitz. the Naval Hospital, was Capt.A. soup vege
Charles A. Dittmar station
Lightweight med. sized, 2 wheel been interposed and employeeswill sen O. Martin, chaplain.-Sixth Na table salads. Apple pie, egg custard
ior said the could
trailer. Ens. Wallace. Ph. ext. be advised of the period of not chaplain do wonders., "We Navy must build .val District, Charleston, S. C. butterscotch pie, rice pudding

time for nomination of candi- cloverleaf rolls corn bread,
546 2-0787.
or dates and of the actual election upon the foundations laid by the I milk, coffee and iced beverages.
MISCELLANEOUS local communities' churches, Attending as guests of the '
Found-Men's Elgin wrist watch, schools and homes," he added. I chaplains were Chas. P. Capers, Thursday t
This in the interest of
on May 2, in men's head at year The work of service chaplains camp welfare worker with the Baked ham & cabbage, chicken

Mainside Gym. Loser contact economy and in accordance with he went on to say, no longer is First Church' Chrfst, Scientist, & dumplings, beef piefamilystyle.

Ray J. Higgins, Mainside Gym. the Department of Navy's desire an independent function, but a Boston; Rev. Robt. D. Chambless, French fried onions, col- R

Ph. ext. 585. the elections for Performance part of the overall command.The St. Nicholas Park Christian lard greens, rice- potatoes, vegetable -

Wanted to swap billets. Any AN, Rating Boards of Review, command is now charged Church; Rev. Charles Benz, Lake- soup, assorted fruit & veg.etable

in Jax squadron. James RockJr. Shop Committees and Employees with the responsibility of pre wood Presbyterian Church; Rev.H. salads. Apple pie, egg custard

., AN. USS Wright, V-3 Division Association will be held serving moral standards, and the C. Steele, Edgewood Ave. chocolate cream pie, devil

simultaneously.By Christian Church Rev. Fr. T. J. food cake, cloverleaf rolls, cornbread .
+ i FPO, New York, N. Y. chaplains must serve under that ;

r Will exchange duty with anyoneat estimates based on Old Testament command while developing Farrelly St. Paul's Catholic milk, coffee, and Iced bev .<

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