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 29, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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1 Honor Our Dead, Don't Join Them, Over'Theee1cend

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'f Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville. Commander Naval Air bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11 i''


Holiday Friday : Cecil Field To Be !

t CeremoniesOutlined vY1IIlj jirT

i .. ForMemorial e N .: Separate NAS r

Transfers From Auxiliary !"

Day Status After July 1 {1,

A traditional 21-gun salute Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field will be commissioned J

from the station's battery of as a separate Naval Air Station on or about July; wi

sq twin i three-inch guns will 1, it was revealed this week. j' ".
Naval Air Station Jacksonvillewill .J
highlight brief ceremonies -
.r struction was planned at that }
Air'Sta- continue as a maintenance:
the Naval
time to convert it to a master jet 'c;
tion joins the rest of the nation and logistic support unit under: base with elongated runways to; '
in observance of Memorial the new setup, while Cecil Field accommodate the latest'type jet
Day. will be the base for main fleet planes. {
operations in this area. I
Manned by a Navy gun crew
Other Construction
I from Ordnance and the Inactivated Twice t
.I Gunnery, The history of Cecil Field has Bids have already been received 1,
station will fire the
gun battery t fora steel-constructed han- j(
salute at one-minute intervals been one of ups and downs. Orig- ,
inally established Feb. 1943 as an gar, 302 by 261 feet, comprising fan it
1200. Colors will be
beginning at
auxiliary field, its future was un- overall total of 86,700 square i
at half-mast from 0800 until the
feet, including a number of ad.
the In
final shot is fired. HEADED AROUND TilE HORN-Headed: for a 15.000-mile certaid-at-the end'"of war
trip "around the horn" are these men of Fighter Squadron 11 1945. jacent shops. When complete, the 4
Memorial Day has been declared who departed last Saturday morning: aboard one of the Navy's The base was inactivated in hangar will accommodate about
a legal holiday for military huge RSD's. The crew will board the.USS Oriskany in Norfolk, June 1930, but before complete 100 planes, bringing Cecil one
and civilian personnel. All Va. Pilots of the squadron will fly aboard the giant carrier as she inactivation could be brought step closer to its intended mis-

hands 'will have Friday off, except nears the Jacksonville aru.Charter. about, the outbreak of fighting in sion as the main fleet operating \
for duty sections and necessary unit in this area. )
I I Korea radically altered the situation
maintenance personnel ranted with the result that on At the present time, it is re- [
A special mass offered for repose Aug. 1, 1950, Cecil Field was ported, no further construction is !f
i of the souls of the fighting : again fully activated. New con- contemplated following the han- I
: men who have given their lives : gar contract. But visualized for
for their country will be held at'I' For Credit Union I Ferry ServiceDiscontinued the future, dependent upon funds ())
0800 in St. Edward's chapel which must be authorized by f
1\ Father John J Burns will con A charter to establish a Federal Credit Union has been I Congress, is a complete naval air
duct the service. granted here and will operate under the name of Jax Navy station with its own satellite >
II Federal Credit Union, it was announced yesterday. I As Of June 30 fields for training and practice '

Charter Members will partici purposes, increased civilian per- f
the application, the initiation fee service between NAS
'a. Hail Arrival pate in the election of the var- Ferry sonnel and all necessary facilities f
for a joint acount being 50 cents. Jacksonville and Bolles School >
ious Directors and Committeesfor and structures.
4% DividendAs Dock will be discontinued as I .
the Credit Union during the 'jI
This Week Of t
of June 30.
matter of information,
initial organization, one vote being I

Station Band permitted each member regardless the. average dividend paid on i The and permit the between school authorizing the station Set Schedule t;

of the number of shares shares in Credit Unions has been : the of S
use by government
i .. First official Navy band to be purchased.Date, time. and place of the approximately 4% per annum. ; the boat dock at the school for For Weekend t

j attached to the Naval Air Station called for the election In addition to receiving divi- ferry landings will terminateat
meeting to be -
I since 1950 has arrived. of the various officers to dends on their investments in : that time. Liberty BusesDue

; '-. The new band is now operating operate the Credit Union will be Credit Unions, members have the I The civilian operator of the

with a full schedule of morningand announced at a later date. opportunity of borrowing at aI I ferry cannot obtain permissionfrom to the bus strike, station
afternoon rehearsals in prep- Qualifications Listed small interest charge, the max the school to use the buses will furnish transportationfrom
dock it is pointed out, and so
) aration for future appearances at 'To become a Charter memberall imum allowed by law being only far has, been unable to the Main Gate to the corner t!

dances, concerts and routine du that is required is the purchase 1% per month on the unpaid bal tiate for a ferry landing nego on of Clay and Adams Streets in l
ties. ance. Jacksonville, this week-end for
of a share in the Jax Navy the south side.
I Known As Unit 191 Federal Credit Union. Upon the The Jax Navy Federal Credit Unless another landing liberty parties.

I Known as Unit 191, the band purchase of the first share thereis Union will operate under the point can be arranged, he will Buses will operate in accord-
t is: composed mostly of rated musicians a charge of 25 cents as an initiation Federal Credit Union Bureau of discontinue the ferry service ance with the following sched- I
I led by Navy Chief John fee bringing the cost of the Federal Security Agency. of the Navy ule: j
W. Charlesworth, Jr. At present I the first share to $5.25; additional Under this control, periodic reports permit.If upon Thursday, May 29, 1700.2000-

.. only 15 of the authorized 19 shares costing only $5.00 each. and audits are requiredand another point of landingis NAS to Jacksonville; 2200-0100 :
bandsmen have arrived, but the Persons desiring to have a made by the Federal Credit arranged, personnel will be Jacksonville to NAS. ,
others are expected shortly. joint account may do so by com- Union Examiners of this Bureau'l advised. Friday, May 30, 1230.1430-NAS i

Charlesworth, a native 1 of pleting the appropriate section of (Please Turn to rage 8, 2)) to Jacksonville; 2200-0100-Jsck-
i Bridgeton, N. J., got his early sonville to NAS. "
\ indoctrination in band techniques qty ,R > Mvw ae Lse e.Kr.>+M Saturday, May 31, 0600-0800 t

j while playing in his high u's Jacksonville to NAS; 1230.1430-
i school and local units. In 1937 he NAS to Jacksonville; 2200-0101) t
was a member of the first grad- Jacksonville to NAS.

uating class of the Navy School Sunday, June 1, 1230.1-130-
of Music, and a member of NAS to Jacksonville; 2000.2 00- "
Band Unit No. 4, '!rme of the first Jacksonville to NAS.

such units in the Navy. Monday, June 2, from O."i3t:

; if1"'. Charlesworth Conducts &4 through 0730, buses will operate

;i Stationed at NAS Jax from, from Jacksonville to the Naval ,

.\ 1941 to 1944, Charlesworth, with: Air Station. !
I 14 others, was recommended' for
chief by Comdr. Fred H. Cage, Weather Outlook
-'j who was then Yard Officer. Of

the 15, 11 were rated. Among Thundershowers due this week ...(
"% them was Ernest A. Powell, end again ,but they won't be all

MUC, who is now assistant conductor violent as last week-end, accord
t and instrument repair ing to NAS Aerology Office.

man of Band Unit 191. _., .m.n m_ _""_'_..__..m..m..n.... Friday Partly cloudy and
Charlesworth has returned BAND ARRIVES-A newly organized band, first to be attached to the station in two years, slightly warmer.
three times for refresher coursesat rendered Its first performance at NAS Monday when It played colors at the 0800 flag raising; The Saturday Cloudy and little (
the Navy School of Music. Before band Is conducted by John Charlesworth, MUG, extreme left. Front row, are (left to right Edward change in temperature with aft "
Kllem Miller, MUSNj: Bill Merriman, MU3; Eugene and evening thunder-
reporting at NAS Jax: he Wiltanger, MU1: George Grom, MU3; ernoon t
Adams, MU3; Porter Weaber, MU2; and Joseph Bruno. MU3. Back row (left to right), Harry showers. 4
had conducted a 23-piece band: Mocks, MU2; Willis Ganahl. MU2; Frank Schultz, MU2; William Heard, MU2; Kenneth Sampson Sunday-Same. ,1(
on, the USS Coral Sea. MU3, :and Ernest Powell, MUC. :
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Page Two JAX AIR 29 May 1952


To Double Military

Jil xwfdmw8 1 Assigned To Formosa REPORT wASumcToN 'I'IBy

Washington (AFPS) -Personnel -

are now being selected to increase :

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air the strength of the United I ( Armed Forces Press Service) 3. A bill to authorize the Sec-

Station. Jacksonville. Fla.NAS States Military Assistance Advis- The following bills of inter- retary of the Army to proceed
Jacksonville '. ory Group for Formosa.The with construction
Capt. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer est to servicemen were recently at stations of
Comdr. James H. Armstrong _._.. Executive Officer increase will bring it up to the Alaskan Communications

Lt. Dave Barksdale ____._.__..______ -Public Information Officer tle original strength figure set introduced in Congress: I System. ,I
Fleet Air Jacksonville by the Secretaries of Defense and 1. A bill to authorize certain 4. A bill to amend the Public

Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison Commander State. It will entail a doubling of construction at and Health Service Act
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins_.____________... Chief of Staff military so as to
Fleet Air Wine Eleven present personnel currently serv- naval installations. provide for equality of grade

Capt. Jesse S. McClure _._._..__.-._______. Commander ing on the island. 2. A bill to Increase certain pay, and allowance between the-
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton .Chief Staff Officer The object Is to bring the For- Chief Medical Officer of the

Naval Air Technical Training Center mosa mission into line with com- rates of veterans' compensa- Coast Guard and
Capt. Letter K. Rice _______ Commanding Officer comparable
parable groups, such as the one tion provided for specific Serv- officers of the Army.
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart_.._____ Executive Officer
Naval Hospital in Turkey, ice-incurred disabilities. .

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton ___ Commanding Officer Nomination of enlisted L

Capt. T. F. Weinert.....__. __... .._________ .H..._ ... .....Executive Officer sonnel to per-
take the

Capt. Easton B. Noble Commanding Oflcer preliminary examination for
Comdr. Anthony Trusso. Executive Officer Have you longed for thatwoman's from the Commissary schools entrance to the Naval Preparatory -

touch in your chow and their jobs vary from cleri- .School as candidates for ,
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions lately? Well, it may not be
8184 and 216. cal duties to cooks and bakers. appointment to the Naval Acad-
the astmom
The JAX AIR NEWS U published weewy at the U. S. Naval Air Station. same fixed, but Who knows emy is now underway in all
Jacksonville. Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds Waves are now being assigned maybe at your
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P 35. Rev. next division party a Wave commands, the Department of
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the to Commissary Duty at the has
Navy announced. The
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Auxiliary Air! Station Cecil Field. and Great Lakes and it looks like will pop out of an oversizedcake
the U. S. Naval Hosrital she's baked and test will be given July 7. Each
Editor-Andrew U. Planev the girls will be making with ,
Staff Members: Marian Sprenger, JOS; Mary Bixiones, JOSN; "home on the range." "There's no business like year 160 regulars and 160 reservists -

Dave Devroy, SN; John Charvat, AN; Barbara Tomlinson, SN; dough business." from both the Navy
Helen Harper. Personnel at NATTCenterhere and Marine enlisted ranks, are
Th SAX AIR NEWS is a member or me Armed Forces Press Service.AFPS are wondering how many Only drawback to this whole appointed by the Secretary of
material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe new is
set-up that the
written pet mission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication or other men would volunteer as mess Wavesare the Navy to the Naval Acad-
matter except by service publications Is piohlblted without permission of cooks if the policy were start- to replace men in the gal- from
Editor. SAX AIR NEWS. emy top students at the
ed at the Center. Can't you leys so that they in turn can preparatory school Candidatesare

just hear the Wave MAA say, go aboard ship. selected and examined according -

I 1952 ELECTIONS I "Would you like some more It looks like a long time be- to provisions containedin

parsley on your potatoes?" instead fore you can gnaw on 'a sea BuPers Manual, 1948, and

of "Keep your lunch- biscuit and know that a Marine Corps General Order

(By Armed Forces Press Service) hooks out of the soup, sailor! Wave's little hand went into 40. j

This voting information applies to Armed Forces personnel, de- Most of the Waves, it's reported the making of the nutritious S e

pendents residing with Armed Forces personnel and U. S. citizens are recent graduates nourishment.in The Navy has returned 17- --t

attached to and serving with the U. S. Armed Forces beyond the 615 enlisted men to the civilian [

continental limits of the U. S., unless otherwise specified. These
voters, parish of residence, at the State of Arkansas manpower pool with skills in
include civilians employed by the Department of the Army,
persons any time up to and including the several critical occupations, ,
Navy, and Air Force, the Marine Corps and the Coast Guard; and 30th day before any election. Obtaining Ballots and Voting the Bureau of Naval Personnelhas
personnel of the American Red Cross and USO. For additional elec- 1. Any qualified voter who :
Obtaining Ballots and announced. The
survey cov-
absent from his voting i
tion information consult voting officer.
your 1. Members of the Armed precinct on election day ers the period July, 1948 to Oc-

MISSISSIPPI may be made at any time, but Forces may apply for absentee vote by absentee ballot. may tober, 1951 An additional num-

Qualifications for Voting voters' names must be entered at ballots by mailing a completed ber have been returned since
2. Application for
1. Must be at least 21 years of least four months before a gen- Federal Post Card Application lot be made in absentee bal- that time. The men reportedon

on date of election. eral election. (Standard Form 76)) to clerk of may any one of had been trained in techni-
the following three
Obtaining Ballots and Voting the court of parish where regis- ways: (a) by cal schools of the Navy Twelveof
2. Must be a U. S. citizen hav- appearing in at the officeof
1. Members of the Armed tered at any time prior to elec- person the Navy's 62 ratings were
ing resided in the State of Miss- the county clerk
Forces and "certain Merchant tion. Ballot will be mailed by county of represented in the technical
issippi for a period of two years Arkansas residence of the voter
Marine personnel" may apply for state not earlier than 30 days be- ; category.
and in the election district for (b) by writing for an Arkansas
absentee ballots by submitting fore any election. Servicemenmust
one year. "Application for Ballot
Federal Post Card Application mark ballot and return in F w
3. Must be able to read or un- the county clerk, county of
(Standard Form 76)) to city or time to reach proper officials on
derstand state constitution.
Arkansas residence
(should be "
county registrar at time election day.
any ,
4. Must be a registered voter, requested at least 90 days in ad-
preferably at least 60 days in ad- 2. All other persons are per-
except members of the Armed vance of election); or'c( ) by delivery -
vance of election. Marked ballots mitted to vote by absentee ballot
Forces and "certain Merchant of the completed "Appli-
must be received by proper offic- provided such voters are within 1IAINSIDEThursday
Marine personnel. cation for
Ballot Form" to the
ials not later than day of elec- the State of Louisiana. May 29
Registration office of the county clerk by ap-
tion. Only one application is required ARKANSASThe Outcasts of Poker Flat _
1. Registration is permanent plicant himself or by member of
to obtain ( Wonder State)
a Registration Dale Robertson
unless reregistration is orderedby his immediate family,
Application well ballots Qualifications for Voting
county board of supervisors. Friday, May 30
use in all elections scheduled for 1. Must be at least 21 years of 3. County clerk will mail bal-
2. Unregistered members of Red Snow Guy Madison
anyone election year. age on date of election. lots to voters upon receipt of ap-
the Armed Forces, "certain Mer- plication. Marked ballots Saturday, May 31 -'
2. All other persons must re- 2. Must be a U. S. citizen hav- must
chant Marine personnel, and be received not later than elec- Appointment With Danger_,
quest an "Application for an Ab- ing resided in the State of Ar-
persons employed by the American Alan Ladd
sent Voter Form" from the coun- kansas for at least one year, in tion day
Red Cross will be sent
a ty or municipal registrar, countyor the county six months, and in the 4. Members of the Armed Sunday, June, 1
Registration Application with the
municipality of Mississippi voting precinct 30 days. Forces may also vote by writinga Carson City _Randolph Scott I
first ballot without making a
residence, preferably 60 days in 3. Must pay annual poll tax of letter to the county clerk indi- Monday\ June 2 f
separate application for registration. -
The completed Registration advance of election.. Upon receiptof $1.00 except members of the cating various election prefer- Beware My Lovely _Ida Lupino

Application must be returned to application form, ballots will Armed Forces and those persons ences. This ballot-letter must be Tues. & Wed. June 3-4

appropriate officials. be mailed to voter. who become 21 years of age after attested to by a commissioned of- Kangaroo _Maureen O'Hara

3. A poll tax of $2.00 must be Apr, 10th of any year.Registration. ficer of the Armed Forces. Such :" < NATTCENTER
3. All other persons must register -
in at office of cityor paid annually by every person letter must be received not later Thursday, May 29

county person registrar. between 21 and 60, except mem- 1. There is no registration law than election day. I. Three For Bedroom C.. .

bers of the Armed Forces, "cer- -- -- --- ___Gloria Swanson
Application for registrationSERVICES'
tain Merchant Marine personnel"and Friday, May 30(

persons employed by the Appointment With Danger_,

6C( DIVINE ))\ American Red Cross. _._Phyllis Calvert

LOUISINAQualifications 4x Saturday, }May 31

{ ) for Voting .{i } > Red Snow._._.Guy Madison

1. Must be at least 21 years of Sunday, June 1

l'rotestant age on date of election. q $ I Montana Territory ________

D830-M o r n i n g Services All- 2. Must be able to read and __ _._ hU _.Lon McAllister J ,, .
Saints Chapel. write and "understand the duties nLW Mon. & Tues. June 2-3

0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. and obligations of citizenship under r s'k7' > Carson City _Randolph Scott
0930-Sunday School Smrll Cha
pel. a republican form of govern- Wednesday, June 4 .

1045-All Saints ChapeL ment." Beware My Lovely _.Ida Lupino

Catholic 3. Must be a U. S. citizen have NAVAL HOSPITAL ,

0830 and 0930-Mass, St. Ed.wal'd's ing resided in the State of Lou- Thursday, May 29
0930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Catechism isiana for two years, in the Carbine Williams, James Stewart

Class). parish for one year, and in' the Friday, May 30

1030 Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL precinct for three months. (Municipal Just Across The Street _

0645-Mass Christian at Hospital Science ChapeL elections require a four- ________. .Ann SheridanSat.

Tuesday-2000 at NATTC Chap- : month municipal residence per- & Sun. May 31, June 1 r r

lain's Dffice. iod.) Three For Bedroom C_ __. t

Mormon 4. Must be a registered voter. _...._.Gloria Swanson
Thursday-1930- A TIC Chaplain' -I .
Office. I Registration ,.., ..... ..,_L i N rJ Monday June 2 I
must be Montana __ _
1. Registration accom- Territory
W. Fletcher, UN. was
Jewish NATTC Auditor- I plished by all persons once every presented the Permanent Citation awarding Bronze Star Medal ___.._ ..___.Lon McAllister
1830-Monday, (
jum. : four years. with Combat "V" by Capt. Dwight J. Wharton, commanding officer Tuesday, June 3

Christian Science I I 2. Registration may be accomplished of the Naval Hospital, in ceremonies last Thursday. Fletcher Red Snow_.__.. ... _.Guy Madison
garnered the award for his heroic achievement while serving as
'J'uesday-1900 at NATTC Chap- : only by appearing in person a hospital corpsman with the First Marine Division during opera- Wednesday, Jane 4

lain's Office. at the office of registrar of tions against the enemy in Korea In December 1950. Carson City. Randolph Scott


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the land of sunshineand severe sunburn,.you should seea The sun can kill or injure daily practiced has, in itself, 1-
sunburn! Northerners and physician immediately.Dr. through nighttime accidents, any inferiority with regard to ;,

From time to time "Hospital Southerners alike delight in Lyons also warns againstsun so say the medics. Too much sharpness of vision, it is declared f

Headlines" will feature person- the luxurious laziness of the bathing when you're ill, sunlight makes the eyes less by a Temple University

ality sketches of personnel; at the beaches, while lotion manu- or if you have taken such med- sensitive to light, and makes physician. f

Hospital. Featured this week is facturers reap the profits, and icine as sleeping pills, aspirinsor seeing mot difficult at night. Sun glass wearers are warn- led l--

a brief career resume of Capt. physicians scream their annual sulfa drugs. Sun tanning not to look directly at the

James S. Brown Jr., Chief of warning about too much mixed with aspirin or sleeping There can be added dangerin sun, because the sun's rays l

.Surgical Service. sun too fast.Noticing pills can cause skin trouble. driving home at night after can burn holes in the retinaof I

I. Captain Brown graduated from the "ruddy" com- a day at the beach, unless the eye. Nor to wear sun '.

Tulane University of Louisianain plexions around the .station, An actress who took sleep- bathers wear sun glasses. glasses while driving at night.

1925. He was first commissioned the time was ripe to ask ing pills acquired a suntan, The loss of light sensitivitycan ,

in April 1940 and served at Comdr. William F. Lyons, Industrial slowly and sensibly. But then be prevented or reducedby All of which might en- \

the U. S. Naval Hospital, Charleston Medical Officer, for came a series of permanent wearing dark glasses that courage the most ardent beach J

S. C. During WWII he served some tips on acquiring a sun- blotches' all over her tanned let through only 10 per cent lover to choose the confines P

I aboard the USS Melville, AD-2, tan the healthy way. skin. The cause of it was coal of light. of a cool living room. But the i'

as Senior Medical Officer. Over-exposure to the sun tar chemicals in sleeping pills. Light 'sensitivity lost duringthe intelligent sun bather can enjoy *

.uH..H... S:: u bse q uettl y, can kill or make you ill Dr. Skin of some people become day is recovered overnight a warm sand bed, with '
Lyons offers an aid to those sensitized to ultra-violet rays early during the season. But out consequences, if he will .,

a he was assigned people who stay out too long of the sun when they have by mid-summer, the unpro- carry sun tan oil or lotion, a

to USNH, the first day and forgt to keep taken such drugs.Be tected and those wearing com- applied generously during the ,i

y Camp Lejeune, turning like a roast in a spit. careful about sun bathing mercial glasses of high (light) initial sunning.

e.a U S S Repose, after using perfumes. Ultra- transmission, fail to regain Fifteen minutes of sun the

AH-16, and to Drop in at the corner drug violet rays can react with tiny their retinal sensitivity in this first few times is ample, so t

the office of store and purchase some antihistamine amounts of copper in the per- period. remember to include a beach /fo'

the director, ointment. Apply it fume, causing darkening and umbrella or other means of

.. MSTS, New at first recognition of too much blotching of any area dabbed The most expensive types of shade. Also take cotton padsor 1

'CapL-Brown Orleans. I sun. It will remove the burn, with it. Bleaches, dyes, and sun glasses are not superior to sun glasses to protect the

and prevent 35% of the blis- some chemicals in permanentwaves the cheapest types with regard eyes.
Captain Brown to the
reported may cause the same re- to sharpness of seeing.In Remember, fella, sunburnis
I' U. S. Naval Hospital Jackson- ters.Of
course, in the event of a action. fact, no method commer- no joke! E
ville in Feb. 1950 where he has ,

been serving as Chief of Surgical t

.., Service. Used i ,1
t" Projectiles ; \

[ s sk 1 1
William F. Sauters HMC Provide Over 25 COUNTERMEASURE
. was GEAR-Open to all pilots and k
i iI
.. transferred to Malaria and Mosquito -
Control Unit 1, Jackson- Tons MetalOver crew members of fleet squad- ii

ville . William F. McDaniel, Scrap rons is the recently expanded i

HM1, was transferred to First course on Electronics Counter
50,000 pounds of vital
Amphibian Tractor Battalion Measures offered by FaeTu-
USMC scrap steel, consisting of frag- Canthelpit so I'll pass it on .
Lant. Shown here is the "fly-
Nathan Perry, HN, and Herbert ments of practice bombs and to you. When I was in Cincin'f'f
rockets salvaged last weekat Ing' classroom", an RID, used I
F. Reinhard, IIN, were nati at the Industrial Medical As-
Switzerland target site by a for the course. The plane is
transferred to the U. S. Naval sociation Convention in April, the \
crew from the maintenance sec- shown with all equipment out-
Hospital, Bethesda, Md., for a
of of the hotel room
tion of the NAS Public Works subject many
course of instruction in Neuro- side and 10 position (right) as
Department. discussions was absenteeism and
psychiatry Technic. arranged within. The course I
Mrs. Helen M. Thies, HM2, Primary work of the maintenance labor turnover. Much research ';
convenes weekly in Building .
P stationed at the U. S. N. H., is the crew at Switzerland was to had been done on it and papers

mother of Richard C. Thies, en- rebuild and repair the target 913. read about it.

,- gineman third class now serving area which is used almost, daily f
the Bureau
In the
the USS by pilots from Fleet Air Jack
on destroyer Hamer .. .. .. Medicine has broken down the
operating in the Far Eastern sonville squadrons for bombingand
figures on estimated cost. These
Waters. rocketing exercises.The .
figures are a little startling.
S metal reclaimed -
represented .
Hospital Corpsman Thies who the steel from target projec-
((1)) $3,000,000 for cost of med
... entered the Naval Service on tiles of various kinds fired at the
ical treatment of Civil Service
May 5, 1943, received her recruit range by fleet pilots in a six i employees, both occupational and
training at Hunter's College, month period. Each of the target
the sickness.
on job
l New York City. bombs contain about 17 poundsof
-. steel and each rocket about 3 ((2)) $16,000,000 for actual lost
:She was graduated <
time for medical sick leave au-
from the !.i pounds.A thorized by the Medical Depart- !
of the
total of 18 truckloads '
U. S. NavalHospital ment.
steel, now in critical demand,
j Corps was delivered to the NAS Supply ((3)) $57,000,000 for sick l leave

School Ports- Salvage Yard where it was sold taken by Naval Civil Service em-

mouth, Virgi- to contratcors in this area who ployees.

nia in July in turn shipped it to the steel HONOR OUR DEAD, DON'T JOIN ((4)) $168,000,000 cost to 'the Na-

1943, and completed I mills. The Navy averages about vy Department for the overall

a course nelenTheU $24 a ton for this type of metal. THEM OVER THE HOLIDAYS"Honor cost of paying for medical treat-

in Property HMZ Edwin D. Dyess, quartermanwas ment, sick leave, having an em-

. and Accounting at the Naval in charge of the crew from ployee's work done while he is off ,

Hospital, Chelsea, Mass. She followed Public Works. our dead-don't join I Navy emphasizes "Check Your sick, plus breaking in a new em-

:, this type of work in the them. is a fitting slogan for na- Driving" in this nation-wide ployee when one quits.

Hospital Corps, until her releaseto No Justice! val personnel as they pause on search for highway safety. .

inactive duty from the Naval Memorial' Day to honor the Check Your Car, Check Your On this station, where .we have

Service, at Great Lakes in Sept. A resident of a big city behind dead who have sacrificed their Driving, Check- Accidents! about 5,000 employees, if the sick

1945. the Iron Curtain was shuffling lives in winning and safe- leave rate continues at its present

In Dec. 1950, Helen was again down the street muttering to guarding American Freedom. rate, these figures will be $112,400for
called. She reported to the U. S. VMF-144 Given
himself, 'Those dirty, rotten, 'S. medical care; $560,000 for sick
Naval Hospital, Jacksonville for
? LET US also momentat leave, and $1,680,000 for the over-
a I
lowdown pause
stinking, no good so-
duty. She was due to be releasedto
this time and consider the Yearly InspectionColonel all cost of absenteeism and labor
inactive duty on April 11, and-sos. He was immediately
caused turnover
dishonor to our country per year.
1952, but decided she would like arrested by the secret police.
by the million victims who Joe A. Smoak, Chiefof Think it over and digest these
t to remain on active duty so extended "You are under arrest for trea- I
Staff of the Marine Air Re-
have died needlessly as the result figures. I'll give you the results
enlistment for one sonable utterances against the
I vehicle accidents. serve Training Command and
of motor a
of this
study on
my problem
Mrs. Thies is in "
now working authorities, said the police.
staff of inspecting officers visited
The three-day holiday death week.In
the Finance Department. "Why, I never even mentioned
here last Friday to inspect VMF-
toll unless checked, will ex-
two weeks I hope to tell
them! he exclaimed. "No, the you
144, an Organized Marine Air
Red Cross Notes arresting officer declared, "but ceed 300. In a sincere attemptto what we can do to cut down our
Reserve Squadron attached to
The monthly dance Tuesday you described them perfectly." halt this slaughter, the 3.2% sick leave rate to about
the Marine Air Detachment,
states and communities have
r ,-; night was quite a success. Hats 1.5% where it should be.
are off to the NATTC Band for have your trunks with you they adopted the slogan "Check NARTU. Ican'thelpit
; fine music, and the pretty and may be purchased at Navy Ex- your car- check accidents." The inspection is an annual af-
charming hostesses. change. Accident prevention is an individual fair of the Marine Air Reserve awarded each year by Herman

The first swimming party was Ward A-6 is looking forwardto responsibility that Training Command to pick the Ridder/St. Paul, Minn publisher,

held at Mainside pool last Wed- Saturday afternoon when theBoy's rests heavily on our shoulders outstanding Marine Organized to the best flying Leatherneck

nesday and if any patients miss- Choir from the First Pres- Reserve Fighter and Ground In- reserve fighter squadron in the

V ed out, they can get in on the byterian Church in Jacksonvillewill A LITTLE courtesy and com- tercept Squadrons for the Marine nation.

swim and sign up with their rec- give a program. The Glee mon sense may save the pain, Air Reserve trophy. The Marine Air Reserve Tro-

; reational worker. We plan to Club from Fletcher High School inconvenience and financial The silver trophy measuring phy will be presented to the i

make Wednesday afternoons .entertained the personnel at C-3 loss resulting from almost ev- 21 inches high on an ebony baseis winning squadron during JanUary i(

"Swimming Day". If you don't and C-4 last week ery motor vehicle accident. The worth $1,700. The trophy is of next year. ,4 4S

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FHOfflnNMmiWAVE. smtimsm! wu iwmmmN! l'ltIllltlIllllIllHlIl1Iillmlllll1llliMI' !: ,,

t I Waves Join in Jax Premiere l

WAYS UHJL :' _, :Showing Of 'Skirts Ahoy7Waves ".

Dress whites, bucket hats, and from the Naval Air Station ,'- ,
white gloves-we're off to the Navy Wave Walks Down The
: 100 strong, will be on hand
theatre! Tonight the Waves will to participate 'in the opening pre Street", "Navy Blue Is The.Color I

display their drill status skill miere performance tonight of For You", "Here Comes The
and familiarize the Navy" and the combined "An-
general public "Skirts Ahoy" at the Florida
with selected vocal favorites. Theatre. chore Aweigh-Waves Of The i

"And their voices were raised in The group of Waves will marchin Navy". '

Eong"-well, that's why rehearsals parade formation from Hemming Featured soloist will be Irene 1

are held. Pass the throat Park in downtown Jax to Louise Downing, SN, wHo will .",

spray, please. the theatre where they will be sing the traditional Navy Hymn! ,,

The girls participating in to. guests of the management during "Eternal Father"' accompanied
night's performance have put the premiere opening. i I by Hal Stanton at the organ. f

forth a great deal of effort and A trio, composed of Mary Dim-

spare time to make this a tremendous The parade will form at Hemming ick, SN; Jackie LeBlanc, TDAN i:

success. Judging from Park at 1830 and the line and Mary Bixiones, JOSN, will \

Tuesday night's rehearsal, the QIIONEY of march will be down Laura give a rendition of the popular I
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show should receive a rousing IN THE POT-What to do with a swarm of bees that street to Forsyth, left on Forsythto Navy ditty, !'I Don't Want To GoHome"

ovation. suddenly show up and won't leave That was the problem of the Florida Theatre. .
Frank Powell, SD1, when the bees swarmed over his car lie .
Latest bulletin-There's been called on Curtis Perry, AOC (above) who came to the rescue- I Highlight of the opening festivities -
I with smoking rags, water and all. Perry's knowledge of bees got will be the Naval Air Station
a change in uniform regulationsfor i him three pounds of bees, worth about eight to ten dollars. Wave Chorus, in concert, on Local Squadrons
Effective immediately
the stage of the theatre at 1910. .i/
the black handbag, when I Happy Homesteading Honey Bees The chorus is composed of 48 Aid Kin Of
worn with strap, shall be worn ;
girls and will feature the young t
with the strap over the left Harassed Hive HunterPerhaps ladies in close harmony singing Hobson VictimsFor
shoulder, the bag itself restingon By Hustling Director of the chorus will be f

the left hip. Since this new someone gave the mating I Wave recruiter Shirley. Mae the families of the 176 r
will necessitate them in his
regulation a i overflowing box.
call of the bees or maybe Sinko, PNI. personnel who went down on
shorter shoulder strap, it has Others escaped his advances by I
bees just know a classy car when the USS Hobson, over $5,000
been suggested that they be I crawling into the tail lights of ,I
they see one. At any rate a Among: the selections the chorus has been collected by the men
stitched securely at the appropriate I i horde of honey bees literally the car. will offer are: "When A aboard the USS Wasp and the
after have been Perry's actions not fool
length they are
swarmed all over the shiny new survivors off the Hobson, to be
properly adjusted. car of Frank Powell, SDI, which hardy as they seem. He had Adm. DeLany Becomes3rd distributed by the Navy Relief 1Rider l
New additions to the Softball I gathered bee
swarms as a boy
was parked in front of Hangar ND CommandantRear Society.The .
roster are Jenne Karon and Lois and knew all the tricks even
Arnold, NATTC students. Con though he had not handled bees Adm. Walter S. DeLany, contributions were given .
Powell called by the different
grats to both girls. on for over 15 years. Commandant of the Third Naval ships' company ..
the assistance of Curtis Perry, The swarm is worth money District, has been nominated to II personnel and by members of

If anyone is hard pressed for AOC, of VF-171 to help him out but only Perry was interested in succeed Vice Adm. Oscar C. Badger I Carrier Air Squadron, includ-

cash over the long weekend, 'tis of his dilemma. trying to profit from the deal. as Commander of the Navy's ing Fighter Squadrons, 12, 13.
14 Attack
rumored that Mickey McQuaigis He estimated that this swarm Eastern Sea Frontier and Atlantic ; Squadron 15 and

good for $63,000. Might pay to The queen and her subjects weighed around three pounds Reserve Flet. Admiral De Composite Squadron 62's de-

check the hubcaps on her car- picked the grill of Powell's car and'was worth from eight to ten I Lany will assume the rank of tachment all from Cecil Field.
as the base of operations and Vice Admiral Other units from different
the lining in the overhead was dollars. upon taking over
fruitless toil! proceeded to make themselves at Perry took the hitch hikers his new command sometime in naval activities that were

NATTC graduates of ANP) home.A home with the idea of setting upa June. Rear Adm. Roscoe H. Hil- aboard also participated.After .

School leaving sunny Florida man who knows his bees, bee hive and collecting honey.He lenkoetter, Commander New the disaster the squad- J

this week are: Lee Forte Chief Perry, armed with a figures the first "rob" will be York Naval Base, will relieve rons from Cecil Field returned -

for Olathe, Kansas-AC School smoldering rag and a cup of sometime in August. I I Admiral DeLany. while the ship underwent !

and Mary Wiggins going cross- water attacked the h 0 r d e. He repairs at Bayonne, New Jer-

state to Pensacola for Photo smoked the clustering insects until sey. They have since reported 1
studies. Nancy Dearness and Anne they were groggy and then 30-POUND, 50-INCH GAR back aboard the carrier and

Sullivan also graduated from poured water on their wings to will re-commence operations in
ANP( ) but will remain at NAT- keep them grounded lIe then I the near future..

TC for AK School for an extended casually scooped up handful after station fisherman got the -
fish with a 15 pound test line
tour of Jax.Reporting handful and put them in a fishing fight of his life here last II mounted on a glass rod. On Leave I'
for ANP) instruc- handy box. One sting was the Wednesday.A .
tion via Bainbridge were Diana only injury suffered by Perryfor tremendous Florida gar, Gar are worthless as a food Accrual -
1 fish and are the bane of all bass
O'Hanna from New York City his efforts. weighing 1 approximately 30
fishermen. They feed off other
and Dorothy Wiley from pounds and measuring 50 inches
-fish and their usually -
appearance ,
I Metuchen, N. J. (Dorothy says Some die hard buzzers insisted from stem to stern, gave Bill means the cessation of strikingby i By Washington '

its on the map!) on settling in another car Moll, AM3, a real time of it whilehe the game fish.FISHERMAN'S. :Employees were advised last
Pat O'Neill, recent ship's com I nearby, but Perry was not to be was plug casting along the I week by Industrial Relations department
pany addition, and Cpl. Jimmie outdone. He grabbed up his sea wall behind the enlisted ----">> ,, that the House of Rep- I

Byrd, said their nuptial vows at I smoke rag again, collected an- men's Anchorage. 2AG "iS'Sa9 -i;' ? I resentatives had passed the Independent -

the Protestant .Chapel May 27. other gob of them and deposited I E E I Offices Appropriation .

Contrary to the habits of gar ie w-i&aa Bill which contained legislation
I Back In lax ,
in most regions of the countrythis pertaining to the accrual of annual

I: Two Floating 0 & R's Return After broken leviathan back plug snapped and boiled up Moll's the The leave.Industrial Relations department

water for about one half hour in an effort to keep em- j 1
Year's Absence Evaluation Cruiselast before it finally gave up the r ployees informed of legislation .j.
ghost. Four needed to *
men were affecting their leaves issued a -
( Two converted LST-type ships, 1! September for the Mediterranean lift the fish out of the water. memorandum last week stating

the Chloris and the Megara, com I II i each carrying about 225 Moll almost lost the fish after that the proposed bill had passedthe

I prising the Atlantic-based float,I enlisted men and 12 officers. he had finally worked the fish I : house and is now being con

i They visited numerous ports, including to the shore. He had maneuvereduntil sidered by the Senate Appropriations
divisions I'I, Naples, from whence the the tired gar was breastingthe t .j- Committee in regards to
cement works and other fish- approval and passage.
ter successful evaluation cruise men journeyed to Rome where
a '
in the Mediterranean. I I they were granted an audience I ermen were trying to help him The rider, the name commonly ..
net the catch. placed on legislation attached to .
The two ships were modified with the Pope; and Megara, i I
I Greece, for which city the USS various bills, has been the sub-
;y In the Gibbs Corporation Ship -'S rr
One of the helpers reached S
Megara was probably named. 4 i } : ject of recent controversy as to
yard a year ago, after having', down with a hammer and the "
interpretation of its
WHILE BASED at Bizerte, In i p
f been withdrawn from the moth stunned it, luckily just before
Tunisia, the ships participated in ology should it be approved. .(
ball fleet at Green Cove Springs the hook pulled free. Another
Operation Grand Slam in whichall However, the Comptroller Gen-
Naval Station. The Chloris
hand the
grabbed plug
NATO nations carried out : eral has ruled .,that should the
\ equipped to repair aircraft engines and reset the hook.
under command. rider be and it
one approved passed
and the' Magara to repair i it Supporting land based patrol Hauling on both fish and ]line, will not affect annual leave accumulated -

l fuselages. I squadrons, one of their outstanding but keeping well away from the prior to 1952. This

t COMMANDING the Chloris is achievements was the reconditioning vicious jaws, the group of men would mean that annual leave ,. ., ,
} W. J. Dunham, who was formerly I I of a plane that had hoisted the fish onto the shore, accrued during calendar 1952 .i
;. with the Navy's Pacific O & R held its mouth closed with a pairof
crashedlanded and been recommended Straining hold SCOURGE-I would have to be used prior to
'' division which has been operating 'I for scrap. 'I pliers and managed to wire it pound gar pike July 1, 1953 or otherwise forfeited. -

t with the U. N. forces in Ko While at Iraklion, Crete, the closed before the fish revived. of the St. Johns River is Bill .
'I' At 1000 Wednesday Lcdr Moll dragged the monster backto .
rea. ship's crew entertained 90 girl Moll, AM3, who caught the
? Raymond Devite, skipper of the I I orphans at Thanksgiving din- the barracks. scavenger on a 15-pound test Hodge Replaces Clark

( Megara, will be relieved in a ner, Devite revealed. "They sang line rigged on a Class rod. Lt. Gen. John R. Hodge, Com '

\ thange-of-command: ceremony by I, Greek songs and we sang Amer- Moll had expected at best only Such catches are welcomed manding General of the Third S
Lcdr. Wade W Lape, ican songs They didn't eat much some small'bass and was not at since car feed on came fish and Army at Ft. McPherson, Ga., will
I, too, Moll wouldn't trade the
After a shakedown cruise out I I Turkey, they didn't )like American all equipped for his struggle. He experience of his fight to land I succeed Gen. Mark W. Clark as

Cf Norfolk, the ships departed cooking!" i bagged the terror of all game the gar for anything. Chief of the Army Field, Forces.I .

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VP-3, VF-22. VF-14 Reportf t

1 Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons J'(

VP-3 a big bang Richard Middleton,
The broad beaming smile, 'currently ADC, ran his charges through a HERE AND THERE '?

f-. going around the hanger week of extensive drills in preparation : Some of these waiters around "'

isn't that of the sun, rather it for the second round of 1 here are really stupid. Take the ']

belongs to. Thomas Mason, SN, intramural. play. one I encountered last week. I j

who was presented twins; by his The roster includes Finis 1 went up to him and said, ,i
I, wife Barbara on May 17; Cooper, ADC, George Evans, ufr "Where's the menu?" and he re- |

" .. Thomas Edward, III, and. Lin11'J ADAN, Andy Andriola, AKAN, plied: "All the way in the back ;>

.. da are .the names chosen for the Watkins Culbreth, AD2, Lowell second door to your right, sir!"
cute pair and it will probably be Touts, ADAN Ray Kolakowski,

some time before the proud AN, George Ligon, AKAN, John- The quiet little Wave from the .' .. Thurmond AL2 Donn Hick-
father settles down to earth. ny '
her first
country was on date $
Congratulations are extended man, MNSN, Frank Brooks, AD2, )W j jr with a sailor, and thrilled be- >
from the entire squadron. and Bayard, McNagny, AOAN. ? MSe yond words. Shedidn't want to
Following the age-old tradition Blackmon AK3 tA
Yancy found appear countrified so she put on s
4 of shipping over for six the day the workouts a little more than her prettiest uniform, got a '

after discharge, Yulee Kirchaine, he anticipated as he's currently sophisticated hairdo and was all ?.
AO1, Roland Dugan, AOC, and resting in the hospital where an prepared to talk understandingly!

Curtis Gartman, ADC, made the operation was needed to remove 4 L about music, art, or politics. .:
move last week.Welcome from
chips splintered
a finger.
Her hero took her to a movie, *!
aboard to James *
and then to his favorite cafe. ,*
Tucker, SN, who was received VF-22 _>>_ m m _' _,__
a "Two beers," he told the waiter. .,
for last week.
duty Thirty-two enlisted personnelof PROMOTION CEREMONY-Comdr. George II. Carter, Com- .
John Cavanaugh and Lowell Fighter Squadron Twenty. mander, Carrier Air Group 17 (left) fastens shoulder boards on She. not to be outdone, murmured ,
Bryan gained their first notch in Two were recently advanced in newly commissioned Ship's Clerk Thomas L .Clyatt. Warrant Officer "The same for me." '
received the shoulder boards and hat from
a new his ship ,
T r their Navy advancement recently petty officer rates. This occurred mates during an informal presentation last week. 'i'
when they changed their AA aboard the USS Tarawa, (CV- On the dock the bluejackets
... ratings for three green stripes. 40)) while the carrier' was.anchor- the latter part of May. Approximately an hour in were awaiting transfer aboard
ed in the Bosphorus at Istanbul, The squadron is commandedby I length, these classes under the I I ship. In the dusk a seaman called :'"
The blonde-haired lad roaming Turkey. Comdr. William E: Fly. guidance of Joe Kotsis, ADI, and out to a blueclad figure dim- '1
the barracks last week with the Fifty-eight percent of the men the squadron's educational officer ly seen. "Hey, Mac, got a match?" .'

swollen lip was Bayard Mc of VF-22 who took examina- VF-ll concern the various subjects A lighted match was forthcoming '!

Nagny, AOAN. Mac got rough tions for advancement in rating An example of a well rounded needed for advancement. and by its light the bluejacket -
with a bee and !lost the fight ona were successful. The squadron educational program is the Another innovation is the ad- was horrified to see the four "

referee's decision. educational officer is Lt. Daniel i one now going on in VF-14. ministering of mathematical abil- gold stripes of a captain."I .
Oscar Southard, AM2, and E Conroy.At During the months of March and ity examinations In order to de- beg your pardon sir,", he i

Robert Scott, AM2, were transferred present, VF-22 is completing April they were well establishedon termine at what speeds the var- said hastily, saluting. "I thought .
- to NATTC, Norman, Okla- a six month Mediterranean the ComAirLant educational. ious personnel can learn. From you were. ." 4 i
r homa, last week where they'll tour. Visits to Cannes, French I honor roll. the results of these examinations "That's all right, son." smiled l

teach the AMA students the art Rivieria, and Gibraltar will be The large rise in the trainingscore I the "white hats" are either given I the captain. "Just thank God I :':,
of tin bending. They couldn't made before the squadron finally achieved recently is ac- I an accelerated program or a wasn't an ensign. "

have found a better libertyarea. heads westward and homeward.The counted for by the number of slower one. I -
With the merits of a program A ]looked -
Mediterranean tour for VF- BuPers enlisted correspondencecourses I very pompous judge
Baseball made its Another feature like the one that is going on in at the ragged
appearance 22 has thus far included 15 portsof requested. sternly prisoner
on the VP-3 athletic agenda with call, from Gibraltar to Istanbul that helped the score was VF-14 it won't be long before 'before him, "Have you ever "
everyone who is eligible will be earned honest dollar in
Turkey. the establishment of regularly an your
22 I scheduled classes for advance- rated or well on the road. life?"
Civil Service Fighter Squadron expects to .
fly to its base, at Cecil Field, in ment in rating "Yes your honor," the tatteredone
Births replied, "voted: for you last >'
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P Lists Jobs'Employees' election" 1

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are the births as -
1 attention is directed a i iI .
reported by the Naval Hospital! .
to the various opportunity bulletins between: the period May 15 and -- :
issued by the Industrial ..c.a.OoAe. .. eee,. } I May 20.Disbursing. iIIfoo.. _.t. .. ,
Relations Department in the past Clerk second class ..wrKc ')

week for job vacancies availableto J. L. and Mrs. Mamie M. Anderson -

civil service employees aboard Jr., a daughter weighing 7

the station. Ibs., 5'g 02$., on May 15.
Available on the station is the Aviation Machinist's Mate second

position of Clerk-Typist, GS-3 In class Warren M. and Mrs.

the Operations Department. Applications Gertrude H. Stover, Jr, a daughter

s may be submitted weighing 8 Ibs., 212 ozs on
through May 30 Also open are May 15 j

the positions of Helper, Aircraft SSgt.. Tillman G and Mrs
I Mechanic General; Helper, Air Violet L. Roberts, Jr., a son
craft Mechanic Motor; Electrician weighing 8 Ibs., 10 ozs., on May
and Radio Mechanic. Applications 16. i
for these jobs will be accepted Chief Dental Technician Edward
until July 24. L. and Mrs. Catherine Murphy I

Ii a son weighing 8 Ibs., 1 oz.. :
At the Auxiliary Air Station in ONE, TWO, THREE SPLASII-Only Wave aboard the I on May 16.MSgt. !
Sanford, Florida is an opening station to make the grade of Chief Petty Officer, Marge Clarke, Arnold W. (USA) and
wound in the Waves pool-but all in the fun of the traditional
j for a mathematician, GS-7. A up Mrs. Iva B. Sr.
Grant a son I
heave-ho chores (left to
'I dunking ceremony. Handling the are Ii Iitpf
w" Safety Engineer, GS-9, and Training right) Ruby Smith, SA: Trudy Parascandola, TD3: Frances I weighing 8 Ibs., 14 Ti ozs., on i ..
Supervisor, Group IVa are Deptulski, AN; Beverly Birch RMSN and Mary Dimick, SN May 16.Aviation.
needed at the U. S Marine Corps I I Metalsmith first classT. I

Depot of Supplies, Albany, Ga. Into The Briny' For Only Wave W. and Mrs. Katie M. Smith 'I Y

Several overseas jobs are openas a daughter, weighing 7 lbs., 4%
follows: At the Naval Supply ozs., on May 18.
Aboard NAS To Win Rate Of Chief"Into
Depot, Guam are needed 20 Pres- Aviation Ordnanceman second ; r

ervation Mechanics, 4 Leadingman the 'briny deep" that's class Clyde O. and Mrs. Frances i
Preservation Mechanics 1 Idaho, enlisted in the Navy in "
M. Bauer, a daughter weighing 3
". I the traditional cue as'soon as the
March 1945 and has steadily
Quarterman Preservation Mechanic
lbs. 19.
on May
word is that shipmatehas
I passed a
30 Packers and 6 Leading- it climbed the ladder to her new Chief Aviation Electrician Rob I''
made Chief and
was .carried
rate of chief. She has been first I
1. man Packers. out here in one'of the first ert E. and Mrs. Betty: D. Stowell, .
p 'f! ceremonies at class for three years and this a son weighing 8 lbs., 1 oz., on .
...t' Military Sea Transportation Wave dunking was her first try at the chief'sexam May 19.Yeoman. 'II ..4
NAS in a long, long time.
She is attached to the
Service in Tokyo, Japan need a second class Frank A. ',
Marge Clarke, Teleman, who and {I
Placement Officer, GS-11 and Communications department and Mrs. Aleitha C. LaComb, a :
has the honor of being the only has been aboard the station two
Employee Relations Officer GS- 7 lbs. 1
son weighing oz., on May
11. A officer GS-11 Is Wave aboard the station includedin years. .
placement 20.
the list of 2,642 promoted to .1fIi
also required in the Consolidated Aviation Electronicsman third
., '. .. Industrial Relations Office, Naval chief petty officer recently, got Of the 2,642 new chiefs, 369 class Jayhugh B. and Mrs. Oncta i)
Base Guam Marianas the dunking. are Reservists with only one be- .
J Operating R. Leutwyler, Jr., a son weigh-
Wave. Nineteen of the 2,273 zrLATTICE I'' '.
ing a .
Islands. 20.
ing 8 Ibs., 12 ozs., on May y
The U. S. Naval Station, Subic When the word reached the Regulars advanced are Waves.In Cpl. John E. and Mrs. Joan C. v,<..

Day, Philippine Islands has an Wave Barracks that Marge had addition to promotions au- Dougherty, a son weighing 7 lbs., r I
for Personnel Officer "made it," nothing would do but thorized there were 5,500 other LASSIE Cheryl
opening a 2 oz.s, on May 20. Hansen of Las Vegas, Nev., .,, i !
1 GS-11. All the above overseas positions adhere to tradition and into the candidates who passed the exam- doesn't need much help In the :
are for male employees briny she went. The promotion is inations but who could not be American sea power was at its business of being beautiful.But .t'
V l' .. only. Anyone wishing further not effective until June 16, but advanced at this time due to lowest ebb between 1785 and from a photographer's
.- information on any of the Job the girls nevertheless escorted budgetary and pay grade limitations 1793, during which period the backdrop point of view in ,the this patio latticework at El (.I

opportunities can contact the Industrial Marge to the Waves pool], !, the Bureau of Naval Personnel United States was without any Rancho Vegas adds the artistic ,J' J

Relations Office. ,Marge, a native of Pocatello, aid. Navy at all. '..



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Page_Six JAX AIR NEWS 29 May 1952 ,

Ping Pong Scott Gains Finals Of City Amateur;


Tourney Conflicting schedules Reset have Eliminates Ray With Near Par 73

caused postponement of the NAS
ping pong tourney for the second I Holing an etght-foot putt fora : Golf Championships on the rain t'

week, but the delay will be birdie three on the seventeenth ; swept greens of MunicipalCourse f

l less than a week. green, Earwin Scott of Jax Navy Sunday afternoon. ;\

Drawings for brackets will be varsity golf team defeated Ver- Scott will oppose young Dan

made Monday morning, June 2, non Ray 2 and 1 to enter the final Sikes, University of Florida wizard .

and action will begin that after- round of the City Amateur who defeated Ned Searcy (

noon as over 35 entries are slated 2 and 1, with a par four on the

for singles,and doubles play. seventeenth.

With John Charvat J Comes Back Strong t

Sikes, winner of the Henry N. )
After weathering a five hour rain storm Monday night on their Ladies Spring Cup Camp Invitation at Ocala and the
trek to Columbia, S. C. to meet the power laden Fort Jackson nine
St. Augustine Winter Amateur
the Fliers couldn't use umbrellas to weather the !storm of base hits Tourney Started .
Championship, turned the match '
the Golden Arrows' lumber which unleashed for
registered by a Betty Gray and Emily Pearson his way on the long par five, 541-

j pair of wins, 7-4 and 9-0. moved closer to the finals in the yard thirteenth, which he halved

However, coach Frank McCaffrey had nothing but praise for his first flight of the Ladies Spring with a par after topping his sec.

charges following the 7-4 set back and ha pointed to the hill stintof Cup Tournament last week with ond shot from the rough.

Gordon Lassila who was charged with his first defeat in six narrow wins, on the local greens. "winner of the Seattle, Wash.,

f starts. Mrs. Gray ousted Fern Gudal, City championship in 1940, Scott

The Fliers commanded a 4-2 lead midway in the game with 1-up, in the feature match while was helped to his victory over

Lassila rocking along in fine style; but the big right hander began Mrs. Pearson subdued Alice Hop Ray with an eagle three on the

to tire and walked a pair before delivering a gopher ball that kins, 2 and 1, in another first par five, 451-yard second, sink

plated three runs which was enough for the decision. flight match. ing a ten foot putt .

Creditable ShowingIn Second flight winners were Scott Shoots 73

Wednesday's fray the locals couldn't touch the Arrows' offerings Alice Rentz, 5 and 4 over Vir- Both Ray and Searcy are members .11

although McCaffrey regarded Tuesday's pitching as tougherto ginia Coleman; Boots Hawkinsover of the San Jose Country

hit. Regardless of the outcome the Fliers made a creditable show Fran Sims, 2 and 1; Betty Club. )

ing in one of the meccas of service sports. Woodward edged Alice Driscol 1- Playing the best round of the

An urgent call for help has been issued from the Fliers clubhouse up, and Harriett Toof conquered foursome, Scott was one over
Dorothy Payne, 4 and 2. par going out with a 37 and was f
l where the locals are sorely needing the aid of an experienced '
shortstop.Roy : even par-36 on the back side to
fashion 73. Sikes shot 35-40
a a
Duenas was transferred over a week ago when his NATT- .s a t .
to register 75. P
Center company graduated from ANP) school and his absence lefta g a t1I'
big gap in! the Flier infield. Annual Swim The finals of 36 holes will be .r

played next Sunday, the first 13
Need Shortstop at 9:3C a. m. and the second at ,
r: Jim Coughlin has been playing left field and his third base duties Meet TodayStation o
2:30: m. The event is sponsored '
have been handled by Tiippi, a Cecil Field transferee but the little Earwin Scott-poes after City p. ,.. f
by the Brentwood Golf Association -
) man has failed to respond at the plate. personnel are invitedto amateur title Sunday. .

The answer may rest in Don Hafeman, a NATTCenter product, be on hand today at 1430 when .

who joined the club over the week-end for workouts and is reportedto the 1952 Swimming Meet gets Waves Improve

have had professional experience. underway at the Mainside pool 3-Team Fight

New IM: Program with four units competing for
But Lose 9.4In
Iron Man ,
; Under the new intramural softball setup late arrivals to lea Trophy points. Wages In NATTC
Seven events slated for their best of the
gue competition will be able to enter the fray with clean slates and are game sea
''b not be forced to maintain the record of the nine they replaced. over 40 swimmers representing son, the Jax Navy Waves bowedto Softball RaceSpecial
Services O&G Fasron Motors 9-4 after
Special Massey a
This promises a more interesting summer of play with more teams
Six and VJ-62. Turn out for the hard innings of
i f fought seven
vying for play off berths than was anticipated at the season opening.
meet is slim, but directors pointed Girl's City Softball League play Services -First Lieu
called for the two to continue I
leagues through
Original plans out that there are more entries at Murray Hill last week. tenant hung to its slim first place
t" as many rounds of play as possible with the winners meeting for the
than last year and they expected Winning pitcher was Connie lead in the NATTC intramural

NAS championship.Few the competition to inten- I Stuart, who fanned six, walked softball race with a 2-1 triumph .
teams after reaching the point where they are mathematically sify in coming years. four, and gave up three hits.
out of contention would put forth enough effort to make thef i Ruth Richardson was the losing over ANP) Students on the

competition keen and interesting. But under the new plans even twirler, giving five bin i g 1 e s, strength of Pappy Davenport's

squads that failed to place in either the first or second round still Ray Sets 2-Mile walking five and fanning two. no'hit twirling.

f have the third shot for a title. Connecting wood for the Waves Pappy faced only 22 batters

Too Many"Dogs" Record In AAU were Ea Buenger, Toby Gay during his stint at the mound. ra
w, A team that "dogs it" near the end of a round because they are and Kay Traurig. The tilt be- He was credited with only one '

out of the playoff picture is only hurting itself. The remainder of tween the Waves and Massey strike out. Stellar team play and

the schedule should be used to smooth out the wrinkles in the Meet' At AtlantaAl Motors showed the local lassiesin almost errorless play enabled ,

,, squad and insert new blood in an effort to find winning combi- Ray far better.form than usually Davenport to rack up his second ,I" '
18-year-old Jax Navy
to nation. displayed in previous games. no-hitter in Jacksonville. lie\

Pitching is the first concern in softball. With a talented hurler distance man, established a new pitched his first last year in
two mile record in the Georgia
on duty at all times a club has little to worry about defensively Luke Easter, first baseman of league play.
Open and District Five AAU
and can usually coast along with a one or two run margin. the Cleveland Indians, hasn't hada AO Ship's Co. Wins
track and field meet at Atlanta
This is best illustrated by an article in Life magazine early hit off Billy Pierce of the Chi- Monday's games were cancelled
last Saturday when he churnedthe
this month dealing with Eddie Feigner, 27-year old softball pitching cago White Sox since 1950. He because of rain and the schedulewas
cinders at a 9:57.2: clip to ,
marvel, who needs only a catcher and two infielders to produce a surpass the old mark of 10.06.9set didn't get one in 16 times facing loaded as five frays per day
victorious team. Pierce last season and on April were played to pick up the week's;
by Smith of Georgia Tech in
Feigner; Outlawed 25, the White Sox pitcher madeit schedule.AO .

Feigner and his mates went on tour in 1946 playing exhibition 1951.The none for seven this year. Ships Company finally '
young Navy speedster sur-
games with regulation nine-man teams and won 378 while losing prised the favorite Johnny Trent bested arch rival Supply, 10-8. I' .
; '' '
only 56. Among the victories were 22 no-hitters. 'of Tennessee and won the race Personnel whipped the Medics, ':: '.,.'"

"\ However, because the major teams throughout the country going away to join a group of 11. 3-1, Student Electricians stomp.
bad after defeat 1--u ed the Storekeepers, 10-0, and
would not schedule them due to the publicity a that posted new records for the
the amazing foursome joined a regulation squad and proceeded to annual meet. Ships Company ANP) handed 1'

down the World Champion Clearwater Bombers, 1-0, with Feigner ( AO School a 4-2 licking.
Makes Good Showing:
hurling no-hit ball for seven innings. AO Scores Upset
Jax finished fifth in
There are no Feigners in NAS competition this season, but Navy team The Ordnance school men lash

there are a number of cute fast ball throwers who can breeze the standings as Coach Paul McCoy's ed out at the leaders Wednesday f;

oval past most hitters with little effort and they're the men who'll charges made a creditable show- 10-7, to give the Special Serv ..... \:'
ing against stiff college and independent -'
ices-First Lieutenants their
contention. sec
lead their clubs to pennant
competition. Final ond defeat of the season. The AN
standings read: Auburn 51J ti, (Pers rode herd on Supply, 2-0 "
| Care To Compete Against Ben? \II Georgia Tech 39, Tennessee 34, a Dispensary stopped ANP( ) Ships ,
19'/i Jacksonville
1.. I Florida State Company, 5-3, and the Marines
Navy 15H, Vanderbilt 8, the forfeited to AE School.
dollar. I Flee ters 7 and Mercer College
Local golfers will have a one Only three games were played

chance to compete in Ben Hogan USGA rules are to apply and : 2. last Thursday, Aircraft Maintenance
: the Calloway handicap system Place Several Men
National Golf Day, sponsored by I humbled AO Ships Com
will be followed Women will The Fliers notched points in the .r
and Life Sat- pany, 14-1; Personnel defeated ."\
the PGA magazine,
'; shoot from the women's tees and shot put where Douglas Wright
AK School 11.1
the station links. and the ANP)
urday on will be awarded five additional finished fifth and a fifth place 3.i Students
ran rampant over the
Throughout the country on 3- strokes. by Bob Boyd In the high Jump. Marines, 155. J"-

970 courses, linksmen will be Anyone who cards a handicapscore Fourth and fifth place points STANDINGS

juggling their handicaps in an less than Ben's will receive were won by Jimmy L. White 4. Tea W I. 1''s
effort to beat Hogan who will an "I beat Ben Hogan" and George West in the 220 low w I S.ANPStudents S. A lit Ui. U 2 .857
( 1t ::8 ,8i<;
zy play on the Northwood Club in bronze medal. hurdles. NO.IIITTERlion. AI School JO 4 $IJ
HURLS A/C MaintenanceANI' 9 4 .61\S
Dallas, Texas. Fifty percent of the proceeds: Warren Guthrie tied for third ors for the year's first no-hit ( Ship Co. 8 6 .571 1

F Jack Harvey, local pro, basset will go to the 260 USO clubs place in the pole vault and the ter in intramural play goes to AO Medical Student 7 6 7 7 .46t.000:; ..." -

Y up the program on the station scattered around the country and mile relay team of Don Funk, Pappy Davenport, Special Ser- AK School 4 H -'til.255
vice s-First Lt. twirler who PersonnelMarines 4 JO
and is accepting entrance fees the remainder to the National James Stewart, Keith Jeffersonand set down ANP( ) School, %.1 in J It ..r.o .1
10 .15)AU
it J'WW. Fee for the tournament is Golf Fund. Willie Hunt placed third. NATTC play last Meek. Jshlp, Ce. i it .153

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29 May 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

' Busy Wee Sioled For

,I' Leogue-Lending Fliers

Returning to Mason Field for the first time in thirteen days,

the Jax Navy Fliers have four consecutive afternoons of baseball

, ,\ .... Sunday.ahead of them, the local orchard to be occupied Friday through'

Y 1 1t Tonight at Woodstock the Fliers -
Early last week the Fliers ran
oppose Cecil Field, who they
< into a stiff wall of resistance at
{ previously defeated in City
Columbia, S. C., when they were
League play, 18-7, while Friday
stopped twice by Fort Jackson,
and Saturday West Palm Beach
7-4 and 9-0. Wednesday night
r ((1707AB Group) invades the Na-
r they downed Hardage & Sons,
val Air Station for single gamesat
f 1430. 9-6, with a four run rally in the
ninth inning to remain unbeatenin
A return match with Cecil Fieldis
City League competition.
' LEADING CITY LOOP-The 1952 edition of the fax Navy Fliers currently undefeated leaders slated for Mason Field Sundayat
of the Jax City diamond league, are enjoying one of their best seasons in several years. 1430. Starting pitchers for the Gordon Lassila suffered his first
Front row, left to right, are: Bob Reinhardt Dick Allen, Frank Hethcox, George Ligon, Tom I reversal of the season in the Fort
( Neely Len Faustyn, Red Moylan Dale Reitenour and Bill Righter. Back row, left to right: Charles two City loop frays have not Jackson when he was the
Lacey (assistant coach), John McCaffrey Gordon Lassila, Gene Clifford Jim Coughlin, Dick Brock, been announced, but it was believed victim opener
Ken Peterson, Bill Shuckers and coach Frank McCaffrey. The locals host West Palm Beach at Mason that John McCaffrey ((4-0)) of a sixth inning, circuit
Field Friday and Saturday in a two-game series. and Bill Ziegler ((2-0)) would get clout that shattered a. 4-2 Fliers

Play Underway In the nod. lead.Fort Jackson's right fielder Da-

t jnx AIR nEWS vidson authored the fourmasterwith
Center Tennis MeetPreliminary Varsity Trips
a pair of mates aboard, who
eliminations i last had walked and the 5-4 edge they

Thursday in the NATTCenter I'I' maintained at that point was
HAW-1 4-0
11 tennis tournament saw the AN \ more than the locals could over-
(P) and AO School netmen ad- portsHospital come.

'" vance with impressive wins in To Hold LeadWoodrow Arrows Fan 10
early play. The winners added a pair of

Bob Ellison defeated Tommy Perry fired twohitball insurance runs in the seventh on

( O'N 9-7, 6-1, as John Burke and struck out 12 men to three straight singles and a baseon

dunn, d Reggie Ball, 6-4, 6-1. First RoundOf lead the Jax Naxy softball teamto balls with one' down and in

Th only match to go into Cops a 40 triumph over HAW1in the Fliers eighth McNulty breezed -

1;. three sets was played by Glen a Men's City League affair three strikes past the side and
"*.' Coates and Henry Stanley with last week at Lackawanna. The added a fourth in the ninth to

Coates going ahead finally, 6-3, National Loop PlayHospital Fliers kept their hold on first run his game total to 10. Lassila
3-6, 6-4. Coates later defeated place.
8JT- ,- Bob Ellison 6-1, 6-2, to be the defeated NARTU, 13-3 Last night the locals playedHappy's A single run by the Golden
,- with new faces dotting both di- Arrows in the first inning t
only double victor as of Monday last week to gain the first round in another league en- gave
morning. championship in the National visions. counter, but a score was not the home nine a short lead which

O'Neal hammered Nail in League of NAS intramural soft- VP-3, a new entry in the Amer- available at press time. the Fliers broke in the third witha

straight sets, 6-3, 6-0, in the final ball competition while VP861and ican League, is expected to pro- Counting three runs in the first pair of markers.
match. Fasron Six needed Tuesdayto vide plenty of actien packed inning the Fliers were never Knotting the count with a sin-

decide the American circuit competition for the other 11 en- headed as Perry found his con- gle run on two hits and a sacri-

Station Linksmen title. tries as the patrolmen strive for trol at its peak and blazed awayat fice in its half of the third, Fort

VP-3 Enters PlayA higher standing in Iron Man play. the Heavy Airmen without Jackson watched the Fliers count
VP-861 Leads American difficulty. two more in the fifth on Brock's
Trading Swings score was not available at I Last week's results were insig- Perry Effective second double, Stefanich's single,

press time on the American nificant in that Hospital and Bradley Tredinnick singled to a boot and a walk.Righthander '

I In Annual Meet League battle, but regardless of' NARTU had already established open the first, stole second before Jim Richey took
zP' the outcome, play moved into their division as a two team race Matt Fedak singled and both. the mound for Jax in the second

first round play the station the second round Wednesday and VP-861 and Fasron Six had scored on Gene Horton's bingle. game, but his offerings were

golf tournament concluded last only to wait for its show down Horton pilfered home to score pounded at will and Fort Jack-

week to pave the way for second I tilt as it breezed by a pair of the third run. son clubbed 12 hits and a 9-0 win.

round pairings.In IntramuralLinks foes each in preparation. In the fifth Fedak was safe on Rally In Ninth

the championship flight Standings without make up an infield boot and scored when Ziegler was a surprise starter

Herb Herres won 1-up over Sut- Play tilts read: Louie Iozzino walked and Horton against Hardage & Sons Wednes-

ton after 19 holes; Doc Clayton Tram AMERICAN LEAGUE W t.VP861 doubled. Both runners were day night and his mates had to

t. defeated Jay Livingston 2-up, Ends 10 1 left stranded when Cliff Pickett come from behind a 6-5 deficit in
TodayNATTC Fasron Six: 9 1
and Bill Chase Sr. dropped Tom Fasron 109 8 2 ,bounded to third. the ninth with four runs to notch

Henderson 2-up. VP-5 VJ-2 8 6 3 4 Hat wing got its first hit in\ the the win.
Jim Gray stopped Les Leschak Training annexed the HAKFirJax 3 5 4 6 fourth when Carter singled aft- However in the eighth the Fliers
i' 3 2 Earvfn American League Intramurallinks 3 6 jumped on starter Stephenand
and ; Scott defeated VF-171 er Perry had fanned two, but the
John Iarrobino 4 and 3; Gene title, with a final marginof VF-174 VF-173 1 2 6 5 Navy ace got three strikes past reliefer McCall for three

Towry stopped Jud Pearson 4 7Vi points over the nearest FaeTulJint NATIONAL' 1 8 Kunde to retire the side. runs, only to see the tie brokenin
and 3, and Jerry Morrison stop- competitor, Marine Air Detach- Tram LEAGUE I, Fans Side Twice the bottom half when Hardage
ped Mel Hirsch 4 and 3. ment, while the final winner of Hospital 6 9 0NARTU 2 Colinell singled in the fifth scored once on a pair of singlesand
the National is yet to be decided. OAR 4 2
Adams Stops Chase Infirmary 6 4 with none down for the losers, : a sacrifice.
First flight pairings found Bill One likely candidate for the Operation Commissary 4 5 4 4 but Perry again retired the side ; Coughlin's triple in the ninth
Chase Jr. bowing to John Adams first berth in the National is OAG 4 6 on strike outs to erase a possible was the only Flier hit as he sent
4 and 3; Earl Brooks dropping NARTU which finished league Photo Lab 3 2 4 5 threat.A three mates across and scored

Frank Kingsbury and Guido play with a point total of 53 FA' '-11 *55 2 7 pair of walks in theseventh himself on Sefanich's fly to left.

t Russeta stopping Ray Wood 3 while Hospital is currently sec- little excitement for the The line scores'
Joe DiMaggio, who holds the caused a Jax Navy 002 ,020 POO--4 7 0
and 2.Pete. ond with 46 H with one more major league record of hitting in Fliers infield, but Perry fanned Fort Lassila Jackson and J01 faustyn I 003 ;20x McNulty-7 6 2,

.--- Gardiner defeated Tony match to play today 56 consecutive games hit in 61 Colinell and forced Brewer and Smith ((7) and DIIII y. ..
-." Trusso 1 up; Mac McKinney The Medics face Fleet Air straight games in the Pacific Chunet to ground to end the inning Jax Navy Jackson 100 000 031 000 13x 000---0 9 12 4 1Fort 2

edged Joe Dude 1 up, and Steve Wing ll-VP-861, the most im- Coast League In 1933. Strocker.Jax Richey. and Faustyn; Dansby and
Cornellisson tripped Charles proved team in either league.. In Navy 100 001 034-9 8 4
Iardaee & Son 020 002 110 6 9 1
.1. Schene 3 and 2. Patterson walloped order to win Hospital must cap- y Ziegler and Faust n' Stephen McCall -
Brassell 4 and 3 in the final ture 7V4 points of the 12 pointsin ((8) and E. Mr-Call.. .
this match.
(CJ! Capt. Julius Early dropped All other teams fell into line in Tars Oppose Columbia

y.. John Hughes 1 up in the second the position they held last week.
Four Times In 3 DaysThe
._ flight as Doc Vanschoonvanhan VF-11 had to leave the station

. defeated Steve Jonda 1 up and before completing league and Columbia Reds, currently
I John Loyd dropped Bob Toof 4 was given points for its final f leading the Class A South Atlantic

r and 3.I' match in proportion to the S .,q ?o? t League, invade the Myrtle
Marathon Matches amount captured during actual f Avenue Park Friday night to play

Frank Voorhies handed Bob competition. single games with the Jackson.

Hamilton a 4 and 3 shellacking; AMERICAN 58 ville Tars, May 30-31 and. a dou-
I' NATTC Training
Norman O'Bryan won by default MA.D SOUVP11 bleheader Sunday.
50 The Tars complete their four-
:from Dick Middleton; Doc SupplY 49
Graves outlasted Jim Bain 1 up Adm-Ml'd-Nab i 46'CornIairJax 38 Sp game series with Charleston; tonight

{\ after 19 holes and Izzman de- VC-s VJ-2 Fasron 51 34 I at 2015. They will be on
'" Olift.Public Works 10 the road June 2-4 but return immediately
faulted to Cooley.In NATIONAL r aF 4 ikz@f_ '
53 I after to resume play in
third flight play Robbie flF1 5b7Fasron
J Robbinson bested Mike Clark 1 109 4"-' :...... the home orchard with the tail

up in 20 holes; George Frie took NATTCIMm. I 464Fasron ANP) SCHOOL NETS TROPHIES-Comdr. William A. Hood, ending Augusta Tigers.
f Jim Rentz 1-up at 20, and Ed YAW-1t 6 VN061 :21:1Operation. : NATTC Director of Training, presents Herbert Thompson, BM2, Special "Baseball Palk Buses"
Plounde won 1-up over Royce J'W :20'! coach of the ANP( ) School basketball team with the NATTC cage leave downtown Jacksonville before
Timmons after holes. trophy, the NAS trophy and the City Outdoor tournament trophy. each game and go directly to
a 19 The awards, presented last week, represent the team's three
defeated Jim Armstrong stopped Jim the ball park, returning to the
Charles Dittmar
Capt. major championships won the past season. Lt. Fred Marconi
Dave Mosier; 6 and 4 and Comdr. Mauldin 2 and 1 in other matches. NATTC Special Services officer is at the right. downtown area after the game." ,1,

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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 29 May. 1952

m11ll1JjJj t 9s NAVY WIVES'A- '

(Items offering for sale articlesof I CORNERAt

property such as washing machines I
I the business meeting of"
automobiles furniture radios
clothing and the like are I May 21 reports were given on the
prohibited by Defense Department Not New Shop, Bingo, Snack Bar '
I and Nursery.A .
regulations. This column
will, however, list such services I welcome was extended to
Mrs. Harriet Wier's mother
rides wanted who
as: available housing, -
lost and found articles, and
other similar notices.) I Correspondence was received
from National Headquarters that
this year's convention will beheld
Furn. 3rm. kit. $40
apt. equip.
in Norfolk, Va., on June 24-
per mo. 2854 Corinthian Ave 25. It was voted that the repre-
Mrs. J. Miller. I f
Roy sentatives of Club 86 would be '
Furn. 6-rm. apt. 1504 River Blvd. Q A. \ > t Mrs. Elliot Newell, Mrs. Chris

Orange Pk. Mrs. S. B. Page I Bell and Mrs. Ernestine Yinch.
Ph. 8-2351. I .

Turn. 5-m. house. $100 per mo. { !I II It is time to hand in your
5278 Adams Rd. Murray Hill I points for the National Achieve-
W. J. O'Berry. Ph. 23634. I Impressive were the .. ment Trophy. Members shouldbe

Furn. 2bdrm. apt. $90 per mo ceremonies last Sunday at St. t : i; 1rs sure to bring their list of do-
5227 San Juan Ave. Mr. W. B. Edward's: Chapel of the annual goods,
i coronation of the statue of the
Marscr. Ph. 2-8777 or 83432. I Blessed Virgin. Top photo it tr Health movies shown on Wed-

Furn. 2-rm. apt. 2967 Selma St. shows the procession, including; nesday will be discontinued for
Avondale. E. L. Neil. Ph. 2- the May queen Hetty Olden n the summer.
6480. I burg and her attendants: as .
the ceremonies began May
Furn. 2bdrm. house. Avail. June Queen Betty Oldenburg (bottom A motion was passed that the ,
12 for 2 mo. Riverside Manor. photo) kneels before the social next month will be a picnic -
Mrs. D. B. Smith. Ph. 2-7672. : statue following the corona J s All details will be planned at

Furn. or unfurn. 2-bdrm. house tion. the next meeting June 4. After

4033 Atlantic Blvd. Mrs. Bessi! the meeting the members stayedat

Ph. 2-5913. St.l I Impressive Rites the club to sew robes for the

Dbl.! or single bdrms. 2789 4 junior choir. As soon as more material

Johns. Riverside. Mrs. Pierson. ) Mark CoronationAt comes in members who

Ph. 21118. sew will be notified for another '

Furn. single rm. 3559 Dellwood. sewing meet. "
St. Edward'sSt.
Mrs. Cason. Ph. 8-6821. The spring dance recital was

Furn. single & dbl. rms. 1447 postponed from May 23rd until !
Edward's Chapel wa the
Avondale. Mrs. Schultz. Ph. 2- May 29. The bingo stand at the
scene for the annual corona
5930. Navy Charity Carnival drew
tion of the statue of the Blessed I
Furn. 2-rm. apt. $35 per mo. Mrs I I capacity crowds this year. The f
Mother last Sunday after-
Church. Ph. 27396. I prizes were attractive, thanks to
Furn. single & dbl.! rms. 2601 noon. Comdr. Lynch. The Club presi-

Park St. Mrs. S. R. Houston.Ph. May Queen for the occasion I dent would like to thank publiclythe
82770. I wa Betty L. Oldenburg, PN3, ---- girls who helped at the Car-

Furn. single rm. 2326 Blanding who was escorted by the May Seeing Is Understanding nival.

Queens of the last two years, ---------------
Blvd. Mrs. Royal. Ph. 8-2143. I
Will share 5rm. house. 13081 Nellie Owens and Joan Car- NATTC Training Aims Methods driving privilege.
penter. Richard Koval, A A. Driving
B. Gor-
Murray Dr. Mrs. Gay
mack. Ph. 2-8191.\ The ceremony opened; with a Brought To Jax TV Viewers without lights; faulty equipment
Restrictionof car until repaired. -
Will share 5rm. house. 3047 procession of the Chapel Altar ,

College St. Mrs. Cason. Ph. 2- i' Boys, the recent class of First Ready a dissolve to B ---- .
and helped produce the show. P. J. Leary, AOC, Insurance
Communicants and members of r
3352. Terry and dissolve to B, .
expired; lost station tag: failedto
Widow will share home with the Chapel's Fighting 69th. In two seconds following this
Every point Captain Rice made report 1952 state tag-5 days
couple. 2887 Lennox Ave. Mrs. Then followed the recitationof I clue television sets throughout .. :.
during the was "visual loss of driving privilege. .
Moore. Ph. 7-4253. the Five Glorious Mysteriesof i Jacksonville depicted Capt. Lester program
A. C. Johns ADC Lost sta-
ized. This means employing ac ,
FOR SALE: the rosary. Father Bernard K. Rice commanding officer
tions and objects to give visualas tion tag; insurance expired; fail-
Spartan Imperial Mansion 1951. L. Hickey, Catholic Chaplainof of NATTCenter and WMBR TV's'Bill '
well as aural impact to a mes ed to report 1952 state tag 5
36' trailer; sell for cash or can the Green Cove Naval Station Terry seated in a living room days loss of driving privilege.L. .
be financed. Chief Ballenberg. preached the sermon. atmosphere discussing a model of
The Training Facilities DivISion W. Smith, ADC, Insurance! f
Ph. ext. 8230. Solemn benediction of the the F9F Panther jet. I
of the Center provided the expired; failed to report 1952 .
,. 2-bdrm. house. 3.>19' HyacinthSt. Blessed Sacrament was celebrated I The program, presented a week'' art work while objects state tag-3 days loss of driving
., Edgewood. M.r Clark. by Father John J. Mc- ago surprised many who lingered necessary privilege.
used for illustration were ob-
3bdrm. house, kit equip with Gowan, NAS Catholic Chap- at home after lunch hour. I tained from various Center If. W. Clark, ADC, Insurance r

garage. 4614 Ulmer Ave. Tim. lain, assisted by Father JohnJ. schools. expired; failed to report 1951 .'"

uquana. $8,930. FHA financed. ; Burns and Father Hickey. ,I If they continued to watch I state tag-5 days loss of driving
T. J. Fentress. Ph. .8-5231 or I Music was under the directionof their sets they learned from i privilege.

ext. 619. I Mr. C. Edward Bryan and Captain Rice that (a) the Navy Traffic ViolationsListed Miscellaneous Offenses! : T*

MISCELLANEOUS I the Chapel Choir.Charter has a vital need for highly train below are the traffic Johnson, SD3, Speeding-10 days

L>at-One flat silver compact I e ed aircraft technicians; (b) that court penalties awarded at this I loss of driving privilege

inscription, USS Coral Sea Granted 2,000 such men are trained each I, station for the period of May 16 J. Britt, Civ., Sold car and failed -

1943-50. Finder call ext 219 on; month here in Jax, and (c) that i i to May 22, 1952: to notify change in Pass & ID

88-8030. B. Jensen. I (Continued from Page 1)) NATTCenter here gives "the best I Multiple Offenses: D. 1Iall'l Office-10 days loss of driving

Wanted Navy wife, or couple, 'I The various naval activities in training to the most men in the I I faulty equipment; no privilege.J. .

help drive, share expensesto this area covered by the Charter last time and lowest cost to the cense Restriction of car W. West, PN2, Improper r..

southern Calif.. Lv. May 30- issued to the Jax Navy Fed taxpayer." I, repaired and obtains valid Ii-I parking-5 days loss of driving

31. Lois McNaul, 5526 Lake- eral Credit Union have designated II No advance publicity was given ver's license. privilege. ...

wood Circle E. Ph. 9-6398. employees to assist in the the program, according to the I N. Mitchell, Insurance expired; i I I R. M. Layne, HN, Lost station
.1 2 riders wanted to Fort Worth completion of application cards I NATTCenter Public Information : lost station tag; failed to report tag-5 days loss of driving privilege -

Texas, weekend May 30. Con- and to accept the necessary fees. :1 office because it was designed to : 1952 state tag 10 days loss of ] .

tact Ens. Smith. Ph. ext. 8293. All persons handling funds for see just how effective the presentation I driving privilege I J. J. Brown AGAN, Faulty

Will help drive & share cxp. w,' the Credit Union are covered under would be. The PIO officeat S. Averbach, AEM2, Multiple equipment-car restricted from

anyone driving to Philadelphia.June I a blanket bond which became I the Center wrote the script I I. parking violations.5 days loss of station until repaired. .

7 & return June 21. A. J. effective with the approval

Gentner. Ph. ext. 8225. of the Charter by the Federal
Driver wanted- A woman w'2 Credit Union Bureau.

children for Mass. requests a Additional information con I r. a Is

woman to drive car north; will cerning the Federal Credit Union r

pay majority of expenses..Con and the necessary forms may be
tact Mrs. Wood. Ph. 83432. obtained from the Employee

Riders wanted to West Coast Services Office, Building 907, ex-
around June 1. Contact C.
tension 420 or trqm persons des-
Nalle A01.! Ph. 80631. ignated by the various activitiesto 3 ax
Passengers wanted to Calif. June
handle Credit Union matters.**
3-4. Mrs. Braun. Ph. 4-G771 or '.
9-9310. Hrs. 07301600. George Mills. r.-

Leaving for Calif. June 1. Riders Ph. ext. 373.:

wanted to share expenses. Call Ride wanted from Cecil Field toNS

Mrs. Peacock. Ph. 2-8344. I Hrs. 0730-1530. Lind ey.I >

Ph. 2-0625. ------
Riders wanted-Share exps.. going I r
north. Baltimore, Wash., I Baby sitter day or night. Mrs. ISROTHERS AT WORK-An old adage, "StrengthIn '
Phila, N.Y.C.. into Canada. I Dodd. Ph. 74788. 1 Unity," is substantiated by these two sets of brothers -
who work shoulder to shoulder at VF-171. Richard
June 12. Jl. K. Lambint. Shop Will exchange duty with anyoneat Swartz, YNT3 (left) and his brother Eugene, S.".
5216-B, O&R. Ph. 81153. I NAS Fleet activities. Ray I discuss their tasks in left vhoto. At right are the ..
Riders wanted from East Springfield mond L. Borgia! AMI, VA-2"5" I C.ignac brothers, Louis: (left) and Ray, both ADAN's
or downtown to NAS. I Oceana, Va. 1 who share the work load on a Corsair.