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: June 5, 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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Let Us Not Get Complacent About Blood Donations-Give!

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


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Program Extended Lindsay Commands


ReemphasizeAcuteness Marine Air Unit
At NATTCenter

Of Acquires New CO

Lt. Col. James C Lindsay j is

Blood NeedAn the new commanding officerof

the Marine Aviation De..
tachment at the Naval Ail-
appeal is again being Technical Training Center
sounded by the Armed Forces here.
Blood Donor Center here for
Lt. Col. Lindsay took full com-
volunteer blood donors from mand of the detachment reliev

the various departments of ing Major Norman O'Bryan who,
every command in this area. has assumed the duties of exec
Although newspapers talk of utive officer. The assignment of
peace, and actual fighting has Lt. Col. Lindsay as commanding

lulled, it is pointed out that officer reflects the current expansion -
there is still a war in Korea. Thet I of the Marine Aviation

acute need for blood is indicated Detachment, it was revealed.
: by an official memorandum ex- COMPLETE EXTENSION COURSE-Members of the Personnel Management class, one of the Lt. Col
I tending the blood donor I most popular of the seven college extension credit courses held at NATTCenter the past 16 weeks, Lindsay reported here
program of the Both military and civilian from previous duty Operations .
I turn in their final exam papers following: completion course. personnel as
beyond the original date of July I have taken advantage of the off-campuscourses for which students receive college credits. officer of Marine i Air
1952 indefinitely, and by the increased One of the students, Sam Whittington mechanic from Public Works (center right) hands in his final Group 13, based at Kaneohe, T.
quota here and at other I paper to class instructor Clarence Oliver of the University of Florida_ H. A veteran flyer of 14 years

installations. Reap College Credits he served in the Solomons and
College Study i other South Pacific Islands dur-
SINCE April this center's quo- ing World War II.

ta has been 120 pints daily a Info OfferedBy Second Off-Campus College He received the Distinguished

great increase above the 48 pint Flying Cross, Bronze Star, and
quota of the past several months. CounselorJohn Air Medal. He is a graduate of

Only one time has this 120 pint Miklos, head of the Syracuse University, Syracuse
been met since it Session Concluded Here
quota was established Military Extension Courses N. Y. .
One day last week .
Division of Florida will be on
volunteers numbered 122, but on hand next week to counsel and i I It's been graduation time this and last week for approximately Second AwardCommendation
other days the quota has been far advise personnel concerning I 135 military and civilian personnel who completed

short. college extension work. classes in seven college extension credit- courses conducted : To
The off-campus study classes at NATTCenter the past 16 weeks. -
WHEN the program was Initiated which closed the second With the last class expected to
here last fall, civilian and at the off-campus study classes Outstanding AO
be completed this week, plansare
military volunteers enthusiasti- semester here, are expected to here receive full college credit
resume in September. Person- already being formulated for through either the University of :
cally pushed the then ISO-pint .
the next extension course session StudentFor
nel contemplating study can
daily quota way over the top. Florida or Florida State Univer
which is expected to startin
consult Miklos at the follow
When the quota was decreased, September. sity. Students also receive grade the second time since the:
the enthusiasm, likewise seemedto ing times.: reports from the Extension div- opening of the Aviation Ordnance
suffer. I Monday, June 9-At NATT- representative Coming ision with a copy of the report (Class A) School at NATTCenter
Center Technical Library, John Miklos, representative of into the student's record.In .
Last November, when the local going an award was given to a studentfor
quota was cut the AmericanRed I Building 501, from 1100 to the General Extension Divisionof his visit here next week outstanding leadership ability
I Florida will be aboard the station
Cross took over the job of 1700. Miklos hopes to learn what and devotion to duty. I
I June 9, 10 and 11 to i
procuring blood donors to keep Tuesday, June 10-At Main- on courses will be most in demand Walter: E. Golsan, AOAN, wa
the supply going to Korea. Recently side Education Center Build- counsel and advise personnel I' and approximately the number presented: the commendation by

a Defense Department letter ing 955; 1100.1300 and 1500- concerning the next session.I of people expecting to attend. Lt. (jg) Dean W. Miller, AOA( ) i
(Dates and times of the
was sent to military installa- 1800.Wednesday repre-I As in the past, courses will be Assistant Training officer, at last wweek's
tions again seeking the all-out June 11 At sentative's appearance open to all service personnel, i graduation ceremony.
aii of military personnel to fill Hospital Educational Service be found in the box on the left.) I I their dependents and Civil Serv- a .

the-quota that the Red Cross had Office: 09001100. The sixteen week courses just ice personnel. The award reads as follows:
Wednesday, June 1 I-Civil- completed were highly successful -
been unable to obtain. Management Class PopularOf "You have just completed a
a a I. ian employees, Room 8, Build- A number of original en- the courses Just completedthe : course of instruction in the Aviation .

TilE NUMBER of blood donors ing 167, 1300-1600 and Room rollees failed to complete their Personnel Management class I Ordnance School (Class A').

needed from the various depart I 225, Building 907 16001700. study, due to transfers but most finished with the greatest percentage I During this course of instructionyou
of the at full I I
ments aboard the station is pub- were or of enrollees with but a acted as class leader of your
lished in the plan of the day. 'I near original strength. I few dropping out of a class of 40. I class. While attending school your
EM Nominations I
Each department is urgently requested -II College Credits Other classes taught during the leadership ability and devotionto

to send, its full quota All students completing courses I (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 2)) duty have made you, by far,
each day in order that the Blood For Prep School I II the most outstanding class It ad.
Center can maintain its high I el in the school. You are hereby

standard obligation.of efficiency in meetingits I LDO Now OpenThe commended for. *your* work here.

Every person in this area, civ- I Information and Education "It is considered that your efforts -
ilian and military, should do his Office at NATTCenter has contributed materially to

-art in volunteering blood. revealed the eligibility require- ." the success and high morals of

I ments for candidates for the Uni- not only your class, but the entire -
ted States Preparatory School school. Your conduct has
Air News
lax and the limited duty officer's been at all times in accordancewith

Needs Writers program which is under way. I the highest traditions of the
I Naval Service. Congratulations. It
Nominations of enlisted -
How would you like to be a is hoped that your conduct and
to participate in the exam-
staff member of what is con-
your work will continue at the
ination for entrance to the U. S.
'sidered one of the top news- Naval Preparatory School as can- high level you have set for your
papers in the military establishment didates for appointment to the .t 1 self."-Signed: Lcdr John H.
l Mills, Training officer of the
Naval Academy by the Secretaryof J ( !
The JAX AIR NEWS is in the Navy have begun at the l t w Aviation Ordnance School (Clas*' \
need of reporters and writers. A).
Center. The examination will be ,
is .
Although experience pre- ---- --
given July 7, 1952.
ferred, it Is not absolutely WEATHEU
Eligibility requirements are:
necessary. a a. Friday-Cloudy with :afternoon

Personnel interested in join- 1. Enlisted men of the Regular OUTSTANDING STUDENT-Walter E. Golsan, AA, ii pre- showers, South winds.
ing the staff, or becoming Navy and Marine Corps and I sented a commendation from Lt. (jg) Dean Miller, assistant Train Saturday-Partly cloudy,. with
journalists, can get in touch members of Reserve components ing: officer of the Aviation Ordnance (A) School at NATTCenter, SE winds.
with the editor in Building I as outstanding student of his class. Golsan was awarded the commendation Sunday Scattered clouds will
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thereof, including naval reserv-
.. -330;) topside. for leadership. This is the second such award presented .
(Please Turn to Page 2, Col.( 3) I at the school light variable winds.:

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5 June 1952
Page Two JAX AIR NEWS ..

:I EM Nominations '52 Election Data Told For

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ists on continuous active duty in :
connection with the Naval Reserve i I Minnesota and The DakotasBy

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air program, who are serving ,

Station. Jacksonville Fla.NAST, Jacksonville on active duty, other than trail ( Armed Forces Press Service)
.. ing duty, at the time of the July
T. Commanding
Capt. Douglas Day
applies to Armed Forces personnel, dependents
This voting information -
Comdr. James H. Armstrong ._. Executive OfficerLt. examination are eli ible for consideration
Dave Barksdale .... '_ ...,....... ..Public Information Officer for nomination. residing with Armed Forces personnel and U. S. citizens
Fleet Air Jacksonville attached to and serving with the U. S. Armed Forces beyond the
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison .. Commander 2. Be a citizen of the United continental limits of the U. S., unless otherwise: specified. These

Capt. Howard V. Hopkins...___..______.. Chief of Staff States. persons include civilians employed by the Department of the Army,
Air Eleven
Fleet Wing
Capt. Jesse S. McClure _.._..-..._ ....-.- -._.... ??..-...._ Commander 3. Be of officer caliber. Navy, and Air Force, the Marine Corps and the Coast Guard; and
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer 4. Must not have reached twei personnel of the American Red Cross and USO. For additional election
Naval Air Technical Training Center ty-second birthday on or before information consult your voting officer.
Capt. Lester K. Rice Commanding Officer
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart ____.__._. Executive Officer 1 July 1953.
Naval Hospital MINNESOTAThe age or\,date of election.
Capt Dwieht J. Wharton Commanding Officer 5. Have completed at leas t ( Gopher State) 2. Must be a U. S. citizen
.._ _...... Executive Officer ,"
Capt. T. F. Weinert
"" .r.------------------- school
NARTD three years of a high Qualifications for Voting ing resided in the State of No

Capt. Easton B. Noble Commanding Oflcer course or the equivalent, and 1. Must be at least 21 years of Dakota for a period of one ye;
Comdr.. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer have received credit for satisfactorily age on the day following election. in the county of residence for 90

Editorial! offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions completing two yearsof 2. Must be a U. S. citizen have days and in the voting precinct
8184 and 216. either algebra or geometry, cone ing resided in the State of Minnesota for 30 days. ,
n>. JAX AIR NEWS It CMblUhefl weeny it the U. S. Naval Air Station year of each of both algebra for a period of six months Registration
Jacksonville Florida, and printed appropriated funds
at no expert to the government nrrm: INlnc.I with NAVEXOS: P35. Rev. and geometry. and in the election district for 30 1. No registration is required
Nov.Naval IMS.Air Reserve Copies' art Training distributed Unit. tree Naval ot Auxlll charge.: r..at Ar the Station.Naval' Air Cecil Station Field... and the 6. Be able to pass required days. for federal or state 'elections.

the U. S. Naval' Hospital physical; 20/20 uncorrect ,d, and 3. Must be registered voter, :if However, certain municipalitiesmay
Editor-Andrew H. Planev
Bixiones JOSN be able to read 17 out of 20 on residence is in city or village require registration for local -
Staff Members: Marian Sprenger JO3; Mary ;
Dave Devroy, SN; John Charvat AN; Barbara Tomlmson. SN; the color charts. having a population of 10,000 or elections only, and if this is
Helen Harper. 7. Be selected by the Bureau more. the case, the county auditor will
The JAX AIR NEWS is' a member Of Tie Armed Forces Press Sen'Ice.
AFPS material appearing In this publication mar not withoutthe of Naval Personnel on the basis Registration notify affected persons after re-
written permission: I or Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other ''of a competitive mental' examination 1. Registration is permanent ceipt of ballot application.
matter, except by serxlce publications. Is prohibited without permission of
Editor JAX AIR. NEWS for which candidate must unless a person has failed to vote Obtaining Ballots and Voting
be recommended by his commending at least once during two consec- 1. Members of the Armed

officer. utive years in which electionswere Forces, "certain Merchant Ma-

REP JfillTON 8. Be unmarried and never held. rine personnel, certain civilians"and
= I
I T have been married. Any qualified person may eligible dependents of the

Any enlisted personnel wish register by absentee process b;)' personnel are eligible to vote by
ing to apply or who desires more requesting a Registration Application absentee ballot in any election.'
By Armed Forces Press Service) I or after June 27, 1950. information may contact Geneva Form from the city clerkor 2. Application for absente

The following bills of interest I Ball, PNT1, Building 501, Room the commissioner of registration ballot may be made at any time
to Service Personnel were recently I' of Minnesota .
The keel of the Nautilus, the 108. county residence by mailing executed FederalPost
introduced in Congress: Navy's first atomic-powered sub Information concerning appointments at least 90 days in advance Card Application (Standard
1. A bill to authorize additional promotions and retirement of election. Form must be auditor
Form to
76)) county ,
marine, will be laid in June, the
pay for combat duty performed and returned to election officials at
Department of the Navy has an general provisions county of North Dakota resi-
by members of the uniformed I nounced. The new craft may be of the Limited Duty officer program I least 20 days before any election. dence. Marked ballots must be

services in Korea. I ready for testing sometime in may be obtained from the Obtaining Ballots and Voting received by election officials not
2. A bill to provide for the 1954. Education and Information officer 1. Members of the A r m e d later than 20 days after election
promotion, precedence, constructive c Building 500. Forces and "certain Merchant
credit, distribution, retention I Marine personnel" may make application day.SOUTH
Maj. Gen. William K. Harrison
and elimination of officersof for absentee ballots for
Jr. has been named to sue for Voting ,
the Reserve components of use in any election by mailing
the Armed Forces of the U. S. ceed Vice Adm. C. Turner Joy as Federal Post Card Application 1. Must be at least 21 years of

3. A bill to extend benefits of chief of the United Nations) (Standard Form 76)) to county age on day of election.
the Veterans Preference Act of Command Korean armistke del auditor, county of Minnesota 2. Must be a U. S. citizen hav-

. 1944 to persons serving in the egation, the Department of Defense MAINSIDEThursday residence, as early as 30 days in ing resided in the U. S. for five

Armed Forces after the termination announces. Gen. Harrisonhas June 5 advance of election. Marked bal- I years, in the State of South Da-
of the state of between been a member of the Allied kota for in a countyof
war Montana Territory ..._.. lots must be received by elec- one year
the U. S. and Japan priorto team since January. Admiral! I Lon McAllister tion judges not later than day of South Dakota for 90 days, and

July 2, 1945. Joy who recommended Gen. Friday, June 6 election. I in the election precinct for 30

4. A bill to authorize the Army Harrison as his successor, will Clash By Night --._____.. 2. Any other qualified person days.
Medical Graduate School to depart June 9 for his new as- -. .... Barbara Stanwyck may also vote by absentee ballot, 3. Must be a registered voter.
award master-of-science degreesin 'signment as superintendent of Saturday, June 7 provided he is within the conti- Registration

medicine, dentistry veterinary the U. S. Naval Academy at The[ Scandal Sheet ...................... nental limits of the U. S. Sucha 1. Registration is permanent
medicine and biological Annapolis, Md.. _...._.... Broderick Crawford voter should have a memberof unless a person has changed his
sciences involved in health serv- Sunday, June 8 his immediate family make place of residence from one vot-

ices. Former American and Filipino Scaramouche, .. Stewart Granger application for ballot at county ing precinct to another or has
5. A bill to authorize paymentin POWs inhumanly treated or required Monday, June 9 of residence. Application will be changed his political affiliation.

the case of certain officers of to do forced labor whilein The[ Clouded Yellow _.... .._._. accepted as early as 30 days be- 2. All persons may accomplish
the Army of the U. S. separted enemy hands can expect payment ... Jean Simmons Fore election and marked ballot Initial registration or reregistra-
with impaired hearing, of sums on their claims to begin Tues & Wed. June 10-11 must be received by proper official tion by absentee process. Letter

equal to the pay allowances they sometime in midsummer, accord Lydia Bailey, .. Dale Robertson not later than election day. I of application should be addressed -
would have received if they had ing to an estimate by the War NATTCENTER NORTH DAKOTA to the county auditor, county

been hospitalized in accordancewith Claims Commission. The law Thursday, June 5 of residence, with a request for
administrative requirementsprior stipulates that $1.50 daily shall Kangaroo, Maureen O'HaraFriday (TIe Sioux State) "Registration Affidavit Form."
to separation. be paid former POWs for inhuman June 6 Qualifications for Voting Such application should be made

6. A bill to provide increasesin treatment and or forced labor The Scandal Sheet, ...... ......__._. 1. Must be at least 21 years of : at least 90 days in advance of

the rates of death compensation I they sustained while held by _. _.. .Broderick Crawford : election. Applicant should mail
payable to certain widows the enemy. The project is expected Saturday, June 7 completed; registration form to

and children of veterans of to involve approximately Clash By Nigbt .. ..........._...__ proper officials prior to the 20th
WWI and WWII or of service on 132,000 Americans and 100,000 Barbara Stanwyck day before any election.
Filipinos and cost an estimated Sunday, June 8 Obtaining "Ballots and Voting
$92,000,000. 1. Any person who may be absent -
Red Planet MarsAndrea King
)' from his South Dakota voting
I1C'DIVINEJ Mon. & Tues. June 9-10 : -
) Approximately 10,000 officers Scaramouche, -. Stewart Granger place on election day may
(SERVICES'Protestant have received battlefield promo- Wednesday June 11 vote by absentee ballot.

tions since; the start of the Korean The Clouded Yellow"... ..._...., ., 2. Members of the Armed
conflict, Gen. J. Lawton forces, "certain Merchant M .
Jean Simmons
0830-Saints Morning Chapel.Services, All- Collins, Army Chief of Staff, has NAVAL HOSPITAL nine personnel" and "certain ci,
announced. He added that almost ilians"
may request absentee
D9'5-Naval Hospital Chapel. Thursday, June 5
D930-Sunday School. Smrll Cha 2,000 enlisted men have been Carson. City .._h. Randolph Scott lots by mailing a completed Federal -
pel. awarded battlefield commissions. June 6 Post Card Application
1045-All Saints ChapeL a Friday,
(Standard Form 76) to county
Catholic Beware My Lovely __..Ida LupinoSat.
Applications are desired from a i u d i t o r, county of residence..
0830 and 0930-Mass, St. Ed- & Sun. June 7-8
ward's Chapel. Naval Reserve dental officers Kangaroo, .. ....Maureen O'Hara Marked ballots must be receivedby
0930-St, Edwards' Chapel (Cate- who wish to be appointed in the June 9Red appropriate official not later
chism Class). Dental Corps the than-day of election.
Regular Navy ,
1030-Mass. St. Edward's ChapeL Planet Mars__ ..Andrea King
of the Navy has sta- 3. Other 'applyfor
0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL Department Tuesday, June 10 persons may

Christian Science ted. Officers serving on active Clash By Night .. x. .. ........__._ absentee ballot by addressing
Tuesday-2000 at NATTC Chaplain's duty in the grades of lieutenant .. ... Barbara Stanwyck 'OUTSPEEDS' BULLETSIna a letter of request to county auditor -
MormonThursday1930NATTC Dffice. ([junior grade) and lieutenant Wednesday, June 11 split-second exposure, the : county of South Dakota residence -
Chap- may apply if they are under 37 Scaramouche, Stewart Grangerand unique phenomenon of a plane as early as 70 days before .
racing ahead of its own bUl- election.
lain's Office. '.years. of age.e e that no further recommendations lets is 'apparently recorded.... any .
JewishDiscontinued The tracer streaks from the
for the summer The Marine Corps recently announced are desired. Personnel who six 20-mm cannon registered The old naval frigate was the
months. that it has indefinitely have been recommended but not on the film before the F-89 was cruiser of her day. She had one
Christian Science suspended its program for appointment yet selected "will not be consid- "frozen" by a powerful high- gun deck below "her spar-deck

1'uesday-1900 at NATTC Chap 'I of enlisted personnel to ered": unless the "program should speed in the night stroboscopic sky over light the firing flash, or topmast deck, and

lain's Office. the rank of second lieutenant be reopened. I range of Edwards AFB, Calif. carried from 28 to 44 gene1J



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5 June__1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three ::1

I For TheRECORD Bicycles To 20-Ton a :

I I Special l Shp; 'Doctors7 Heavy equipment w :. '1 1It

(By Armed Forces Press Service)

Established in 1928, the annual was a welcomed day last crawler tractors and crash I

awards by the Academy of Mo- September when homeless em- cranes. All internal combustion I,

tion Picture Arts and Sciences ployees of the Heavy Equipment engines of auxiliary power units I

have become occasions of national Repair Section moved into their are also repaired in the shop.

interest. How much do you new Building 195. I In addition, the shop repairs

know about the history of this When the Naval Air Technical all the locomotives and rolling

annual event? Training Center returned to stock for the station railroads,

QUESTIONS Jacksonville and took over its all the -plane handling tractors

1. Janet Gaynor won the first quarters this group and equipment operated by the Overhaul and i"A 2; ,
Academy Award for an actress. was scattered around the Repair Department warehouse rr

Who won the first actor's award? base. I trains and tractors operated by

2. Only once since its origin Now centralized under one the Supply Department, and re-

t has a father-son combinationbeen roof twenty-three civilian work builds all small engines. sCorner

in the winner's circle. Who ers and two Sea Bees attachedto *

were they and what was the pic- the shop, maintain and repair TilE AUTOMOTIVE units m...._...__.__m-_,..-....---,-.....---
ture? 355 pieces of heavy and miscel- routed to the shop periodically are view shows part of the parking lot where numerous
3.* One actor, one actress and laneous equipment used by the vehicles in need of repairs await check-up at the Heavy Equipment'shop. I
one director had the distinctionof numerous departments on the for safety checks. Each day five Shop mechs repair and maintain 355 pieces of heavy and
1,000 mile inspections are made. miscellaneous equipment, ranging from scooters to 20-ton cranes.it .
winning awards two ina station.
At this time, the oil brakes,
row. Who were they? is towed into the shop. 6,000 items are stocked, with
steering operation, belts fans
4. Ham l Jet" garnered five AMONG TilE 110 different When the machine arrives at parts valued at many thousandsof
spark plugs checked with
awards in 1948. Is this a record? types of equipment the shop are the shop, job repair cards are dollars. Material includes ev-
other accessories, and lubrication
5: One actor and two directorsare maintains is everything from bicycles assigned by the snapper. AlbertD. erything from bicycle parts to
changes made.
the only possessors of three scooters and grass cutting Dixon is the snapper in chargeof 20-ton crane parts.
awards. Name them. equipment up to plane handling Once each week a 6,000 mile the tractor and small engine The Heavy Equipment Repair

(Answers on Page 8, Col. 1) tractors, weight handling cranes, check is given one of the units. shop. Joseph M. Hulbert snap- Section is a part of the Trans- :
This inspection includes a com- per, assigns all heavy weight portation Division of the Public j

rzz plete overhaul of the machine, handling and construction equip- Works De par t men t. Ronald j

rp with repairs made and parts re- ment in the crane shed. Butcher, leadingman machinist,
placed as necessary to put it in oversees the shop. Lt. (jg) Don-

tip-top condition. IN REPAIRING equipment, ald O. Taber is the transportation

Machinery is routed to the mechanics requisition parts from superintendent; James D. Brid-

shop by two methods. For per- the shop store. Turley M. Debe- gers, quarterman automotive is i

r iodic checks John F. Anderson, vois, assisted by Howard W. immediate supervisor, and Willie f

;;, rrrr a shop employee, contacts the de- Crews, handle over 100 issues of A. Dauphin is foreman in charge

partments requesting the unit this type per day. Approximatelylove. of transportation. \.
due this overhaul. ,

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SECONDARY in the event a -
piece of equipment fails, and -

can't be driven to the shop, a

mechanic is sent out to repair it ,
AffS. in the field. If this is impossible, I

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Chiefs Learning
I av a x'o'o'oA
: Light Fantastic
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aas The Murray WayAny J
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i chiefs interested in learn. IF

ing to dance? Arthur Murray ,
Studio instructors will be on

Rebuilt engines stacked at the Heavy Equipment shop are hand from 2000 until 0100 next I t
ready for immediate installation in tractors, pick-up trucks fire Saturday at the Chief's Club to''
I engines, gasoline trucks and other automative equipment. Over demonstrate various steps and to I ,
6.000 other items are also stocked and ready for issue. Ronald Yij
from Howard Crews of exhibit some of their more pro
Butcher (left) requests a rebuilt engine fII
the Shop stores.Traffic ficient pupils. I
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Following the exhibition a reg.
Marine Corps Tests
Violations ular dance will be held free of

Listed below are the traffic I Lightweight HelmetThe charge to all chiefs and their N'

awarded at this guests. |I
court penalties marine of tomorrow may
station for the period of May 23 Dancing classes are held evj,j
be wearing Trojantype.helmet in the Chief'sClub xa
to May 29, 1952. ery
according to reports from the by Arthur Murray instruc i
Offenses: T. J. Graff
Multiple -- -

TD1, speeding; faulty equipment.CO BodyArmor tors.A. William Hester, shop mechanic, checks warehouse crane after \
for action; car restricted un- band will also be suppliedby replacing boom cable and guide rollers. This machine broke down j']

til repaired.T. and Wound the dance school. In field and was sent to the shop for repairs.. ---. -
Ballistics I -
C. Hill AA, loaned car with.

lost out giving station written tag; faulty permission equipment -; Center Research- i II Newest Novels On Library Shelves ) ftIIIIIt J;

t. 5 days loss of driving privilege of the Na- i .
i-:, car restricted until repair val Medi- I Carriers of the disease "LI- I j jA
Armed Forces Press Service)
:. ed.C. cal Field brarylure" should not be at liberty "Caroline Hicks", by Walter 1
B. Adams failed to notify Karig, author of "Battle Re- total of 108 senior medical
Research unless accompanied by a
who will from
Pass & ID upon sale of car; tag ports", gives you a story of a students
Lab 0 r a- good book. Tolerance to this various medical colleges and .1
used illegally on new car; 5 days Tomorrow' Helmet? tory.The disease can be built up by read- small town girl in the Dept. of schools throughout the U. S. in _
loss of driving privilege.M. the latest fiction Interior in Washington. D. C 1952, have been accepted for in'i
Camp LeJeune, N. C., unit ing some of terne traininng at U. S. naval '!
R. Bennett AA driving Is currently developing new books that have been added to "The Holy Sinner", by Thomas hospitals beginning July 1, 1952, "
Hill's (above) car without writ- helmet for Marine amphibious assault the NAS library in Building 3, Mann. A book based on the med the Navy has announced. at

t'ten permission; lost station tag; troops, designed to be much Mainside.The ieval legend of "the exceeding )

', 10 days loss of driving privilege. I lighter, give more protection, ( following list will aid mercy of God and the birth of The Navy M e d ic a 1 Depart .a"
Miscellaneous Offenses: C. M. the blessed Pope Gregory". ment's training film "Compli-
failedto more comfort and better balance. you in your choice). cated Exodontia"i has been
Arias, insurance ; Materials to be used in theew !. "The Devil's Advocate" written awarded the 1951 Silver Award
in'alloted time 5 days "The Slant of The Wind", Is a
renew ; headpiece are nbw being tested. by Taylor Caldwell is the (first prize) for dental films at
loss of driving privilege. swift-moving sea 'story by Gar- the International Exhibition of I
The Center also developed the story of Andrew Durant and how
E. B. Williams, insurance ex- land Roark, with a setting in Cinematographis Art held at
.\' Marine Corps body armor and is in the year 1870 he and the Australia. Venice, Italy. This marked the
I Aired, referred to Dept Head for the only Service laboratory de- Minute Men worked to over Me second time that a Navy Dental
i "The Stranger Beside ,
Ii action. has the award.
of the dictatorship film won.
design the
to the tyranny
voted come
a: l S/Sgt. R. T. White, lost sta- and development exclusively of light body that ruled our country. I author of "Woman of Property" .r<<

!; tion tag 5 days. loss of driving Mabel Seeley writes of a strange Vice Adm. Robert P. Briscoeis e
privilege. ) idealistic marriage. scheduled to relieve Vice Adm .\
..- J. E. Jackson, insurance expired "Hold Back The Night" by "The Houses In Between", by Charles Turner Joy as Commander '

'f' ; referred to Dept head for "I know an artist who painteda Pat Frank, author of "Mr. Howard Spring, author of "My U.sometime.S. Naval this Forces, Far '

. action.F. cobweb so real that a maid Adam", is a novel about a Ma- Son, My Son" gives you a pan- Adm.East Briscoe has been summer.commanding ,

G. Westmoreland, AKAN spent .an hour trying- to get it rine Captain and his company in orama of life in England with the Seventh Fleet ;

faulty equipment; car restricted down.. Korea. Sarah Rainborough. since March. '

from station until repaired.J. "Sorry, but I don't believe The End Of The Affair", by "Windom's Way", by James. .
you" Graham Greene. The story of a Ramsey Ullman is the story of an Al: "Some of the best cooks in
W. Ham, driver of car owntJ. -
world in the
ed by Westmoreland (above); "Why not Artists have been love affair and of how it changed American doctor serving in a remote the are Navy"Pal >

. lame penalty as applied to West known to do such things. from love to hate and back again and tropical part of Southern : Is that so? What are theydoing

Moreland. "Yes, but not the maids." I'but in the last instance to divine Asia. ? ,

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VF-J03 VP-5, Fasron 9. VA-J75 Fasrori 109 Report 'i -

I CPO Nolest .

Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons i -

Neil Murphy BMC, NAS chief.

master-at-arms is the new club '

YF-103 Lcdr. Knight President; vice-president is Mac
A total of 82 enlisted men have
for with VF-103 Andrews of Operations; Joe .
reported duty ,
one of the squadrons of Carrier Joins VA-175 As Kaufman and Othor Hardberger, ,

Air Group 10 which was commissioned both AEC's of ATTC, are the two

1. incoming Board of Governors, \:
at Cecil Field May
+ New SkipperLcdr. while Ed Lappart was're-elected
Latest men to join I .

lire: James Britton, ; I Ross A. Knight, a veteranof to represent MAD. '
The Board of Governors
don L. Ginn, AOU3; some of the worst fighting in continued rec
ommended'that Bingo be
Frewton AD1 and World War II, relieved Comdr.
Kresmery, AD2. Malcolm E. Wofle as skipper of on Tuesday and Fridays. The
Jackpot is substantially increased
Robert C. Ingram, Attack Squadron 175 last week. I.
each night. Bingo will be con
been sent on TAD Commander Wolfe under
tinued two nights a week until
ron 9 Supply I whose supervision the squadron the next General Assembly is

with the work load won the coveted Navy Battle convened. .

putting on Fasron 9. I Proficiency "E", left for Fensa- The Arthur Murray Studio is ,

A number of cola to assume duties as training sponsoring a dance at the club li\; :
partment personnel .-. .. officer at Barin Field. f
Saturday night. There will be two ''i ;,
given a three day NEW SKIPPER-Lcdr. Ross A. Knight (right) I Entering the Naval Academyin bus loads of gorgeous gals from t .. :
handshake from Comdr. Malcolm C. ,'
course at NARTU. 1938 Lcdr. graduated will exhibition '
change-of-command ceremonies last week at Knight uptown. There be
completing the : Wolfe, commanding officer of the CAG-17 unit in the latter part of 1941 and was dancing and fun for all. Dance
fred D. Stapp, ATAN; relinquished his command to Lcdr. Knight. I assigned to the USS Vincennesand starts at 2045.

Klingbiel, ATAN; I '. the Comdr. saw action in the Pacific. Two casualties were tallied for .
mustered cording report
Hudson AEAN; the "quarter.I Lawrence B. Williamson, com I When Major General Jimmy the club over the holidays. "<
A BAN Thomas P. ;
; recited an ap manding officer read to all Doolittle left the decks of the M/Sgt. Ed Spahr, and his fishing \.'

A03; Frank Priest, ; I and presented hands from Capt. Howard V. j USS Hornet for his famous raid crony, tried fishing at the Jetties j'.
don L. Ginn, ;
Perrault, AT3 and gift. Comdr. Hopkins i acting CommanderFleet over Tokyo in May of 1942, the on Sunday. Both returned
the activi Air Jacksonville. Vincennes was one of the ships with bruises and bandages.
Package Store hours are from
Lt. Evans Sans of minor discrepancies protecting the carrier.
a couple -
Lt. John A. Kane 1400 to 1800 week days. On
featured the of 1944 Lcdr. Knight on
the squadron would July saw
Harold E. Swartz and the Com- probably have received the mark enrolled in the Navy flight train Saturdays the store is open from .. I 4
handling the 1200 to 1600. It is closed on Sun '
tional with Efficiency "E" I of "Outstanding". In his speech ing program. Shortly before
program I Comdr. Williamson stated, graduating in 1945 he was ele- day.The

success. Exams for 23 division is "Much credit is due everyone in vated to the rank ,of Lieutenant repaint job on the.... first
for petty officer 3rd, I deck and galley furniture will be
two of its per I the squadron in making it possible Commander.
for the coming July I finished in the near future .
T. Taylor, to an "Excellent." Since earning his wings, he' '
been ordered. Tests
the swimming pool will be
Carlton Me- In his report, Capt. Hopkins has had duty aboard the USS open
given to five men from 1000 to 2100. All minors t'
is sporting included, "My opinion of the Corregidor as Navigator; as Executive ',
ment to grade E-
pay will have to leave the pool at
while Me- squadron as an effective unit of Officer of VBF-75 aboardthe
VP-5 four pom- the fleet and as a'-result of this' USS Roosevelt from Marchof 1700.

With many Saturday inspection and upon personal ob- 1946 to June of 1948:; with the NATTC Jacksonville, and Robert

Squadron 5 taking of 24 pounds. servation since 24 Jan. 1952, is advanced training command at Lockett, AM3 who came here for

time of the year, VP-5's Per- classed as Excellent." Jacksonville and Pensacola from duty from VX-4 at Patuxent

of) vacation fun are his wife Jean, In a terrific Men's City Soft '48 to '51 and later as ships operations River, Md.Leaving.

Lt. ''Rip" Warlick of a new ball tilt Monday night at Lack- I officer on the staff of the squadron and the

Grande, Fla., and She was awanna, pitcher Al Bullard, who I Commander Air Force Atlantic Navy also was John Lazopoulos,

pound tarpon. He May 23 fanned 26 batters won his i Fleet. CSG who went to the Separa-

be a converted ., 6 obs. own ball game with a single to tion Center last week. Other personnel
the one-strippers were upped in
Don Anderson from second
score departing were: Pasquale
man. Take heed, you officer's
rank on the last
9 base, as Cecil nipped Lake Shore promo- Russo, AN to Class "A" AT
sportsmen. tionaf list. New Lt. (jg's) of the
Ensign Howard year, Fasron 9 Baptist, 10. I School, NATTC, Memphis, Tenn.
squadron are: Bergman,
of "Excel I and Charles Elliott AM2 to VJ-
now on TAD orders
Floyd T. Bryan, Jr., Charles Gibson -
VA 175
inspection, 62.
tion Ordnance school Bob Pelton, Don Sattler, Edward
Both single and yankeel"s receive VA-175 is today a squadron Gruenvvald Bob Alex I Breaking up the routine of everyday
mark ac- without an Ensign. Thirteen of : work was a highly successful -
pilots are taking the
I ander, Francis I Cahill, Bob
'which provides ten In His Blood'I Sample, Joe Sherin, Ken Temple- squadron party given at
the Hotel Roosevelt last week.
centrated ordnance
ton, Tom Jenike, and Robert
VP-5's Electronics I I .
John ''Bull" Evans Owner' Finishes I Fasron 109
I Bolstering the squadron's enlisted
detached to the Fasron 109's "nuclear nine"
roster are: Douglas W.
Memphis, Tenn. In a Federal Service Here Barnes, ATAN; William V. Dev- copped third place in the first
party at the skeet round of the station intramural
II ereaux, ATAN; Richard J. Koe- '
urday night, lad with --- Softball play. The only cry con
I ice for a 10-year absence, during nig, ATAN; Jerry A. Martin,
and their wives in his blood' cerning the entire team endeavor -
which time he and his ATAN; and Donald K. O'Kane
well ceremonies.The I I career which I is the lack: of spectator par-
I brother operated their own business ATAN, all of whom came to VA-
Naval :;
squadron's week at ticipation.
Zimm returned to Civil 175 from duty with FAETU-

Service in 1936. LANT NAS, Norfolk, Va. Regardless of the standing of a m

attached to His retirement now gives I James E. Ray, AO1; and Rob ball club, "the applause that re-

Printing Zimm a chance to fulfill plans ert J. Wilson, A01, have returned I I freshes" is always appreciatedby

after 30 years made for building his own fish to duty after a course in Mine I the players. With the multitudes -

camp on McCullough Creek, 22 Warfare at Yorktown, Va. of "white hats" and officers y

miles south of Jacksonville Other new faces in the squad in Fasron 109 it shouldn't be +

SALTY HUMOR trained early where he says "the bass. bite all I ron are: John Schunk, AOAA, too difficult to muster a good

HERE AND at that time year 'round., and John Dyer AOAA from sized cheering section.;

I St. Augustine That beast of burden, the stork,

"Give me a Senator from left another bundle, this time at ;
Bible. is a station the home of Lawrence and Mrs. '

"Judas went out i came to Jax Sullivan. His rigging skill wasn't r '

himself of required in the delivery.- '.

"And another one? The well worn welcome mat i i.

'Go thou and do of Zimm's once again dusted off, this

a brief cere- for Joe Williams; AD1; Sampson

With all his Lewis, ADI; Bill Leigh, HM2; ,

Know: "I hear the print shop I a John Norwocki, SA; Ralph Mal. :

a new campaign presented a peso, SA; Jim Wilkes, SA; N. "
Don't Know: "Dear } Federal Service I "
Stephanchik, SA; John Ferrara,

have the Malarians Clarence ,1 \ L r SA and Al Schultz, AOC, who

have reported aboard recently,
An Atlanta, Ga., cop "'
as a printer Bob Brake, A02 joined the ;
to persuade a -
crawl back from government widening ranks of brown bag ;r
was called into gers when he married the former -
ledge. "Think of '
for a year's I : Miss Shirley Mae Butler] of ."'-'
family, he pleaded. I ., i
S. C. North Carolina.
"Haven't any" Jackson, I 'J ;
1- Fasron 109 lost two of her best .
"Well think of
Jricnd.", from the Army i I ]last week when Jesse Garland 'r/. ,
ADI and Bob ADI ,
"I hate women." billet was I RETIRES AFTER 30-Retiring after 30 years Civil Service, Cortopassi, t'
"All right," said C. where he Raymond II, ZImm (right) receives the 30-year Federal Service left for VF172.
"Think in a government i pin from leadingman-printer Clarence Cooper. Zimm, who has A welcome sight is Bill
desperately transfer- spent most of his life in the printing trade was attached to the Stephensin ADC who is back i r
:Lee! was Sixth Naval District Printing Office. lie is one of the station's the squadron after a long sta i I
"Who in thunder by re- "plank owners," having served here since the station was com )
at the NAS sick -
"Jump you dirty serv- ; missioned.! bay.'t .

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uamaantmllnlnmlmsnoumalmuuai'mtlamannls+lNaaamlwuswrrl 1.rt11tWit'I Training Center's :
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WAVEWAYS Lounge Observes 1,

First Birthday ;
Despite Inclement w eat her i Entertainment and refresh.

conditions, everything went ao s $J ments were featured in the simple t'
.'}r}y cording to schedule at the '"Skirt! rs ceremony held last Thurs- i

. .ifj. Ahoy" premiere. Judging from day to commemorate the first I
spectators': comments, the Waves; birthday of the NATTCenter '

0 f'' ': were well received and everyone Servicemen's Lounge.Lt. .

. L enjoyed the evening's entertain. Fred Marconi, NATTC

\ ment. Special Services officer,

"Those wedding bells art ing at the celebration, presidr.:1'
breaking up that old gang of first piece of cake

mine"-Marian Sprenger, JOB Eulalee McHugh, hostess I'

1 extraordinary, will become the lounge, served refreshments. '

.t June Bride of Tom Glennon, JO2,, Manuel Miranda, TE2 from .

.{ I of ComFair Jax PIO, Saturday,,, ComFairJax, sang a few numbers "
June 7 at the Protestant Chapel, for the anniversary pro

There must be an easier way to gram. He was accompanied by-

miss locker inspection! George Shepard of the ANP( )

Now that barracks 722 has acquired School. .

I' ,. a ping pong table practice The lounge, located in Build-
sessions are in order for "a ing 593, affords many recreational
: tentative tournament between FIRST BIRTHDAY-Lt. Fred Marconi, Special Services officer at NATTCenter, cuts the specially activities plus writing
prepared cake at the first birthdayprogram held at the Enlisted Lounge at the Training:
;\ 'J' NATTC and NAS Waves. Anyone Marconi hostess at assists in the tables for letter writing and
Center. Mrs. Eulalee McIIugh. (right of Lt. ), the lounge, cere-
i',;ta..;, for chess? mony. study. A messenger is always

f ) available to deliver messages
r I _y t. What could be more relaxing Special Glass Guards received at the lounge. Visitorsare

.'\ on a lazy Sunday afternoon than Atom Plant Employees VJ-2 Now Attaining RecognitionFor always welcome and many
to hear soft music in the back servicemen meet their relativesand
'. ground while reading your favorite Savannah Rher, S. C. (AFPS) Humanitarian Contributions friends at the lounge.

book or just lounging -Ten-ton protective glass win I I ,
Little Clifford Mulky, Jr., ten. Vice Adm. Wright To I
around? From the repercussionsthat dows will protect atom plant in a local paper last week.

were heard over the week workers from high-level gamma year-old Jacksonville youngster Set up for worthy cases like Command Lant-Med

, :end, a course in appreciations radiation at the Atomic Energy suffering from dreaded hemo- this the squadron blood accountis Vice Adm. Jerauld K. Wright,
t' the fine arts should be established philia, is now assured of the
Commission project here. voluntairly maintained over will assume command of U. S.
blood needed for treatment of his '
or perhaps a new squawk- The glass wa developed orig- and above the squadron's armed naval l forces in the Eastern Atlantic -
ailment, thanks to a generous offer
box would do the trick! Then
forces blood Mediterranean in June
inally for television face plates.In quota. and
again, you can't please every. made by VJsquadron per- .
the research by the E. I. sonnel. relieving Adm. Robert Carney of s

.. one.New faces behind the MAA du Pont de Nemours Co. It was Ready for immediate use, the THE APPEAL for blood for some of his duties as SHAPE'S
found to have strong resistanceto Clifford was taken from the paper Southern European Commander.
r .. desk are Helen Miller and "B" vital fluid is part of the VJ-2 ac-
the by Raymond L. Harris, AEC, r
Bergman who recently reported gamma rays. count with the Jacksonville
The A.E.C. has ordered 25,000 blood bank and was volunteeredby VJ-2 leading chief and placed on
f" for duty from Bainbridge. The '
of the formulated the "Hurricane Hunters" of the bulletin board where other
c"; girls relieved Carmen Padro, square fet specially I I
Iii ; now'attached to Fleet Logistics, nonbrowningglass at a i: VJ-2 after they read an appealfor squadron members read it. r-T .

z.. I., and Ruby S m i it h, joining the I cost of more than 1000000. I donations for Clifford printed The idea of using some of thesquadron's j
reserve for the boy $! t
forces at Supply.
I ;
; began and grew from there.
WHO'S WHO It's pretty
Leaving this week to join the hard to tell Jim and Henry When the suggestion was broached -

"pot &; pan brigade" is Joan Harvey apart, especially when at quarters it was ratified by
they work in the same divi- the squadron and a call was
Carnabucci Mills, YN1 of Com-
sion. That's Henry on the right made to the by Chief Har
Fair Jax. The environment is
and Jim on the left. The
,,, taking on a new face-as a matter twins are doing double duty at r ris. Both papers and the Chief
of fact, a few new faces NATTCenter's Special Services then called the blood bank telling
division. them the supply was open
as the old salts depart, new 5rwsiigs
grains dribble in SA's from .. "" for Clifford's use. I
Bainbridge swelling the roster \
t > this week are: Bernice Hanson, PATTERNED after a similar I Y '

Wilda Kincaid, Betty Murrah,, liJ program VP-23 sponsored in Mi 1
1 1I /
Patricia Quinn and Margaret ami until it was deactivated there _\ 3c-

t Wiles. I this .spring, the VJ-2 reserve I
y Students leaving lor AC School isn't large yet but is growing ;
are Ann Paine and Arlene Peter- $! 's'There's and should be ample for little H!

son. Members of the softball .l : }\ Clifford's needs.In I r.

1 squad extend smooth sailing three years at Miami VP-23
wishes to Peterson, who leavesan ( h' ---.4 donated 600 pints of blood to its

empty berth on the team. i .: '.. account. When the unit was deactivated }

Margaret Roepken leaves for ': The Harvey Boys I and 130 of its person
Memphis and TD School; Char- I' : nel were transferred to VJ-2 the i it iz

i lotte Shone for Pensacola and i:J'I I squadron presented a blood bank
PH instruction and Linda Car- r Not Girls, Serve check for 120 pints to the Vet

' radine will remain at NATTC erans' Hospital In Miami. They

for AK School. Jane Smith, AK At NATTCenterJim ''I also gave a year's supply to an I II
r ,+ graduate received orders for orphanage there they had "adopt- i iI x

.duty at Quonset Point, R. I. k. and Henry Harvey are I I ed" 1

(Yankee territory!) a big scandal in Mos. doing double duty at NATT- .
Four girls reporting aboard Center in that they're twin A MOVE IS NOW underfoot In ,, '
cow. Some guy broke into the .
} for ANP) School are: Joan brothers and are now both VJ-2 for the squadron to also '

Henry from Paulsboro, N. J., Kremlin: and stole the results of working for the Special. Services "adopt" a childrens' home, probably : :;::
t, Iowa next year's elections! I Division. of the chain that t
Jenice Taylor, Sioux City, one same ... :
Jay Pollock, Linden, Ohio and The brothers hale from Indianapolis was selected by VP-23 in Miami. :; '

Nancy Bodle, home address not Ind, and both attended The squadron's goal in case It ,; '
available. Ferry ServiceIs Indiana Central College can do this will not be to provide r. ;

: ExtendedTo where they majored in Physical financial aid but personal atten
I s
Training for two years. tion. The yougsters will be takenon 1

MCQSi': August 31 Henry and Jim were both outings, their toys repairedand

f varsity track and football visits made with them by 1i

.' ,.:.it." Ferry service between NAS players and lettered in these squadron members.In .

.. ..,, Amtt A' Jacksonville will be and extended SouthsideJax until sports. Henry joined the Navy addition to their "uncle" relations ?

- I; in December 4, 1950 and Jim to the children the squadron i
August 31st, it has been an-
Intend also to Insure
. followed January 8, 1952. personnel -
Both boys received their the home will have a ready
tl The operator of the ferry
, blood supply.
boot training at Groat Lakes
.between the station and Bolles ,
and were sent to NATTC Jack-
School dock has revealed that sonville for duty. Bonus For Montana Vets
t school authorities have granted Applications for payment un-
him permission to use the The twins still follow sports, '
der Montana's Veterans Adjusted
j Henry played on the golf team
jr5 dock at the school until that Act (state bo-
last season and Jim went out
r.oti date.It from the
: nus) are now available
for intramural tennis. SAVAGE? Curvaceous Susan
is contemplated by. that -
Adjusted Compensation Division,
Morrow displays her assets -
I time to have other arrange- Father: Who broke the legs on Arsenal Building, Helena, Mont. before a fortunate photographer Ioj
ments to continue ferry serv- the sofa last night? The Act provides for payment to on the set of Para j
ice. Information concerningthe Montana WWII veterans who mount's production of "The
1 Daughter: They 'just collapsed
1'i in which the 1
' project will' be published Savage, long-
all of a sudden, but neither us served, in the Armed Forces between tresseil actress co-stars. Anybody ,
) "Feel a draft?" when known. was Jiurt, daddy Dec. 7, 41 and Sept. 2, '45. for headhuntind.

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With John CharvatWe

took Time Out last .,,,,. ""","""" ., ,. ,..<.-. .,. ,
week to watch the first round playoff m !t ., .....,'.,:_!'""'h'4'1 :;- :",,, .,;> .
1t :; pt
fray in the American loop of the NAS Intramural Softball league '-' ,

between Fasron Six and VP-861 and before the game was five outs \ & ,: '.

deep, the diamond resembled a first grade classroom holding a debating ,
session. \ IN THEY GO-There were no professional
participants in the first annual intramural swimming -
Fasron pushed across a pair of runs in the first frame on a
meet held last week, but there was plentyof
punch single to center an infield hit and inept handling of the
spirited action. Contestants (top photo) in
ball. The Partolmen back with runner first after
came a on one was
the 50-meter freestyle edge forward as the gun
in their half
away sounds to start the race. Winner of this race was
The next hitter swung at a three-two pitch and the catcher let
Gene Barbush, S.S. In the bottom photo VF171'sDave
the ball slip through his legs, allowing the man to advance to first Hanson glances over to watch the,clock' t
and the base to third.
man after winning the 150-meter individual

v No Book, But 861 "Remembers" medley. Special Services department won the

Immediately a storm developed on the playing field concern team championship. ...
ing the validity of the hitter going to first base on a dropped third
strike under such circumstances. Downpour Slows Time

Although no rule book was available the 861 bench was quickto Hospital Wins

relate that it was a legal play since they "remembered the book Special Services Tankmen Splash I

stating that a man may go to first base as long as there are not

runners on first and second and there is no more than one out". National Loop Way To Title I In NAS Swim Meet

Not sure of the play, as was the case of everyone in the game,

we consulted Official Softball Rules of 1952 prepared by the Inter Golf CrownNaval Special Services splashed its!I .
and furious action Gene Bar-
national Joint Rules Committee on Softball which reads: way to a win in the first annual as '

Rule 21-When Batsman Is Out (Sec. 7)): Immediately after he Hospital picked up 8 NAS swimming meet at the SS, kicked his way to a iI.bush
has three strikes if there are no outs or one out and there is a run points in its final outing in the Mainside pool last Thursday af. narrow over Larry Collier
VJ-62, in the 50-meter
ner on first base, or runners on first and second bases, or runnerson intramural links race to go aheadof ternoon, out distancing the nearest freestyle
in 32.5. Leslie
first second and third bases, or runners on first and third bases. NARTU in final point count rival Fasron Six,. by nine Huey R-l was .
third and VJ-62's Al
(Note-Under: this section the batsman does not become a base- and capture the National league points. fourth. Richter

runner even though the third strike is not caught, thereby pre title. NARTU finished with 53/ Final team standings show

venting a trick force play set up by the intentional dropping of a points to the Medfes 544. Special Services, 31; Fasron Six,, Insull Cops 50MetersIn

.. "third strike.) NATTC Training, winners 22; VJ-62, 12; VF-174, 8; O&G the 50-meter breaststroke
If the first base is not occupied, regardless of the number of in easy and R-l Division 3. Warren Insull, SS, won in 36.4
the American League, will
outs, the batsman becomes a base-runner on three strikes and the I face the Medics in Seven events crowded the af- while teammate Eugene Ball was
Saturday a
third strike must be caught or must be thrown out. ternoon's schedule as the swimmers second. Dane Hanson, VF-174
I playoff match for station intra-
first was third and Dick Giovannini,
Mistake Not CostlyIf mural links honors. plunged through the

two are out, whether or not first or any other base is occu five races with a splintering rain Fasron Six, was fourth.
A red and blue team will also
Special Services claimed
pied, the batsman becomes a base-runner on three strikes and the sweeping the pool. its
be picked with men of comparable final first in
third strike must be caught or he must be thrown out. The pool was a scene of fast place the 50-meter
As it happened there scored result of the handicaps going against' backstroke as Willard Siva and
were no runs as a
each other in individual matches. Bill McNamara
mental miscue by the umpires, but the mistake could have proven Navy ContinuesTo finished one-two,
The loser of each match willhave while Frank Bunton Fasron
e costly had the Patrolmen exercised a little more precaution on
base paths. to buy his opponent a new Six, was third and Dane Hanson -

It is the responsibility of team managers to have a rule book ball.A. Pace Town VF-174, fourth. Time 41.5.
one dollar fee will be Neale Clark, Fa s ran Six,
available with them at every game. This incident should serve as
charged for each contestant in Softball splashed to victory in 1:15.5: in
a warning of future diamond altercations that could arise when no LeagueAfter
rule book is on hand. the red and blue matches, the the 100 meter freestyle, besting

proceeds to go for a banquet to dropping a ragged 9-4 decision Jerry Hunt, O&G, second, Frank
Tailenders Fliers
Topple be held Saturday evening. to Happy's Sport Center, Devlin, SS, third, and Mike Prip-
Even the giants must fall and the local softball varsity is no last place team of the Men's City ton, Fasron Six, fourth.

exception as they found out last Wednesday night at Lackawanna.It Softball League, the Jax Navy
unfortunate that first of the Fliers in combatwas
was our glimpse Fliers
More SportsOn regained the first rung
against Happy's, current cellar dwellers of the City Softball with a convincing 8-1 win over Swim Meeting Tonight

League but we anticipated an evening of base hits authored by the Lake ShoreBaptist Monday It was announced Monday:

Navy lumber to provide interesting watching.No Page 8 night. morning that a meet will bo

one was more surprised that the Fliers themselves as they Woodrow Perry allowed just held tonight at 1930 in the indoor
sat back helplessly and watched the offerings of Al Gonyea and swimming pool Building-
two hits in posting the win over
Woodrow Perry, considered two of the leading throwers in the cir 614, between the NAS intra
Lake Shore while his mates
cuit, pounded through and over the infield for a 9-4 decision. Bob Kennedy sounded for five. No less than mural champs and the NAT- '. '

Four Shutouts For Fliers TCenter winners for ."'1
the sta-
Here six Baptist errors abetted the ,.
Gene Clifford's no-hit, 8-0. shutout over Sanford last week was Reports tion trophy.
Navy cause.
the fourth time this season that a Navy hurler has gone the route j .,"
For TrainingCleveland The Fliers' record now reads -,.
without relinquising a run. I
John Carsello turned the trick against Raiford. Prison when he Indians' outfielder 7-2 while CWA and Cecil Field Highlighting the swimming .\;

blanked the convicts 1-0, while John McCaffrey notched a one-hit Bob Kennedy has reportedfor are deadlocked in second with events was the 150-meter individual ;'
6-2 slates. Navy faces a show- :
9-0 win over the Post Nine Generals and a recent 11-0 shutout over active duty with the Ma- medley which Dane Hanson .
West Palm Beach. rine Air Detachment at NAR- down battle with CWA Friday VF-174, copped in 2:42.:

On the opposite side of the ledger the Fliers' erratic scoring TU Jax. night under the arcs of Lacka Charles Brashere, Fasron Six:, .J

: machine has been held to a minimum three times. Presbyterian A Marine reserve pilot, with wanna. was second, Dick Giovannini "

College defeated the locals 2-0, Rollins College won handily 10-0, the rank of Lieutenant, Ken Gonyea Perry Falter Fasron Six, third, and Jim Mea- ,;
Scoring all their in the dors SS
and Fort Jackson was a 9-0 victor. nedy reported here Monday at
first three innings against Lake
which time'he began his pro Hanson Wins Medley
cessing. Shore the Fliers coasted to the Hanson used the back stroke

Scott Loses City Links Kennedy who has been a one-sided win after finding out for his final leg of the event, ;.

major leaguer for 14 years, previously against Happy's thata leading by 10 yards at the turn, .
team, can't rest on its press but: had to revert to the free 0
Title On Final HoleAn having broken in with Chicago 1
clippings.The .
style when Brashere
White Sox at the age of 18, made a determined -
notices of Al Gonyea and bid to catch him at the
unsuccessful attempt to has one of the most accurate
margin. Perry failed to frighten the us- three-quarter point.
chip out of a sand trap on the final and powerful throwing arms in
Into the 16th of the second baseball.He ually helpless array of Happy's Larry Collier VJ-62, proved to

hole cost Earwin Scott, Naval round Sikes held what appearedto will undergo short hitters as they clubbed the Navy be the class of the 3-meter fancy-
a re-
Air Station linksman, the City be an unbeatable 2-up lead fresher here before duo for eight hits while strikingout diving 'competition as he out
Amateur Golf Champion as Dan but Scott blazed away to take porting to Cherry Point N. C., only three times. I pointed Frank Bunton, Fasron

Sikes, University of Florida stu- both the sixteenth and seven for further assignment.away Inept Fielding Costly Six. McNamara, SS, was third

dent, eased through for a 1-up teenth and knot the match. A big seven-run fourth inning. while Leslie, Huey, R.I. was

s' victory at the Municipal course Match Strokes spelled defeat for the Fliers. fourth.

1'_ Sunday. The big mistake came on the par to notch the title. Happy's scored first with a sin- In the final event of the afternoon

Third Title For Sikes eighteenth when Scott attemptedto Sikes and Scott had identical gle run in the second but Navy Fasron Six claimed an

y It wasc a see-saw match from chip instead of blast out of a scores during the afternoon went ahead in the top of 'the easy win in the 200-meter 4-man .....

the beginning as young Sikes, sand trap that protected the round, both going out in 37 and third with a pair, relay. The team of Neale Clark.

previous winner of the Winter green. Scott declared later that it coming back in the same numberof A walk and a sacrifice netted Bob Dvorznak Frank Bunton

Amateur Championship at St. was the first time he had ever strokes for a two-over-par 74. another counter for the Fliers in and Gene Bissell, finished in

Augustine and the Henry Camp tried to chip out of a trap.It In the morning round Sikes the fourth, but the roof fell in 2:12.03.: Special Services was sec-

, Invitational in Ocala, spotted his took two shots' to clear the matched par with 37.35-72 while on the locals in the bottom of the ond and VJ-62 third. '

service rival the first three holes trap and Sikes was already in Scott fashioned a 373673. Paris frame as Happy's combined timely Chief Bill Scott was the official

only to gain the lead and finish with a 15-foot chip that landed 36-36-72 at the 6,282 yard hitting, two walks and inept starter for the six swimming .

I the first round with a one hole foot from the pin for a throw- city.owned'course.. fielding for seven runs. events.Page i




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5 June 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page SevenSS1st


LT. Boosts I First Round American loop 1

Lead In Sizzling

Center IM Action Honors Taken By Vp.861 (

Fattening its lead at the ex Spotting their foe two runs in the first inning the VP-861 Patrolmen

pense of Supply and Dispensaryin scored four times in the second to assume a lead which was

NATTC intramural softball never relinquished and go on to defeat Fasron Six, 6-5, last week

play, Special Services-First Lieu- for the American League title in the first round of intramural softball -

tenants moved two games aheadof play at NAS.

nearest rivals, ANP) School After a shaky first inning
.' VP-861 iced the tilt in the 4th
last week. Paul Franke took complete
with a pair of runs, but had to
Rain cancelled Monday's sched- charge of the proceedings to
contend with a three run threatin
his team to victory, strik-
uled games and four games were pitch the top of the fifth. Franke
and ing out seven Fasronites. He also
played Tuesday Wednesday
limited the losers to four hitts
in an effort to pick up the re- hit two-for-two and scored a while the Patrolmen collectedseven.
quired action for the week pair of runs.
Both teams .
Ed Cuneo belted a double in
I ANP) Ships Company had an less ball afield.
BASE HIT-Bob O'Neil, backstop for VP-861, connects for three trips to the plate while
easy time downing AK School
a screaming bingle while Fasron Six catcher: Stan Ferro crouches: : scoring a pair. One of Franke's Second Round Opens
14-5; AE 'School dropped AO
poised for the play. VP-861 won the fray, 6-5. and with it the blows was for the circuit with Second round play opened fox
Ships Company, 6-5; Personnelmen
first round title in the American division of NAS intramural play., men aboard. both league's following the pity/
slammed the hapless Ma- -- off tilt, but numerous teams fa.l
rines, 12-1, and Special Services1st ed to record their results win

Lieut. inched ,past Supply,, Championship Special Services office.
8-5. sex mil news
I VF-174 downed ComFair Jax,
Wednesday the league leaders Links Play 8-2, in the American League

slapped the Medics, 10-0, as Ordnance while VP-3 nipped VJ-2, 7-4, VP5 -

students forfeited to the Nears FinalsRounding i defeated HAW-1, 10-7, VF-173

student store keepers and Air- potsFliers edged VF-171, 6-4, and VP-861
craft Maintenance handed the the semi-final turn i blanked Fasron Six in other loop

Marines their second defeat of in the station championship golf encounters.In .

the week, 6-3. tournament Earwin Scott defeated the National circuit only

A game protested by AE School Gene Towry, 2-1. He faces the two games were reported. In-

found the Electricians on the los- winner of the Bill Chase, Sr.- firmary defeated VJ-62, 10-2,

ing end of a game with ANP) Ken Sutton match. Win Four of Five while I Operations slaughtered
First flight competition has also ;
__ Students, 4-1. The holiday week- Supply, 20-1.
end cancelled play scheduled for narrowed with John Adams Final standings Including

Thursday afternoon. finishing off Russ Ruscetta, 4-3 American League playoff game:
STAN DIN.8Wu. while Bill McKinney bested Har- Clifford Spins No-Hitter AMERICAN 1.EAGCE:
Tnm W L
1-sit )('t. old Boswell 1-up after 19 holes. VP-861 11 1
S S. lit Us. 14 2 .175 Norman O'Bryan downed Doc -'aaron She 10 2
ANt PI) Students 11 2 .816 Pitching dominated the Fliers' Fa ron 109 8 :2VJ2
AI! School 11 2 .846 Graves 1-up in another 17-hole ground ball to escape damage. 8 3
A/C Malnt. 30 4 .714 diamond activities over the past 4
ANIP) Ships Co. 9 6 ..600i struggle while Jack Piva is des- I Clifford Sharp C mFairJax: :S 6
7 ,466 week as the locals swept to four Clifford fanned 11 in postinghis HAW.t 4
taJdent.s =
6 :.4.8 tined to go against Larry Colleyin their V..174. 3 :SFacTuLant --
wins in five outings to run
AK School 6 10 ,375 second. flight play. Doc Van- third win of the campaign "
1 9
'es sonnet 4 9 :107:
season record to a respectable
Marines 3 11 ,214 schoonhoven will face Frank against four setbacks and the VA-175 0 11
Supply 3 U m 22-20. Auxiliary nine got only four NATIONAL LEAGUE
.A ships Co. 2 : Voorhies in another match. Tram W LNARTUC
Third flighter James Arm Patrick Air Force Base visits balls out of the infield as the 17 1
Defaults Mar Center Mason Field today and Fridayfor clever little had his -
strong defeated Gus Guzman 5-4, I O&R 7 :3
single games while in City breaking at the corners Commissary Store '6 3
knocked out Elliot
IM Court Schedule George Frye Inlll mary 6 4
Newell 2-1 and Sgt. Maze raked League play the Fliers will at- and biting the strike zone in OpPI'atlonl :5 :5
of the
Deafults were ,the order tempt to strengthen their holdon O&Q 4 6Photo
day in NATTC intramural ten- Carl Springfell over the coals, first place when they faceR. close spots. Y Lab : :
1 9
nis last week as many ANP) 2-1. Sanford came from behind a FAW.l1
Woodstock Sun-
C. Motors at
1st Lt. 0 30S.
students shipped out and had to In matches yet to be played, 1-0 deficit with three runs in the j

miss their scheduled matches. Capt. Charles Dittmar will meet day.Gene fourth to ice the second game,
Clifford notched his name
Bud Harvey of Special Serv- Ceve Lyons, Fred Woodward adding an insurance run in the i Johnson Snares
in the hall of Navy pitching
ices lost to Hugh Farris of A/C plays Charlie Miller and Moe At- eighth while the Fliers countedonce
.. .he a no-hit, 8-0 victoryover TitleJoe
spun Ping Pong
Maintenance in easy fashion, 6- kinson makes the rounds with NAAS Sanford last week in the third and sixth.

0, 6-0, in a semi-final match and Robbie Robinson.. while facing only 27 men. Beachmen Helpless Johnson, ANP) Ship's 1
then faced Norman Breault of t McCaffrey Blank W.P.B. West Palm Beach was helpless Company, annexed the NATT-

Disbursing in the finals Wednes- Tars Host Last Sanford won the second gameof against the offerings of John Center intramural ping pong 1
day. McCaffrey Saturday after their championship last week as he
the series with a three run
t Place Sally NineThe uprising that brought them from scheduled Friday fray on the local swung his way to victory in the

'.' Skeetmen Annex Jacksonville Tars host the behind a 1-0 deficit while John diamond was postponed be- enlisted men's lounge.
of rain. Johnson defeated
Augusta Tigers this evening at McCaffrey claimed shutout num- I teammate
of the in the lo- The Navy righthander set the Hugh Craig for the title to give "
2015 in the first of a five games ber two season I
East Coast Title series at the Myrtle Avenue cal park Saturday against West Air Force nine down with five 'the Ship's Company men top

park to be climaxed with a Palm Beach. Rain cancelled the hits as he posted his second shut- points toward the Captain's tro-

:: For Second TimeJax doubleheader Sunday, June 8. opener Friday.In out of the year, an 11-0 gem phy.
action SundayBill which saw the Fliers collect nine Personnelman Herb Doeringand
" Action will be thick and fast City League
Navy's Skeet team successfully Abe Abernathy of Special
" for the locals 'as they face the Ziegler won himself victory
!o defended its East Coast Ziegler Misses Shutout Services tied for third place
unwanted task of an eight-day number three and the Fliers their
,'j Service Championship May 24 at road trip before returning home tenth as the locals pounded Cecil Cecil Field scored once in the I while three men, Dave Sample,
Norfolk, Va., by outshooting AO School, John Sheridan, Spe-
June 16 with Macon. Field, 7-1, on Mason Field. Earlier seventh to spoil Ziegler's bid fora
\ other skeet team from the cial Services and Bud Ingram,
Fliers breezedto
Special "Baseball Park Busses"leave the locals downed McDuff, shutout as the
Navy, Army, Marine and Air the downtown area before 127. a 7-1 win Sunday afternoon. A/C Maintenance, deadlockedfor

, '- Force. each game and return immediately : In only one inning did Sanford Tom Neely tripled to open the fourth.
" By virtue of this second consecutive after. Enjoy an interesting leave a baserunner. Clifford first inning and scored on Coifgh- Each match was a singles elim-

victory, Jax Navy gained evening of South Atlantic Lea- walked the third man to face him lin's one-baser and the locals ination going three out of five in

,':a permanent possession of the gue Class A baseball and support in the second frame, but retired were never headed.A final play. '

,J East Coast Service Trophy.The the Tars in their uphill climb. the next hitter on a harmless I three run flurry in the sec- t

number one team, composed -' in Golfers
.. ond coupled with single runs Four Local
of Gordon Teets, ADC; Bill the fourth, fifth and sixth were

Arthur, AOC; Ken Pendergras, all the Fliers needed as they : Beat Ben Hogan

.;. AEC; Lt. Earl Severns, and Gene : F jumped on two Cecil hurlers for
four linksmen playing
Varner, AOC, broke 486 out ofS z 11 hits. Only
I the NAS course bested the 71
500 birds to successfully defend
In previous City League
a posted by Ben Hogan last Sat-
the title. i meeting with McDuff Hardware
urday. Hogan, competing againstthe
Jax Navy's number two team, Thursday, Navy romped to a 12-7 I
nation, carded his 71 at the
composed of Herb Allen, AOC; win to hand Gordon Lassila his i Northwood Club in Dallas Texasin

Bill Frick, YNSN; Joe Black, sixth win of the season. An 18 the Ben Hogan National Golf
; ; hit attack featured the nine in-

Gunner ing tilt that found McCaffrey Day.Charlie Lyons hit for 69 with

'1 out o'f 500 to place third high in and Bill Schuckers garnering his 13 stroke handicap; John

the event. three hits a piece.
Anto picked up a 70 with 14
'f Gordon Teets and Ken Pender- McDuff scored one run in the strokes allowed; Bill Stevens

gras of Jax Navy annexed the first to assume a short lived mar- blasted for 68 with 16 and Jim

:;i. two-man team championship ina gin as the"Fliers knotted the Rentz shot a 69 when corrected "i..

fifty bird shootoff to make it count in the second and went with a 13 handicap.

twice in a row for the locals in ahead to stay with three runs in Harry Smith took 70 blows for ,

this event against Marine com- the third. the circuit and NARTITi Joines '

petition from Quantico, Va., and ___.__. ________m..__ Line score: carded a corrected 68 after de-
TROPIIY ADDITION Pleased expressions were in order
LeJeune. -
Camp, 004 000 301-8 9 1 ducting 16. .
East Coast Service Navy
when the Jax Navy skeet team received the ,
W H. Hamilton com-
fTaptain'W championship trophy won at Norfolk. Members of No.1 team are: Sanford 000 000 000-0 0 2 These men will receive the "I); :
nOmding officer of NAS Norfolk, (left to right, Bill Varner, Ken Pendergras, Earl Severns and Clifford and Faustyn; Baughn, beat Ben Hogan" medal for their {
presented the trophies to the Gordon Terts. Bill Arthur, other No. 1 team member is missing I. Lyons (9) and Bieniek. efforts.

winning shooters. from the photo. .

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Eight JAX AIR NEWS 5 June 1952 "4a

Weekly Civilian .

Cafeteria MenuAs

J (Items offering for sale articles

of property such as washing machines .
\ .r
a weekly feature, the Jar
.: automobiles, furniture, radios .
Air News will publish the
I clothing, and the like are
prohibited by Defense Depart 1 for the Civilian Cafeteria. Hereis

ment regulations. This column the menu for June 9 thru June, ...

.. will, however, list such services 13.

as available housing, rides want Monday

ed, lost and found articles, and h
Ham and cabbage, breaded
other similar notices.) '
pork chops & cream gravy, Boned
wieners and baked beans.
, ? .
Furn. 6-rm. bungalow, garage. # rI
A Mash potatoes, rice, beets, black-
$100 per mo. Avail. June 15. '-

t. Murray Hill, Mrs. Asry. Ph. 88. eye peas, carrots and peas. Veg

8414. etable soup, assorted vegetable
Furn. 5rm. bungalow. 1039 Con. I 9Breezing
and fruit salads. Apple pie, egg
gleton Terrace, Murray Hill 4 ,s
custard, chocolate pie, marsh- '
4. :
Mrs. Dorothy Green, Ph. 5
7014 between 09001700. mallow' cake. Hot cloverleaf

Furn. {.rm. apt. 1523 Ocrola St. rolls, cornbread, milk, coffee,. I iced!

E. P. Pitcher. Ph. 77701. beverages.

Furn. 2bdrm. apt. 3416 Glen St. Tuesday

I Mrs. Earl Hodges. Ph. 85754. Roast beef and dressing, stew.

Furn. 2bdrm. apt. 1422 Wolf St. ed chicken and dumplings, spa-

Mrs. Boone. Ph. 20746. ghetti and meat sauce. Mash po-

Furn. 2rm. apt. $15 per wk. 2623 "NOW, JUST RELAX"-Showing-one of her eager pupils! the basic fundamentals of the back tatoes, rice, cabbage, okra, fried ,. ,
Forbes St. Mrs. James W. float in one of the preliminary classes to the Red Cross beginners' swimming program, senior lifesaver
Mary Dimick, SN, cautions, "just relax." In a few short weeks these children will be able eggplant. Tomato soup, assorted ,
Clark. Ph. 75922. to make their way through water without fear. Classes for dependents of Naval personnel begin fruit and vegetable salads. Apple

Furn. 2rm.apt.. 2967 Selma St. June 10, as a Special Services activity pie, egg custard, banana cream .7"
Mrs. Ethel Neil. Ph. 2-6480.
cake. Hot cloverleaf rolls
Furn. 2-bdrm. bungalow. 840 2nd Off-Campus Classes Begin June 10 bread, milk, coffee, iced, corn-,bev
Wyalen St. Edgewood. Bob

r Newman.. 6-5628. I past(Continued period included from Page Freshman. 1)) 'Head Back, Arms Out', Tots Told erages. Wednesday -t
Furn. 2-bdrm. apt. thru June.
f' English with 22 students; Edu- -Special-Fried shrimp
I $75 per mo. Jax Beach. Mrs.
Parker. Ph. 7-6880. cational Phsychology with 20; In Learning BasicTSwimming HabitsBeginners' 85c. dinner1J

Speech, 23; American History, Roast beef sandwich i
Furn. 3rm. 2048 Herhschel
apt., swimming classes !
14; Basic Math, 10, and Mechanical attended Red Cross instructors fried haddock and .
St. E. L. Smith. Phone 2.7120 will be conducted in the NATTC
and Architectural Drawing, Oven browned potatoes, rice '
Ext. 722. classes.It .
or indoor for children
swimming pool
: 10. squash, macaroni and cheese,
Furn. 3-rm. apt. $68 per mo. 7362 I from 6 to 12 years of age is requested that a parent
All instructors were from the pickled beets. Vegetable soup, t'
< 103rd St. Mrs. Pauline Ber- starting Tuesday,June 10. Classes each child the first
accompany fruit
I General Extension Division of assorted and vegetable,sal
rier. Ph. 2-7832 or 22897. 1200
will be held from 1030 to
Florida. day when class procedure will ads. Apple pie, egg custard, choc
I ... Furn. 1-bdrm. house. 2077 Hyde with children of personnel from
This the second semesterof olate cream pie chocolate cake.
was be explained. ,
Park Rd. Mrs. Aberly. Ph. 2- all activities welcome.
1496. off campus college credit I Cloverleaf rolls, cornbread, milk, r

\ Furn Single rm. 3642 Ernest St. courses offered at NATTCenter, The present program will include Former Enlisted Man coffee, iced beverages. '
under the sponsorship of the In- approximately six weeks of
Mrs. Neal. Ph. 28126. Heads Middle Thursday .
formation and Education office instruction on Tuesdays and
Roast and
turkey dressing
Furn. Single rm. Mrs. Frank
i at the Center. Thursdays, and will probablymove Annapolis, Md. (AFPS)-Mid. browned meat loaf and spaghetti,
Houser. Ph. 23748.
First Class Robert R.
into more advanced swim shipmen
Some funds had been
j. Furn. Single rm. 729 Lomax St. providedby ming classes and intramural Wilson of Lanikai, Oahu, T. H., stuffed peppers. Boiled potatoes,
5 Points. Mrs. Anderson. Ph. the government to defray ex- periods a former enlisted man, has been rice, blackeye peas turnip
74753. penses of military personnel, if popularity demands. appointed Commander of theAcademy's greens, cabbage. Assorted fruit "
i providing the subject chosen Brigade of 3,700 mid- and vegetable salads, bean
Furn. Single rm. 2331 Forbes St. soup.
the has
furthered the of the Safety rules have been set shipmen, Navy announced -
knowledge up
f f' Mrs. Lodage. Ph. 7-9714. Cloverleaf rolls, cornbread. Apple -

i Furn. Single & dbl. rms. 1826 man in his own field. and are being adhered to. The.. Midshipmen Wilson was elected pie, egg custard, maple cake, '... .,)
pool is roped off and only the to the rank of mid butterscotch milk coffee '"
Seminole Rd. Mrs. Walker. Ph. six-stripe pie, !1
r 2-6419. AwardedMedal shallow end may be used. There shipmen captain on the basis of iced beverages.
ti Ray will be no running, ducking, or his leadership qualities, conduct
t Furn. Single & dbl rms. 1447 Friday
pushing others off the side of and academic ability. He will
Avondale. Mrs. Lee Schultz. head the Brigade until he grad Fried chicken, Salisbury steaks!!,
the After offense
pool. one a
Ph. 29930. uates. baked devil crab and tartar
child will be dismissed for the .
Furn. Single & dble rms. 2601 sauce. Potatoes, rice, collard

Park St. Mrs.. S. R. Houston. AAU RecordFollowing be day eliminated and with three from the offenses class will en- Local Chapter Observes greens, buttered carrots, lima .

Ph. 82770. beans. Split assorted
pea soup
his record breaking tirely. 'Secretaries Week'In
Unfurn. 3-rm. apt. 3914 Herschel vegetable and fruit salads. Apple f
performance in the two-mile connection with
run "National
Ave. Mrs. Warrock. Ph. 2-1050 pie, egg custard, coconut
I at the recent.Georgia Open and MUCH trouble will be avoidedif Secretaries' Week" being observed
after cream pie, coconut cake. Clover-
1800.FOR I District Five AAU track and field parents of the children will this week, Mayor Haydon ..
SALE leaf rolls, cornbread, milk, cof
meet at Atlanta, Allen Ray, Jax feed them at least an hour before Burns proclaimed this week as : fee iced
Spartan Imperial Mansion 1931, : Navy cinder star was awardedthe they go swimming, it is em "Jacksonville Secretaries' Week" i beverages.

36' trailer. Sell for cash or can Robert Aldredge medal. phasized. with Wednesday set aside as \

,i be financed. Chief Ballenberg. The medal is bestowed annually Applications for attending "Secretaries' Day". II Around I t

Ph. ext. 8230.2T to the winner of the distancerun these classes may be picked up The Jax chapter which is only !
Travel House Trailer car- honoring the late Robert 930 in the
at Building Special four months old has 32 members, O&RLetter
t avan type, completely funished. Aldredge who lost his life in China Services department. Deadlinefor three employed on the station.

$1500. 6101 Goodman Rd. during World War II. entries is 1200 Monday and They are: Marguerite Bigger- of Appreciation

Wesconnett. H. M. Radvansky.MISCELLANEOUS Ray Has Experience no late entries will be accepted staff at the Naval Hospital; Ja- I want to take this opportunity '\ .

!. Aldredge was a three-time winner Mary Dimick, SN, who is in nie Calhoun in NAS Executive to thank all my friends, both civilian \
Ride wanted from Kingsley of the Southeastern Confer- and Navy, of the O&R De- '
I charge of the class, is a senior I Officer's office; and Carolyn Me- -
Lake to NAS-Hours will be ence 2-mile run in addition to be- Red Cross life saver and has also Indor at NARTU. partment who had helped me

, 'arranged Mr. Tinsley. Ph. ext. ing a cross country champion and and my family during the many
._ 639. I consistent winner in distance months I was unable to wrok.
. Ride wanted from 20th & Pearl events throughout his college career For six months I had my sick

j Sts. to NAS. Hrs. 08001630. I at Georgia Tech. I wife and three small children to

Virginia Cottington. Ph. ext. I Navy's Ray is not a novice care for by myself. I was unable R

614. runner. He started distance run to earn my livelihood due to the '
,. Wanted to rent 3-bdrm unfurn. ning while in high school in necessity of caring for my wife fIIj 3
house C. W. Kuehner Brooklyn and in the who "
garage. competed was gravely ill and the -

i Ph. ext. 8188 or Ph. 2-4597. New York City Police Athletic three small children, two of 1

I J League during that time. His p + lkA ; whom were also ill. w II

A FOR TilE RECORD fastest mark was 4:34.6.: If it hadn't been for the gen- t

t (From Page 3)) Sets Atlanta RecordIn .1.1e erous donations and help from'

" ANSWERS setting a new record at Atlanta my many friends during this '
((1) Emil Jannings in the "Wayof with a 9:57.2: clip Ray bet time; I don't see how w"e could ;o' .

All Flesh". tered the old mark set by Smithof have possibly gotten along. :.;;?i; "

((2) Walter and John Huston Georgia Tech in 1951 whenhe My wife was unable to over. ;

"- supporting actor and director) churned the cinders in 10:06.9.: <. come her illness and passed ;, ':: i

f in 'Treasure of the Sierra Mad- Ray made headlines when he away on.May 5. I reported back ;, ." ,1

1, re." attended Manhattan College, win ,: ., to work on May 16 but have s
i ((3) Spencer Tracy, Louise I ning six outdoor cross country r T. Found it physically impossible to : '1!,
'r Rainer and John Ford. events and capturing the Senior acknowledge the deep apprecia-
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(4) No. "The Best Years of Our Metropolitan Handicap cross bp ion of my children and myself .,

Lives" and "American in Paris" country run in AAU competition $ to all of you individually, so I'd t 1

., each won seven awards. during his freshman year. PINT-SIZED FLEET-This model of the carrier USS Enterprise like to use this medium to do so. '":

((5)) Walter Brennan (support A student in ANP( ) School is one of the most ambitious ships in the miniature fleet Gratefully yours, : .
which William T. Tompkins, aircraft engineer in Santa Monica, '
roles) John Ford and Frank will in All- Noah \
ing Ray run for Jax: the carrier with C Andrews
Calif., has made as a complete. plane
r...r1. Navy meet' this month. \ on the flight deck, Is 18''z Inches long. Repair and Salvage Dir.q .

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