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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 19, 1952
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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:; VOL-10 No. 12 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 19 June 1952


: Election WeekCivilians Safety Outlook

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I Nominees To Drive to CutAccidents





Local BoardsNomination .
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of candidates for A vigorous campaign to reduce

election to the Performance Rating 7kt, tA.Y.i the number of accidents
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Boards of Review, to the involving Government person

Board of Directors of the Em. nel and equipment in the

ployees' Association and the sta.tion'oJ Jacksonville area will be

14 Shop Committees were launched in the near future,

scheduled for this week, it was Robert F. Taylor, local coordinator

announced by 'the Industrial Relations ON STAGE TONIGHT-Phil of the Federal Safe
Council has announced.The
ty .
famous All-Girl
department. Spitalny's orchestra

Official nomination petition (above) will present local chapter of the Fed

|forms were made available to their "Hour of Charm" tonight eral Safety Council, which held
.
its initial meeting June 13, will
employees desiring to nominate from the stage of NATTC au

candidates for thees various ditorium. There will be two be affiliated with its Washington

I boards and committees and must performances, one at 1830 and counterpart which is set up

be submitted to one of the des. the second at 2030. Tickets are by Presidential order in the U. ,

ignated Election Supervisors by needed for admittance. Among: S. Department of Labor

-, the close of business June 20, it the many stars to be featured Select Coordinator

r is pointed. out. include Evelyn and her Magic Taylor, Safety Superintendentof
Violin (left) and Viola and her the station here and an In.
Four Boards
seventeen drums. (right). dustrial Relations Department
f Employee: members and alternates r
employees appointed for the
was
are to be elected by employees -
job early in May by William L.
to the four Performance
J 'The Hour Of Charm'
'1' Connolly, chairman of the Fed
Rating Boards of Review to be
BANK eral Safety Council, Washington ,
for the of BLOOD
: established purpose
D. C. He acts as coordinatorof
: hearing appeals from employees Phil All-Girl Band
Spitalny's
t of NAS Jacksonville, AWCO, BOX SCORE the local chapter, which will
be composed of Federal safety
I' t: NARTU, and ComNab 6 in connection Numbfor Quota
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Scheduled Met engineers in this area and other
with performance ratings. Fleet Air Wing 13 161.0%
Presents Two Shows key personnel responsible for
,d The four Boards to be established TonightOne Public Works 2t 10.1.0% administering accident
NATTCenter 253 103.9% prevention
,:'t include one Group IVb;
Communications 4 100.0% programs. within their re-
x; one Group II and II, Overhaul of the most outstanding entertainment treats ever Special Services4 100.0% spective agencies.

:. and Repair department ;and one to be presented at NAS Jax is on tap tonight at NATTCenter Dental 1 100.0%

',j' group II and II for all other departments auditorium when Phil Spitalny and his All-Girl orchestra pre Cecil Field 16 93.3% Participants will be the Navy
91.6% Department U. S. Corps of En.
12 ,
Operations
,;; of NAS Jacksonville sent their famous "Hour of Charm.
I NARTU 7 85.7% gineers, Treasury Department,
and NARTU, with the exception There will be two 94 68.0%
''' performances ComFairJax
Gloria, former musical comedy Internal Revenue, U. S. Post Off.
of Overhaul and Repair departs 2030. Administration 3 66.6%
1830 end
if'. one at one at
star-possessor of a golden color Florida MIl. Dist. 5 60.0% ice, U. S. Coast Guard, U. S.
ment. The official nominating petition
Due to limited seating capacity, atura voice; Janet, whose triple AIM 4 50.0% Civil Service Commission, and
f' form which lists the various tickets must be presented for ad tongueing has been praised by Medical 2 50.0% other agencies that have field or
k boards to which members
mittance. 85 49.3%
Fleet
Reserve
the greatest trumpeters in America branch offices in this city.
are to be elected also includes The ducats have been distributed o & R 115 46.0%
and Viola, the versatile drum Green Cove NAS 35 37O% Seriousness Pointed Out
i the number of signatures requiredto to the various commands
mer, whose skill on percussion instruments Supply 27 18.5% As a result of accidents, 30,935Federal
validate a petition. aboard station and be
the can Marines 10 10.0%
is so unusual that she employees were killedor
Distributed obtained divi- 21 9.0%
Forms through respective Naval Hospital
sions. has no equal among feminine in Industrial Rei. 2 0.0% maimed in 1950, it is reported.The .
f For election of members to the
strumentalists. Engineers 13 0.0% seriousness of this problemis
'. Board of Directors of the Employees shown in the reports Issued
,, Association the nomination THE TALENTED musicianswill
Reader's Guide
j by the Bureau of Employees
contains the present a program emphasizing
petition form
number of members to be elected the "heart appeal" as wellas I Breezes Page S I II I I Weather Outlook $23,000,000 compensation which paid states out that that
was
from each department as well as unusual arrangements and tonal Classified _Page 12 .
I Friday-Continued warm; part same year as the result of injuries
;r the number of signatures re- precision. Hurricanes Page 7
quired to validate a petition. Under the able leadership of Movies _. Page 9 I ly cloudy with generally south to civilan Federal em

Theer are nine members on the Phil Spitalny, the All-Girl orchestra NSLI Data _____._Page :3 winds. ployees.

Board of Directors of the Em all of them talented Rods & Nimrods.Page 12 I I Saturday-Partly cloudy, continued This figure does not include

ployees' Association and the and easy-to-look-at, has earned Scouting Squadrons ..Pages 4-5 additional millions spent in con ..

membership of the Board rotatesin tremendous popularity. Approximately Seabees _____Page 9 warm with' generally nection with tort claims, fires

part each year, five members fifty girls are included in Sports Pages 10-11-1 south winds. and numerous hidden costs. Plus'

terms of office expiring this year. the group, one of the most famous Station Dialogue .__Page 6 Sunday-Cooler, partly cloudy; the economic loss, there Is the

Present members of the Board all-girl aggregations of all Unique Trophy __Page 6 probable thundershowers with all-important problem of lives

times. Voting Data _..____.Page 2 lost, human suffering and direct
whose terms of office do not expire
winds changing to light south
1'& will act as Election Supervisors Washington Report _Page 2 effect on the families of acct.

/ for the purpose of con- MOST OF TilE girls are con ..$437,000 Inheritance. "..Page :3 west. -(-Please-- Turn to Page 6, Col.--2)
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(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 2)) I servatory graduates and play two
or more instruments. Candidatesfor i

the orchestra are judged on .''a'at
Air News Still
IJ. their musical ability on 5a particular : .
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instrument, their singing
':' Needs Writers
ability, appearance, charm and
!: The JAX AIR NEWS Is stillJ background,

: looking for reporters and writ The All-Girl orchestra features .
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ers. The staff will be depleted t S s1 t 1,2 f na is b s. :.o ts2y
and her violin internationally 4
Evelyn magic A f : $
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soon due to transfers and discharges !
known as Radio'sFirst patsy v a *jY EA
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and replacements are ._ "w"
.H Lady of the Violin. The en- q. < syd s .a4 *$i ,,>, .
needed. tire Hour of Charm orchestra has

Although experience is pre been built around Evelyn's brilliant *

ferred, it is not 'absolutely solo performance. She

necessary. makes all tier'own violin arrange

\ Personnel interested in join ments, and many arrangementsused n.. "v V"'n......_....._H _,'''H'on--v '. '..v.. .. .......... onm. ....- P"H .' ,_--.m_ ._._n.''n"W"V'''_--.., ..
ing the staff, can get in touch'with for hymns. 7
the editor in Building I MARINE INSPECTION-Marine Aviation Detachment at NATTCenter passes In review before
topside. Other stars include Jeanie, con. I.t. Col. James C. Lindsay, detachment: commanding officer, during personnel inspection bell last "

. cert pianist and fine vocalist; Saturday. It was the first review held by Colonel Lindsay since assuming eomman4.L I







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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 1952 X


Report From Washington


J1l Xf1jQ4Ii6 More Servicemen Bills



Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air

Station. Jacksonville Fla.NAS, Jacksonville Militarv Families In Germany Under Civil

Capt Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer (By Armed Forces Press Service) to West Germany. However, have
Comdr. James H. Armstrong Executive OfficerLt.
Dave Barksdale ______._ Public Information Officer The following: bills of Interest to servicemen pointed out, the Army cart any
Fleet Air Jacksonville were introduced recently in Congress: court cases which it considers been
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison Commander handled unfairly. Private by
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins .. Chief of Staff 1. A bill to allow certain persons who servedin personnel must be insured in with
Fleet Air Wine Eleven the Armed Forces on or after June 27, 1950,
Capt. Arthur S. Born... _Commander and prior to a date yet to be announced, to German laws.Defensive .
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer
purchase and pursue courses of the U. S.
Naval Air Technical Training Center judo is being of
Capt. Lester K. Rice _.,?,?-?___ Commanding Officer Armed Forces Institute after discharge or release the physical conditioning Stra-
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart._. Executive Officer from active duty. .
tegic Air Command bases, the has
Naval lUsplUl 2. A bill to authorize certain retired com-
Capt Dwitrht J. Wharton _._ Commanding Officer announced. Object of the teach
Capt. T. F. Weinert._-.__.___..___._..._._.-_....Executive Officer missioned officers in time of war or national personnel tactics of self defense the
NARTD emergency to accept temporary commissionsin use of weapons. .
Capt. Easton B. Noble_ Commanding Oflcer a uniformed service other than that from who have 12
Army personnel
Comdr. Anthony Trusso __Executive Officer
which they were retired. '
months of stateside service since
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions 3. A bill to authorize the loan of two sub- from FECOM may apply for the

184 and 216. marines to the Government of the Nether- EUCOM sector the Army has DA
,
rb JAX AIR NEWS li fubllshea weeny at the U. S. Naval Air StMlon
Jacksonville. Florida I and printed o Nlnclth.o a uvdi lands. letter "Volunteering for "
at no expense to the government and in NAVKXOS P-35. Rev.
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Station, the 4. A bill to amend the Career Compensation states that eligible applicants, must
the Naval U.Air S. Naval Reserve Hospital Training Unit. Naval Auxlllar- Air Station Cecil Field, and Act of 1949 as amended to extend appli- have at least one year of service in

Editor-Andrew IL Planey cation of the special inducement pay provided current enlistment on date of .
Staff Members: Marian Sprenger JO3; Mary Bixiones, JOSN; thereby to doctors and dentists. .
Dave Devroy, SN; John Charvat, AN; Barbara Tomlinson, SN;
A Air
A Force
Helen Harper. 5. bill to provide additional pay for com- new regulation a
The JAX AIR NEWS is a member of me Armed Forces Press Service. bat duty performed by members of the uni- three-year tour of duty for Air Com-
AFPS material appearing, In this publication mar not be reprinted withoutthe
formed services in Korea. mand instructors. It also will
reassignment -
written pet mission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of oth.rmatter.
except by service publications. Is ptohlblted without permission of of instructors until
Editor. JAX AIR NEWS.Voting .
President Truman has nominated Lt. Gen. their tour of duty and will Air

Lauris Norstad, Commander in Chief of USAFin Training Command to have

Data Told For ThreeWestern Europe, and Lt. Gen. Otto Paul Weyland, in the selection and assignment .

Commanding General of FEAF for promotionto The regulation, in the 36 series, dis-

four-star rank. The President also nominated tributed shortly to the field.

Central StatesBy five AF major generals for three-star rank. At!

No changes of assignment involved.. The Navy has produced a .,
movie-"Command of the Seas" will

( Armed Forces Press Service) U. S. military personnel serving in Ger- be available for public June

This voting information applies to Armed Forces personnel, many and their families will be under juris- 30. The movie, a four-part report the

dependents residing with Armed Forces personnel and U. S. citizens diction of German courts under the peace Navy is doing today, is now ; at

attached to and serving with the U. S. Armed Forces beyondthe treaty which has restored partial sovereignty naval commands.

continental limits of the U. S., unless otherwise specified. These .
persons include civilians employed by the Department of the Army, \I'"W '
'Bennie 1
Navy and Air Force, the Marine Corps and the Coast Guard; and

personnel of the American Red Cross and USO. For additional

election information consult your voting officer. By

NEBRASKAThe 4. Any qualified voter may also ;1LI-'i!
State)
( Cornhusker
become registered by absentee ; O&R
Qualifications for Voting .,
1. Must be at least 21 years of process.Obtaining Ballots and Voting .

age on date of election. 1. All qualified persons who c s ,f.. /l1 .% When the
U. S. citizen having Department up a
2. be
Must a
will be absent from their Nebraska 'J'w
resided in the State of Nebraska residence on election day may / t tE3 'aa a tvav y'l' display depicting -

for at least six months, in vote by absentee ballot. z ... DI program, upon

the county for 40 days and in the 2. Application for absentee Julius W.

precinct or ward for 10 days. ballot is addressed to county artist and
,
3. Must be a registered voterif ? aro helper in the Re-
clerk
county of Nebraska res-
residing in a city of more than idence pair department
and will be accepted as
7,000. early as 90 days before an elec- Laster serv-
.
Registration tion. Marked ballots must reach ices, and

1. Registration in those cities county clerk not later than No- 9'. Fishal," a

where required is permanent un- vember 13, 1952 for the general which he a series ,

til 1956, et which time all voters election. C _, iA _'w N?_ of cartoons, -
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must re-register. COLORADOThe tive idea of the sug-

2. Registration or re-registra- ( Centennial State) AN IDEA FOR AN IDEA"A Trip with Bennie Fishal" key- gestion program.
notes the theme of this SABWODI program display created by The
finished
tion may be accomplished at any Qualifications for Voting Julius Laster, O&R employee, who poses beside it. The cartoons withso
time either in person or by mail. 1. Must lee at least 21 years of describing the Beneficial Suggestion program, are now being much appro HID
3. Unregistered members of age on date of election. displayed in various station departments. Department other

the Armed Forces and their de- 2 Must be a U. S. citizen hav- chant Marine Personnel and cer- the previous two years. employees that -

pendents residing with them, ing resided in the State of Colo- tain civilians" may apply for ab- 2. Members of the Armed ed at the Navy Carnival
and is now
"certain Merchant Marine personnel rado for a period of at least one sentee ballot by mailing com- Forces, "certain Merchant Marine
and certain civilians" may year, in the county for 90 days I pleted Federal Post Card Appli- personnel and certain civil- the various on the

make application for registrationat and in the voting precinct for 15 cation Standard Form (#76)) to ians" and dependents of all these station. .

the time absentee ballots are days. county clerk as early as 90 days persons become registered auto-

requested. These persons should 3. Must be a registered voter. before any election. Marked bal- matically when marked ballots What Is

enter the statement "Please mail Registration lots must be received by proper and accompanying affidavit have

Special Registration Forms" in 1. Registration is permanent official not later than election been received from voter by election
margin of Federal Post Card Ap-
unless a person fails to vote in day. officials.
plication Standard Form (#76)
. when making application for absentee every general election held in 3. All other persons may ob- 3. Any person may register by J
the State. tain an absentee ballot by first absentee process by first request-
ballot. County clerk will
then forward forms 2. Only members of the Armed requesting an "Application for ing an "Oath of Applicant to 1C ll,
necessary Forces may register by mail. In Absentee Ballot Form" from the Register" from county clerk of
along with ballot. When these .
order to register, such persons county clerk of 'Colorado resi- residence. )
forms along with the marked ( )
must first request "Applicationto dence.
ballot have been returned and Obtaining Ballots and Voting .
accepted, voter will be registered. Register by Mail Form" from WYOMINGThe 1. Any person who is qualifiedand
! county clerk at least 90 days in ( Equality State) absent from his Wyoming 0830 All-
-Morning ,
advance of election. Completed
residence on election
Qualifications for Voting day may Saints
I form will be accepted as late as vote by absentee process. 0915-Naval] .
the 15th day before any election. : 1. Must be at least 21 years of 2. Application for absentee ))930-Sunday ll Chat045All -

f. 3. All persons (including mem- age on or before election day. ballots may be made by
mailing
2. Must be a U. S. citizen hav- Saints
f bers of the Armed Forces) may' Federal Post Card Application .
, ing resided in the State of Wyo-
also register either in person or Standard Form (#76)) to county 0830 and 0930- Edward's -
f WYOMING through a member of their im- ming for a period of at least one clerk of Wyoming

i'L mediate family who is already year, in the county of residencefor Marked ballots together residence. 0930 St. Edwards' (C....- J
with
ualsrtASic, registered. 60 days, and the voting pre- chism Clan
Obtaining Ballots and Voting cinct for 10 days. completed registration affidavit, 1030-Mass, St. Chapel. 2
, must be received 0645-Mass at .
by election officials J
1. Any qualified voter who 3. Must be able to read the
, COLORADO not later than election Christian
. will be absent from his countyof State Constitution. day. Tuesday-2000 at Chap- ,

/ residence in Colorado on elec- 4. Must be a registered voter. 3. All other persons must lain's" :>

f. tion day may vote by absentee Registration make application by letter or Thursday-1930- Chaplain' -
ballot. 1. Beginning with the year telegram. Office.
r 2. Members of the Armed 1948, registration is permanent .
Christian
Forces and their dependents residing unless a person has failed to vote "Your children can enter Operation Tuesday-1900 Chap- fr. '
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100,000 Eligible
> F. v: r
S

bis 4 Two Choices For Insurance Holders I


f} Claiming Refunds on Waived PortionsNearly

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100,000 military person- Insurance is 3 percent annually,
nel who are paying full premiums and that on permanent plans of

Hear Ye! Hear Ye! You've by allotment on permanent U. S. Government Life Insuranceis
been asking for it and the news plans of Government life insur- 3V4 percent annually.
has just arrived. The Public ance for which they have been S *

Works Recreation committee has granted a partial waiver of prem- Permanent plans of NSLI and
iums, have twp choices in claim- USGLI involved in this
earnestly been working on a fam- programare
ily picnic and outing to be heldat ing refunds on the waived por- ordinary life, 20 pay life, 30

Gold Head Branch State Parkon tion.The pay life, and the various endowment
Saturday July 12. two choices, announced by plans. Term insurance i i.

There'll l, be plently of food and0menu -. Veterans Administration todayare NOT involved.
consists of fried chick- : The exact amount due on such

all the trimmings, ice 1. While the waiver Is In ef- refunds, whether for one year or

cream and plently of cold drinks. fect, they may request VA in for a number of years, depends
There'll be fun, recreation and writing .to refund the waived upon several factors, such as the

good fellowship. portion. of their premiums, preferably plan and amount of insurance,
...._-, I not more than once a the age at issue, the number of

You can enjoy swimming, boat- year, with interest for the refund years in force, and whether the
Ing, fishing, hiking, volleyball, REHEARSING SIIOW-Lt. Edward Nelson right) of NATT period; or, policies are NSLI or USGLI.
"rides the gain" a magnetic tape recorder as Patricia
Center on '
horseshoes, softball and just 2. They may allow the waived However, the longer funds are
Lockwood (left) reads her lines into the microphone during production -
plain relaxing under the shade. planning for the forthcoming NATTC radio series. Lt. portion to accumulate in VA at allowed to accumulate in VA, the
Festivities will begin at 8 a. m. James Wolfe (center) NATTC Public Information officer, is pro- interest, compounded annually, higher proportionately will the
and lunch will be served at 1230. ducer of the show. The series will begin this coming Sunday at until they are' discharged or released refund be because of compounded

Let's all get together and enjoy 1730 over station WIVY. from service, or until the interest.
.
ourselves. Musical Personalities waiver is terminated for any rea-
Comdr. Alan L. Mersereau, son. Partial waiver of premiums on
Assistant resident officer i n permanent plan policies is pro-
charge of construction, Lt. Bill I Training Center Inaugurates New If they decide to claim the vided by the Servicemen's Indem

Miller, Assistant resident officer waived portion once a year, they nity and Insurance Acts of 1951,
in charge of construction, and Radio Program Series Sunday P.M. I must write to Veterans' Adminis- that went into effect April 25,

wife Ruth, and Bea Jensen, I tration, Washington 25, D. C., 1951. The waived portion permitted
were members of a A weekly radio series featur- I the show, feels that a live audience giving their full name and the by this law represents that
.rk-steno aboard the "Little ing the NATTCats orchestra and : would be a great help to address to which they want the part of the premium covering the

; Saturday for deepsea specially selected guest talent will the show. The shows will be refunds mailed. They also should pure insurance risk. The unwaived -
fishing. Bea was particularly air its first program at 1730 Sun- emceed by Lt. Ed Nelson of the give their service serial number portion represents the reserve
worried about not having "sea- day via radio station WIVY, it Center's First Lieutenant office. and numbers of their insurance requirements of the policy.
legs" and went aboard loaded has been announced by the Good EntertainersA policies for which they are claim Since the reserve requirementsvary

down with lemons and all the NATTCenter Public Informationoffice. number of very good enter- ing refunds. it was deemed impracticable

remedies for the dread disease tainers, both in and out of the The waiver remains in effect to collect such variable
"seasickness" but luckily brought While the first several programs Navy, have been contacted- through the insured's military premiums by allotment from the

them all home unused. will probably originate at cording to Lt. Nelson. service, plus 120 days after dis- insured's military pay. For that
the station studios in town, an Expected to be on hand for the charge or release from service, reason, it was decided to collect
Comdr. Mersereau hooked two attempt is being made to secure first program are novelty singer unless it is terminated sooner. If the full monthly premium by allotment
man-eating sharks, one weighing the use of NATTC auditoriumfor Mel Carter" AA and Patricia the waiver is terminated for any and to refund the waived -

about 100 pounds and the other subsequent shows. This will Lockwood, who appeared re- reason, the refund for the period I portion periodically. -

about 75 pounds. After going permit attendance of a local aud- cently as guest on a NATTC of waiver, plus accrued interest, The word "periodically" now
through a terrific battle with ience.In television show. Vocalist Mary will be made as soon as admin- has been interpreted to mean ."

each, he has now earned the making the announcement, Dimick, SN, of NAS is also be- istratively possible, VA said. preferably not more often than
name "shark-man Mersereau". Lt. Wolfe, NATTC Public Infor- ing groomed for a spot on fu- The interest rate on permanent once a year when request is

The catch of the day was 46 motion officer and producer of ture shows. plans of National Service Life'I made to VA in writing for the ... .
Spanish mackerel and one 15 lb. refund.
king mackerel. All returned Electionicsman Gets Shock .


home feeling the entire looking slightly day. like"touchy"lobsters about and Gains, Loses Inherited 'Wad' In Same Day N.II.RTU NOTES ),.

Indeed sorry to report that .
Jeanette Riley of Utilities is confined -
How would you like to acquire Several new men were addedto
to her home due to illness
$437,000 and lose it all in one the squadron during the past
and we understand that she will
day? month, one especially we wish to
be on sick leave for several
1 Welcome is Ritchie D. Smart,
weeks. Virginia McLaughlin re- It all happened when Oscar
MML1, an ex-regular Navy man.
turned to work Monday as wellas Alan Plait, ETN1 of NAS Elec-
Also new are William B. Mat-
Roberts after having tronics Leb received a telegram
Helep
ney, AR; Peter D. Soulis, Jr., AR;
been on leave. Lcdr. Jim Darnell informing him of this huge in-
and Robert H. Carter, Jr., AR. A
and wife are vacationing in their heritance.
I hearty welcome aboard. We will
home state of Texas. They planto *
I be looking for them to drill with
be gone for a month.Congratulations When Plait returned from the
the squadron as soon as they finIsh
to.Gene Turn- beach Sunday he found the following
recruit training.
elson of the Records section who telegram on his bunk:
Several advancements in rat-
became a proud papa Saturday.The "Regret to inform you Abel Q. ing are also effective now. JamesF

little fellow was named Sharpenstein passed way last Register, Walter R. Harvey,
John Armand, and weighed in at his will names
evening stop you Melvin D. Harvey, and George
6 lbs 14 oz. sole beneficiary stop settlementof T. Morgan, all advanced from AR
his estate will necessitate your to AA.
presence within ten days stop estate Drill attendance competition

MEATBALLwin valued at $437,000 stop please period is over and subject to post
BUILDING UP FOR LETDOWN Plait ETN1, of Elec-
contact our office upon arrivalin tronics Lab. registers state of shock and surprise (left) as he reads audit the results show that team
Chicago stop. It was signed telegram claiming him as sole heir to a $437,000 estate. Plait dejectedly number two, with Terrance C.
Gardner, Howard and Dickson, razes at the message (right' ) when he learns that it wasa Coleman, ADEC, leader, as the
Attys. at Law, 145 N. Michigan, clever hoax. winning team. Other members of

Chicago 30, III. shock, Plait began having some the incoming telegram. Negative this team are John W, Daniels,
Overcome with joy by his un- doubts as to the authenticity of results were registered. AA; Francis H. Driscoll, AKG2;
exected wealth, Plait was filled the delightful dispatch. As he Realizing the gag had reach John A. Ebel, YNT3; Herbert W.
with visions of spending an ultra- checked the telegram thoroughlyhe ed. unexpected proportions, Plait Ellis, YNTC; Fernando R. Pat-
luxurious future. He and his noticed several discrepancies.The began a bit of private investigating. xot, SN; William C. Perry, SK-
friends immediately figured the first error noted was the- ad- He learned the origin of the GC; N. Stuart Quarterman, AD-
l amount due for inheritance tax dress-which is located near Chi- telegram after e careful scrutinyof Fl; Gordon H. Reedy, AKCA;

and internal revenue-final com- cago's Loop. The zone number the message. It was taken Thomas R. Rosakranse, ADE1;
putation left Plait with approxi- designates the southside districtin from a USAFI CorrespondenceCourse Robert G. Schultz; YNT1; Sam-
mately $25,000. Still money in his the opposite direction. Some- book! uel L. Sweeting, ADE2; and Richard \

pocket! one committed a faux pas! The ticker tape was acquired C. Lorberg, AN.
from sources unknown and pasted These men now rate a remain- '{

I I"i Before the day was over, rumor Usually, a prominent firm han- on the blank form. Ironically overnight flight to a point of their
accounts and the enough, the message was typedon choosing during the Annual
"i A boy and girl were out driv- had increased the sum to dles such large
J ing. They came to a quiet spot on one million dollars. Phone calls lawyers mentioned were not fa- Plait's personal typewriter! Training Cruise to be held in ,

the, country lane end the car began pouring in from friends miliar to Plait, a native of Chi- When asked if he knew who August. .
topped. "Out of gas," said the I and strangers alike. One fellow cago. Al never heard of a Sharp- was responsible for the clever > "
: even took the liberty of askingfor enstein, let alone Abel Q. ruse, Plait answered, "I'm not "How did you get so drunk? '\
boy.The contactedfor who did it but if he getsa asked the officer. :r,,
saying
girl opened her purse, and I a stake to mine gold! Plait Tuesday, Plait was '
out flask. I was gaining popularity by leaps facts regarding his newly telegram informing him that he "I got in bad company, sir. You
a
> !" said the boy, "a bottle. and bounds. Well-wishers and found fortune. When Al expressed is heir apparent to the Swedish see there were four of us and I j

, tuned 1 in it?" moochers were plentiful.. doubts a check was made with Crown, he shouldn't be sur- had a bottle of whiskey"and the' 1,

( ," replied the cirl. Recovering from the initial Communications for a tracer on prised!" other three didn't drink. R .



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VP-3, Fasron 109. VF.J03, V/-62, VA-175, Fasron 6, VF-J74, VF-I4 Report Lcdr. Cain Takes

Over At VF-172

I Scouting Jacksonville Area SquadronsVP3 Barnett DepartsDuring


I a brief and informal
has been covered with a fog of ceremony Tuesday morning I ,

Planes crews three, five anc cigar smoke. Congratulations are \ .. Comdr. Marvin E. Barnett relinquished
'
six left recently for the northernmost extended to the following pffi- j his post as commanding
\If: ,
reaches of this country tc cers, Lt's R. D. Amme, and W. S. :< 't.\>:, officer of VF-172 to Lcdr. JamesB.

participate in maneuvers They Reinschmidt, Lt. (jg's) Mike Hol- : '-j-.Ja, :-,,. Cain. He will report to Com

will be gone a little more than lack, Robert Estes, H K. Wylie, '.: }. AirLant Staff for duty.

two weeks, during which time R. S. Satre, H. Stevens and M. L. ) r:. A native of Lakeland, Fla.,

some of the boys from the ice Johnson on their promotions.Last i" : '; Comdr. Barnett was attached to

dates hope to make. a home town seen of Ens. L. T, Trant- ,,,J : the office of Chief of Naval Op-

liberty. ham was a spray of salt water as erations preceding his 15 monthsas

Edward Kareskie, SA, will behaving he ripped up the St. Johns Riverin :.. skipper of VF172. During
shortly for personnel his newly acquired speed boat. ", World War II he served abe

school for an intense 10 week He and his wife spent their win- )\ the light cruiser USS Honol.

course. ter evenings getting the boat in in the Pacific, and on December

Welcome back to Lt. (jg) "Cat" condition for the summer's fun. 7, 1941 was stationed at Pearl

Johnson. The big collegiate footballer According to the latest rumorsLt. Harbor.

has been been missing Richard Amme is going to Lcdr. Cain, who hails fionr

from the squadron since January have to buy two boxes of cigars., Charlottesville, Ga., has servedas

One Lcdr. from North Carolinahas '1":__ executive.officer of VF-172
when he left to join an expedition
on the Arctic Ocean. just started walking to I since 1951. In 1950 the new skip-

Received from FaeTuLant, Brunswick, Maine, with two CAG-17 CHANGE-OF-COMMAND command George of H.Carrier Carterat per graduated from the General
I
reads orders relinquishing
NAS Norfolk, last week were candy bars and a baseball bat. Air microphone Group 17 last week. Standing to Comdr. Carter's left is Comdr. I Line School, Monterey, Calif.,

AD3 Jack Potter, and ATAN's He'll arrive there if he can get Leroy V. Swanson, who took over command of the Fleet Air Jax and last week was awarded his

Alexander Essaides, Clarence C. by Yankee Stadium. Unit. Behind Comdr Carter are (left to right), Capt. Howard 11th and 12th Air Medal. Both

Java, Tal E. Klaus and Edward Hopkins, Chief of Staff, Lt. Conner Fetrie, Jr.-flag secretary CAG-17 V'I men recently returned from Korea -
Lcdr. Paul Culver
aide. Standing on the right are '
Doll. Welcome aboard to the Fasron 109 operations officer and Chief William Brooks. where they Tiad served for

Hangar 140 gang. In keeping with the traditionof I ten months.

Discharges were the order of June weddings, two shipmates Baker, ADI; Louis LindseY'1 I
AOC and William I Heads 6th Fleet Michael J. Brady, PNSN, and to
the day recently as Laurence H. returned from leave recently ; Cassady

Lee, ADE2; George A. Patterson, with better halfs. Robert Hudson,, all of whom shipped over last I I Vice Adm. John H. Cassady has I class "B" photographers'school Pensacola
NATTU
AT2; Kenneth P. "Sam" Bjork- ADI married Miss Anna Youngof week for a six year hitch. assumed'command of the powerful I at goes David

Jund, AD3; Winfield S. Watters, Jackson, Michigan and Cleve- Fred Wiedenhammer, ATI and U. S. Sixth Fleet. Colorful Cordek, AF2. caI
The 1958 isn't too far
AE1, and Gerald K. Jones, AD3, land Stanley, AC3 was weddedto Jimmy Sampair, ADS, are back I ceremonies marked his relieving I year .
nor is six such
visited the separation center for Miss Ruth'Hudson of Memphis, with the squadron after extended 'Vice Adm. Matthias B. Gardner, years a long p
iod (if you say it real fast), or
the first and last time. Tenn. leave. who has been reassigned'as Deputy
at least that seems to be the
James R. Carr, AL3, returned The old tired stork made two New arrivals are William Chief of Naval Operations for
of Fred W ADC
thoughts ,
Dance
from the hospital last.week after passes at Fasron 109 personnel Leigh, HM2; Nicholas Thrappas, Air.
and Russell E. Vansant, AMI,
a long absence. last week to deliver two baby SA; James Millerd, SA; Richard
I who recently re-enlisted for ix.
Roscoe B. Elliott, ADC, WayneA. girls. Royal Demos, AOAN, and Chmielewski," SA; Arnold Green- ,
Boevers, AN, and Bernard L. Herbert Jefferies, AN and their field, SA and William Struck, SA, order to three men who were recently Congratulations to both men.

Miller, AN, shipped over for the wives were the recipients of the who reported aboard for duty advanced to another rungon Along with the weather, the _

traditional "six" last week. I new bundles from heaven. this past week. I the ladder of success. Most I squadron extends a warm wel-

Between expectant fathers and I Definitely on their way to being Best wishes are extended by I recently advanced was Roy J. come to newcomers, Lt.jg's( )
I PHI who changed his Thomas E. Jenike Edward F.
William Reese, ,
are
men
the squadron area twenty-year
promotions all hands to William Murphy,
I white hat for' a chiefs cap last I Christainsen, and John R. Miller
squadronfor
ADI who has left the
duty with VP-861. I Monday. Roy was one of 16 men Among the white hats who will

BIG WINGS rated who successfully passed the add to our mile long chow line,
_Almost big i I Continuing to ride high in the examination for PHC. Over 2,000 but never-the-less a hearty
enough to fly second round of league play the I
'I other candidates in various rates "Welcome Aboard" are MatthewC.
with, are the has a'
Fasron 9 softball team
also passed their respective ev- Shaw, HM2, from the USS
wings con.
rtructcd for r good chance of entering the league aminations, but due to limfla- Steinaker (DD-863)); Andrew J.

Chief Floyd 1. playoff. A call has been issued tions, could not be advanced at i Whiting, SA, from NTC, Bain-

Smith (right) ; for supporters to help the that time. bridge, Md., also Perry R. Gould,

IIf squadron V.1.2 ship-by team make good this year. Rounding out the trio are Lt. SA; Joseph P. Tracy, SA, both

mates. They Only one man was advancedto (jg's) William F. Kushner and from Bainbridge, and from the

"were presented IF r chief petty officer in the Charles K. O'Meara who were west end of this base, NATTC,
to him last squadron on the latest promotional
promoted to full 'Bulls" on Ap- John E. Dyer, AOAA.
week" by Lcdr.
list. Lawrence R. Ritter is the
Nicholas Bran. < Ib ril 1 and May 1 respectively. Unusual for fighter squadronsin
new "hackie". He is a builder in
vro (left) operations Congratulations to all three. this area is an accomplishment -
been in service
offieer the CBS and has
of three pilots of VA-175
in mock kLL \ more than ten years.
e e remony i Three men were transferred who joined the squadron as

marking i VF-103 I recently, two men re-enlisted, Midshipmen some time ago, and
Smith's acceptance were subsequently advanced t.
as Slowly but steadily the enlisted and eight newcomers reported
Chief Boat. roster of VF-103 is filling up. aboard, all of which adds up to I Ensign and just this month to

wain's Mate. Latest arrivals in the newly "more coming than going" if figures II Lt. (jg) all while serving in the

i same squadron.The .
formed squadron at Cecil Field mean anything.

i are: Loyal L. Lukes, ADC from Leaving the squadron for what trio includes Lt. (jg) Dan

I VU-10; Roderick L. Stokes, AN some fellas term "the rocky road Bergman, Kenneth L. Temple-

XF-22 Returns After Busy from USNAS Key West, Fla.; I of civilian life" is Robert L. ton, and Robert H. Alexander.

I Joseph F. Hirko, AD3 from NAT- Clark, 11M2, who left recentlyfor .

Eight-Month Sea Cruise TC Jax.; Robert J. Wittman, NAS separation center. All Fasron Six

AM3 from NATTC Jax.; AngeloJ. hands wish him smooth sailing Last Friday marked the first

--- Tauro who comes from sea and the best of luck. inspection under the new skipper
22 absent then becoming protectors ofthe
Squadron ,
Fighter
I duty aboard the USS Saipan; I Off to Naval Officers Candidate Lcdr. Frederick E. Woodward
since September 1951, returned 1 task forces at sea when the "en.emy"
Phillip R. Mahoney, SA' from I School at Newport, R. I., is (Please Turn to Page 5, Col.
'Med'cruise attacked them.
here last week after a
NTC Bainbridge, Md. Roman 'I
;
aboard the USS Tarawa I Over 1100 accident free landings S'I'
Kazik, ADC from VR-lj: Glen ,
during which it not only made were completed by VF-22
West Fla. 1)I
I Rose, AD3 from Key ;
the first and last landings aboard while aboard the Tarawa in the and T. Williamson, ADI who
1he carrier in the 'Med' but alsocompiled Mediterranean. This is supposedly -
came to the squadron from NTC
an unofficial record the record number of landings Memphis, Tenn.Furthering I

Dumber of landings. for either a jet or conventionalcraft their education recently -

: Squadron pilots flew in one day squadron during a Mediter- were, Lt. Charles Kesh-
..
i ahead of the enlisted crew after ranean cruise. A CAG-1 squadron {.; N a SA.
lear, Ensign Joe Shelton, and
200 recently laid claim in Naval
Tarawa about
leaving the
!
Harold Swartz, ADC, who attended -
i wiles offshore from Norfolk and Aviation News to the record but a four day maintenance

refueling and going through customs were claiming less than 1100
school at Norfolk. Also going to
at Oceana, Va. The enlisted landings. AT-
school were George Duffy,
men and squadron gear were AN; Francis Kelly, AN; and
: brought in by airlift Wednesday First landing made there
Lewis Kane, AEAN, who got the
aboard the Tarawa when arriv-
:night.
straight dope in NARTU's FG-
ing and the last one when leav-
ID School. 'z j J
During it's cruise the Banshee ing was made by VF-22, which Ensign James Halle was promoted I nkicI ,

jot squadron, led by Comdr will be temporarily shore based to Lt. (jg) the first of the v

William E. Fly, its skipper, took here now. month and five airmen apprentices y'' I In. II P
It
part in the operation "Grand When the squadron left, Cecil took a step upward on the t I

Slam", held by five NATO na- Field last September they boarded advancement ladder. The new

tions, and visited 20 ports.-A dual the carrier at Quonset Point, AN's are Owen Fleisthafcer, Eu- _- .__ ,

sole was assumed during the R. I., and operated briefly withit gene Halun, Joe Hergis, Wilbur\, "HEAR YE, IIEAR -Demonstrating to shipmates how hhandled
''Grand Slam" exercise with the before taking in Lantflex 52. Loveless, and Warren Woodford. minor civil: law cases while in civilian life is Dewie J.
pilots of VF-22 being "aggres- It departed from the "states" for Gaul SN (right)* Before being called Into active.
sors" against land air bases and Europe on November 26 of last VJ-62 was elected Justice of the Peace In his home town of narlanllowoal 1
in and Gaul explains different phases of his work to Joseph
trains phase year.
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June 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five




Scouting Sup drons I Middies Visit Plants

I:, Industrial plants and naval Installations -

in the Philadelphiaarea

(Continued from Page 4)) will be visited by U. S. Naval YY Y n Oc

The inspection was held at 1300( Academy midshipmen duringthe

in Hangar 115, followed by a I green as shown. *in *the skit. coming summer. Approxi-

short presentation of awards mately 950 middies will make the
VF-14
ceremony. visit in groups of about 240 to
Weekly reports on the activi-
Recipients of the awards were acquaint themselves with the diversified -
ties of VF-14 are now streaminginto
Kenneth E. Green, AD2, who iI1
the editor's office of the Jax activity and the devel- !
was presented a Navy Unit Com-
Air News, and from all indica- opmnt in technology that the
mendation for action with VP-
tions they are well on their
way Navy and private industry
are
43 during the last war. Another
to seeing new and different
World War II veteran Arthur W. currently undertaking.
places in the Mediterranean. Thesquadron's
![Richardson, AD3 received the
first release arrivedtoo
Presidential Unit Citation for countries complete native .
with
?late for last weeks edition
duty with VP-83. William J. costume and familiar linguistic
and is included with the second
Cady, AM3 garnered the Good expressions.
report, written June 2. ,
Conduct Medal, the Asiatic "They bequeathed us the wine
,
Each week this column will
I
Pacific Medal
Campaign World women and song of the Med,
War II Medal and the I endeavor to inform the wives ,
Victory and wished us good luck in a s k
and families of the whereaboutsand ray x
Service Medal ?
Navy Occupation
ceremony which was carried to
with Asia Clasp. Green also received incidents happening among all parts of the ship by the pub- t
of VF-14.
the Good Conduct Medal. personnel lic address system."

On May 28, aboard the USS
Three Chiefs and one first class
"No liberty was granted at Gi-
Wasp, the first of a series of
decided to make it
definitely braltar since our stay ended at
when articles to he Med as a par of j 5 p,
last week
twenty they re- nightfall, and ye again headed *
way to the Med as a part of r
enlisted. Shipping over were: seaward, but in the memory of
Carier Air Group 1. The follow-
Emmett M. Bush ADC
; GeorgeH. those who are making their first

LaForcade, ADC; Stanley H. ing was received from VF14'sreporter trip to the Med, Gibraltar will

Krezowiak, AMC; and ThomasH. : 'After departing Jack- hold a special spot; the excellent _____..n.. x.. ..... -.,"RIHllllit Ui
lIarritt AD1. All of sonville on the afternoon of May
the
men
weather and visibility afforded a
21, we loaded aboard the Waspat 'BIG CATCH-Proudly displaying this pretty good sized tar-
signed on the line for six. Norfolk on the following fine view of the picturesque pon which he landed in the Gulf, is Walt Moyer, CB1 of Transpor-

Some of the new men to checkin day Spanish and rocky African tation. Moyer boated his catch after a half hour of fierce struggle.The .

the squadron in the past week the and 24th.departed" on the morning of coasts adjoining Gibraltar truly tarpon tips the scales at 75 pounds and was caught with aa
ocean spinner.
.. include: Kenneth L. Matz, ATI, the gateway to the Mediterranean. -
"Having served aboard the
who is for further transfer tc\ ."
Wasp recently we had no trou- 75-Pound Tarpon Becomes
separation center Jack A. Webb
,
ble getting settled. We took the More than a dozen promotionshave
SN, who is here for duty, DavidC.
been received by VF-14
same spaces, eliminating that
Merkey, FA, who is here viaa period of 'I wonder-where-every- personnel. Making up a quartetof Victim Of Local Angler-

request to be stationed with his new full "Bulls" are Herb -
thing-is-on-this-ship. It like
was Local fishermen
are bringing
brother, Aubrey Merkey, AOC, Landess John Riddick, John Har- I half hour
being home again, in some re them in bigger and bigger each over an to bring it to
and Raymond J. Paradeau, ADC spects." per, and Al Hansen. New silver gaff. Some tarp have been caughtin

. who is also here for duty. "We haven't reached our first bars adorn the collars of Bill Cle- I day.Walt Moyer, CB1, of Transportation area waters, weighing more

Two men have been sent to I port at this writing, but from the land and Don Flynn. Congratu- hauled in 75 poundsof than 250 pounds.Approximately.

separation center for discharge lations to all. 20
I way we've been pushing our flashing tarpon down St. Pet pounds of

they are Virgil G. Hough, AM3, I clocks one hour ahead every I Eight men have now added ersburg way recently fish steak can be cut from a fish

and Hugh R. Hutch ngs, AM2.VF174 other night, we must be approaching I their third green stripe. In line Moyer netted his catch on a this size but since it was the larg-

s Europe." I for congratulations are Paul Wil- est Moyer had ever caught he left
150-pound test line with an ocean
The second article, reported helm Jr.; Al Wise; Joe A. Young; spinner while fising from a char- it whole until he could get a pic-
Al J Fiemba Art W. Willits ture of the prize. The fish decom-
Lcdr. George II. Mahler III, June 2::'Today, VF-14 saw the ; ; ter launch in the Gulf.
first port of this year's Medi- Paul R. Unger; Philip E. Ward, posed while en route home and
commanding officer of VF-101, Although the fish was small fora
after the had been takenhe
and Nick L. Smith. snaps
recently expressed his thanks to terranean cruise. During the ear- tarpon Meyer had to wrestle
the fish out in field
dragged a
Lcdr. Paul B. Garrison for the ly hours we dropped anchor off ITo
and left it for fertilizer.
outstanding services of Sam T. Gibraltar, that quaint village-on-
VF-22 PILOT MAKES 1OOOTHlET Moyer treks quite regularly to
West, YN1. His letter of commen- a-hill made famous by insurance
the gulf which he "swears by" as
dation read in the advertisements. Contrary to pop-
part: 'During LANDING ABOARD TARAWA
a fishing paradise. A day's deepsea
period 7 to 9 May 1952, your ular belief, however, many were
fishing including fishing
,
surprised to view ?
large townat
command a
temporarily assigned Lcdr.- William "Tag" Liv- I cutting ceremony was held with gear, bait, food and boat costsno
Sam T. West, YNl, to VF-101 for the base of the "Rock", rather
ingston of Fighter Squadron 22 Livingston giving the first pieceof more than $12 a day, so he
than just the rock itself For GIbraltar -
the purpose of aiding in the initial ; I. his cake to his plane captain.
is a thriving community goes the honor of making the says.
organization of an adminis- -
I The entire squadron participatedin e .
trative and personnel office." clattered with red-roofed 1000th jet landing aboard the the party.

this orange houses and modern apart- carrier USS Tarawa. VJ-2 Now
"During three day period VF-22, formerly a unit of Car- Boasting

West displayed outstanding Initiative ment buildings, and a shopping Since Livingston is the squad- rier Air Group Four at Cecil
district over a mile long.. Boatswain'VJ2
resourcefulness and tech- ron's maintenance officer and is Field, was in the Mediter- 'Flying

nical competence. His efforts resulted "Steaming into the harbor thus charged with keeping the ranean for several months. The
I has of the few
now one
in the successful comple- right behind us was the USS Tarawa planes flying, the event had a squadron visited ports from

tion of a very difficult task." the ship we were to relieve dual significance. The one thou- Gibraltar to Istanbul, in Spain, "Flying Boatswains" in the en-

With a clear eye and positive In appreciation of our arrival sand carrier landings were made France, Italy, North Africa, Sicily tire Navy. Chief Floyd Smith

attitude the Tarawa sent over a del- without an accident. gained the title recently when he
, William E. Watson, Greece, Crete, Turkey and

. ADC. line chief, has returned egation of mock ambassadorsfrom The traditional pilot's cake- Sardinia.AsTempusFugils. changed his rate from general
the various Mediterranean
from leave.Lt. service boatswain's mate to avia

George (broken collar bone) tion boatswain's mate.

, Dent is recovering nicely at the x.Y His shipmates constructed a

Naval Hospital, and why notf 1 His Digits Figit huge pair of wings which were

with such pretty nurses around.In given to him at a mock ceremonylast

our safety slogan contest- week. Accompanying the

it seems we don't have many On Old FrigatesTime wings was a citation which read:

slogans this month. What's the "On or about 1 May 1952 Chief
can hang heavy when
you
matter men, no pencils available \ Floyd was transferred to this
have nothing much to do in your
or don't want that "48"? If command and due to his devo-
you \
< ,\..... .. spare time, especially at such a
a few can do it, so can the rest.I ..... tion and conscientious effort in
; 'f' small base as Mayport where
II Get that and pencil and getting indoctrinated in Priva-
paper "
:' only 45 sailors and 3 officers com-
start writing. .: ;LI/c: : : :":'''#>: prise the total force aboard. teer type aircraft by volunteerfor -

Received word from Edwin long, tedious flights to Norfolk -

Farady, AOC, that the ordnance Ray "Rembrandt" Lucas, SN, Va., it is felt that he has
found he could take up a lot of
worked like beavers for earned the right to wear these
gang slack hours and really enjoy him-
the fleet rocket competition. Congratulations wings.
' self painting. Chief Boatswain's Mate Smithin

Procuring canvas and paints the future will be known as
, It must have been pretty disgusting from shops in Jax Beach he Boatswain"
the "Flying of VJ-
;, to have sat on a rock for delved into t
an imaginative scene
4 2., (See Picture on Page 4).
four hours and after using four r of 'old time" frigates. Lucas spent 4 I .

,. pounds of shrimp, not even geta approximately three weeks with '
She slim
: "My, my, what ex-
nibble. At least they tell usthat's heckling mates watching beforehe
pressive hands you have. They
'
po.... chief
what happened to a completed the oil. "
,
belong on a girl!
until an ordnance chief came It turned out so well that he
He: 'Okay, baby, I never pass
along and gave him a helping LM Is planning on doing another "
.._._ up an opportunity.
hand. -------
right away. He is sending the

Judging by comments, the VF- PUTS SPARE TIME TO USE-Scoffing at tales of a sailor's "Frigate" home. .i" Having to make your own fun

174 skit with the help of the men'on natural aversion to painting of any kind Ray Lucas, SN mixesa Total cost of the picture Lucas can be pretty tiresome to soma "

props was highly successful three-inch brush profession with the finer arts and comes out estimates at around $30 well and very satisfying to others as a

the air group's party last Fri- with good results. Lucas painted this oil of an old frigate In three worth the while for a lot of well Lucas, who hu 'the initiative to
weeks and it much he's another. lie is attached
enjoyed so planning -
;; night; Comdr. Carter didn't to the Maintenance crew at Mayport, where one of his jobs spent leisure time and for acquiring -" start and finish a worthwhile 4

really run CVG-17 from the golf is touching up buildings In need of a new paint job. a new talent. project. --.... tij

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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 19 June 1952UNIQUE

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.:. .: New Field Phone

I Station Dialogue

..
Has
< ;- 'Woodpecker'Signal .

I "Station Dialogue" provides an ) ly at this age a period in military -

TonesA opportunity for military and civ- I service would not disrupt.

ilian personnel of NAS to voice their future plans."

military field telephone that their opinion on a question put .

.. makes a noise like a woodpeckeris to them by a Jax Air News re- I Mrs. Judy Covington .0 & R,
", the Bell
f Telephone System'snewest
'..,. '" ':" ,. porter.) Metal Shop, Process Division-,
U. Arm-
S.
':. contribution! to

.sr'.'.. :I" \'\ t'' r ed Forces. It was recently approved A Today's recent Question gallup : poll showed ,fl't.. "I think that
li
',' t' \ r 'tkI for use by the Signal regardless o f
<. '1 e Corps. that :young men in defense indus- a what walk 'of
tries would be the first drafteesif
) life
,. H The "woodpecker" signal replaces joungboys
the public had its way. The
: >#. a ring. It is pitched at a might come
.
't' question is: If you were a mem-
from they
frequency best for hearing de-
"
ber of the draft board which of
should
spite background noise and for be
,, .
\
: the following five categories
drafted when '
best hearing'eyen for soldiers
would you draft first in the interest their time
whose senses are dulled by com-
--
bat fatigue. of the national defense Co\inglon comes. I have
1.- College Students (good
'Y .. This sound can be reduced to a two boys of my own, 14 and 17
grades exempt or no distinc-
whisper or even silenced alto- and when their draft time comes,
tion?) 18-yr-olds just out of
;
T R O P II YAm gether for safe use in front line I think they should be right
high school] 3.-Young men of
;
0 s t unusual positions near the enemy. there with the rest of them."
trophy is the I eligible age in defense indus
I .
for field
Designed rough tough
creation (right) tries; 4.-Men working on farms;
of Lt. James Me- use it is lighter in weight, smaller 5.-Mariicd fathers of draft-age. I Marion C. Joiner O & R em-
Daniel of VC-62. in size than the old type set '
When his M .
wife and can operate in an emergency olovee."I

broke he utilized the club club without batteries- on voice power Theodore Fritch Jr., Chief i don't think

ball, tee an old alune. clerk NAS"I: I any exempt-

... picture frame The phone can be dunked in would draft ions or distinctions -

and miniature water used in sub-zero temperatures college boys
beer bottle. Bottle should be
first but
ex-
in heat at altitudes
depcits famous tropical and -
-
empt the boy between thosein
19th over 10,000 feet withouttrouble I
hole." The trophy is now being used as incentive at VC-62. At to transmission or recep. majoring in en- college or

I top Lt. Robert Holmes (right) winner of last week's tourney gineering or -LWJI those who don't
accepts custody of the trophy from Lt. Frank Last who held it tion.The medical. Colleges Joiner ..
handset is shaved at the
previously. ,. possess money to go to college.I .
ear piece so it can fit beneath a ... throughout would certainly not choose

; WIFE'S GOLFING FURY LEADS battle helmet. It is also designedso Fritch the United* I young married fathers unless all

I it can be operated by a soldier States are filled "
other supplies were exhausted.
TO WOE BUT TURNS OUT OKAn wearing long, heavy Arctic mit with flunkers and I think this I .

country has too many specialistsand
idea of what to do with ,, the squadron's officers weekly tens. not enough workers." Hubert T. Perry O & R, Joiner.
favorite golf club in case it
your "No
exemp
golf tourney.
Test Arctic Water I
10,000
suffers an untimely demise either tions. I don't
.5 Chief William H. Gilbert PNC
because Feet Below Surface
accidentally or ;you like to see any-
miss shot and decide it Competition in the weekly in charge of ComFairJax Person-I J t
an easy (AFPS-A I S one drafted
Washington studyof
event, played on Wednesdays I nel office-: i
is the club's fault, has been advanced but
althoughI'd
Arctic Ocean water to a depth choice ,
"For of
during the squadron's athletic
Lt. James F. McDaniel
by ,
like to
of see
10,000 feet has been carriedout
period, has increased tremendously the five ans-
rf VC-62.
I I the Office of Naval Re- my son (19J
by
] since introduction of the I wers, I would
Lt. McDaniel was placed in unusual trophy. search, William V. Kielhorn civilian say college stu- _finish. college---
such a situation recently when I scientist, has announced. perry nes just like
dents with
While the loss of the club no
.. his brand new number three was : Water immediately below the exceptions. My the rest. We depend on them all,
*wood wielded by his wife during difficult to accept, Lt. McDaniel ice is minus-30 degrees. Its farmers, defense workers college

one of her first attempts at the I feels he is compensated by the I temperature stays the same for gestion personal would sug- students, and the 18-year-olds."
I
new interest aroused in the weekly I
out second in .
game came a poor several hundred feet then risesto .
b to make
] tournament end the resultant Gilbert e
battle with in the
tree
a roughon I
a point just above freezing. Clyde P.
increase of fellowship among thesquadron's j the service enticing enough that Willis, ADI, Fasron
the NAS course. This layer is 2,000 feet thick. Below -
volunteers would take of :
care
linksmen.
I it the water again becomes the draft problem. I don't think 109"I'd
take the
After recovering from mild (Last reports indicate that Mrs. colder, Mr. Kielhorn said.
drafting should be
hock induced by his wife's announcement McDaniel has been persuaded not Purpose of the was to necessary I 18-year olds
program
unless the event of outright
in ,
of the accident the to use her husband's clubs until obtain general information for over anyone

young pilot decided to preserve I j I she becomes more proficient at Navy operations and eventuallyto war. i else, mainly

at least a part of the broken club the game). assist commercial aviation because I believe
use Lt. Robert L. Parker CO of I
that a boy
I for posterity's sake. I of the North Polar routes. Flag Administration, ComFair in college

'. Taking a portion of an old picture I!
Plan Safety I "My choice of should 1 not
; frame, a new ball, a miniature "-- --

I beer bottle and the head of (Continued from Page 1)) draftees would I midstream.Willis change horsesin

I the club he created a trophy deigned be 18-yr olds
dent victims. .. .
*
I to keep the memory of the that are not

I expensive wood alive forever. Establish 100 Councils going to college Harry L. Gardner ADI 1, Fas-

t To combat this problem the s The rea- ron 109-: .... .....,.
Once finished he was faced with Federal Safety Council has as its "My first
son being, first,
the problem of what to do with current objective the establish -- choice wouldbe
Parker if they are not
t the unique, but not particularly ment of 100 additional Field Safe college-bound the 18-year-
they are unde-
1 useful object, he had construct- ty Councils, including the one in cided as to their career. Secondly ta? olds, because
*d. Jacksonville. Since the they haven't received -
t preponderance -
I they have no plans, and third-
t With the concurrence of his I of accidents in the Fed- the con- .

j fellow officers the creation was eral service occur in field operations Navy Tests New Bottom centrated train.
I
1 placed in service as a trophy to it follows that the Federal ine for a ca-
For Future ""*
) be awarded to the low scorer in Safety Council must include Jet Seaplanes Gardner;: reeer, when

j field establishments as an integ- Washington (AFPS-A) radically just out of high school."

PRIVATE STUIT 1 ral part of the Council if an effective new hull design for the I' .

.I accident prevention job is M PJM-1 Marlin patrol plane is Joseph A. Giglio Jr., AN VP-

i to be done in Government. undergoing Navy flight tests. The I 741-:

I smaller hull is designed for jet- w, yKQi
I I It is hoped that a marked reduction -

/ in accidents In the Jacksonville powered seaplanes of the future. "18 "eareldsare 1/1)
I j )
J Developed to decrease hull
area among Federal em- '
Jt e" drag and overcome inability i my choice e.
I ployees will grow out of the activities to

h of the proposed local make quick taxiing stops the of draftees. Af'l

t council. hull bottom is affixed to the wing
j and hull ter a few years
crown of the P5M-1. Development
Officers To De Chosen
I I of the new model in the service

I Officers will be elected, a charter 4 I. (M270)) evolved from years of .
.sc-
they will knowGlrIiG'
t applied for and by-laws
established
tests in towing tanks and wind

at the second organiza- tunnels. what work for"
r 1t. career they will .!
tional meeting of the local coun- ,"

I. cil which will be held at the Lt. Sherman C. Jr. Fa't
1,600 Upped to Lcdr. Cagle
t.a Seminole Hotel on July 11 at .
THE THING-A well dressed Washington (AFPS-A) Navy t ron 109, Operations officer:-
1230.
r para medic. S/Sgt. Harold selection board has "I think it
of all Federal recommended ,
Representatives Howard of the 3rd Air Rescue
r l agencies in this area are urgedto Squadron Japan demonstratesgarb 4,600 reserve lieutenants of should be on ..

attend. worn when parachuting the line for promotion to the an equal basis

i into a heavily wooded area. grade of lieutenant commander.
> The suit Is made of heavy can- regardless o f
Most of the
officers are either
( vas, 'almost an inch thick and on whether the
f':: Watch For Includes a jump helmet with a inactive duty or have reportedfor

face mask for protection against active duty since June 30, boy come

i'r. tree branches. Also Includedare 1951. They will be notified of .. from a farm
a reserve chute an all-pur -
I.i I Operation Sharp pose! medical Mt and tree "let their appointments by individual Cagle section, Industrial .

.i down" equipment. letter, st'.tionr or business section."




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'Hurricane Hunters' Prepare For Seasonal Blows I


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Season's First



Protective r + ) O .. A ZQ Storm AlertAlreadyFlown

Hurricane


.t iMeasures

r' .. Despite deliberately flying into
;I the whirling, deadly maws of
: Hurricane warnings and ad-
tropical hurricanes in order to
vice from the U. S. Weather Bu-
extract valuable information and
reau are widely distributed radio it out to waiting weather
and radio. The
through press
'
stations, the Navy's 'HurricaneHunters"
Hirst warnings describing the location -
: ". have never lost a planein
intensity and path of the .
,?, a storm since they began op-
: storm ere released when the
eration in 1947..

Storm! is a great distance .away L........,.,.. ........ ... ... v Information they obtain dur
and are labeled "advisory"
.
ing these flights is sent to the U.
As the hurricane approaches "HURRICANE'S COMING"
S. Weather Bureau at Miami and
roast "warnings" are issued by Getting dispatch from the
sent out from there to all ships
the Weather Bureau so all inhabitants Miami Weather Central alert-
to a suspicious storm small craft, cities and weather
of the vicinity where ing; them
area, pilots and aerologists of bureaus in the vicinity of the
_
the hurricane is likely to strike
themselveswith
tY \ J.% familiarize storms.
',. will be fully warned and, have the latest details (top
1 :" time to prepare for the coming left). Left to right are: Lcdr. The Navy squadron providingthis
:' storm.by Robert Doherty, Lt. 0 jg: ) Chester warning service Op until
Ilarilenburf, Lcclr. Ted this VP-23 based at
year was ,
.""t Steps for self-proiection and Kowall and Lt. (jg) U. Lee
Miami and the
V conditions that arise during hur- Jewell. Out over the St. Johns operating during -
after takeoff from NAS goes hurricane "off season" as a pa-
: ricanes, taken from observation
;.... one of the VJ-2 Privateers (top trol squadron. When this unit
of past storms, have been com-
his instruments
right) Readying: was disbanded this year, VJ-2
piled by the American Red Cross during flight over storm
and are as follows: area is Lt. Jim Tembrink, aerologist was commissioned here on a full
who sends data back to time weather reconnaisance basis
,
FIRST AID
SHELTER AND _
Weather Bureau which in turn and is composed partially of
_| STATIONS-Find out where the disnatches information to the I members that had been serving

E( nearest first aid station has been J \ > O public. in VP23.

'..1 established. (Usually at your I .. .. _.
.' : neighborhood school). If you feel
r_ that your house is not secure The new "Hurricane Hunters"skippered '

a: and plan to go elsewhere, Go p'iSirength At Sea I by Lcdr. David J. Wal-

'";... '.",' day early, ;blanket take food and for pillow.at least Don't one I Hurricanes Build Up kinshavv one alert, this have year already on a received possible '

1 .1. hurricane but investigation
\ wait until the last minute to begin '
Hurricane season has arrived pressure areas and[ this has pro- tropical storm before it can be' proved it to be only a "troubled"area .
i:, storm preparations. again in Florida. I vided observers with some interesting classed as a hurricane is 75 miles' providing relatively little
SICK PERSONS Arrange-
hour. During the violent 1935
to an
storms times when trying pre- danger.
These severe tropical
,.:. ments are made by the American usually form between June and dict behaviour and course of the Keys' hurricane, velocities of 200,I The central weather bureau in
:. Red Cross to transport sick
\' I October and occur most frequently blow. miles an hour were recorded. Miami usually provides the
to of safety. I
persons places in August and September. Earliest Much of the destructive poweron squadron with information on"suspicious"

: DOORS, WINDOWS Board one in recent years was first USUALLY accompanied by tor- property in the "maelstroms"come I or "troubled" areas

f{ windows if you can do it secure- sighted on May 17 last year and rential rains, the hurricanes are from the gusts of wind accompanying that might develop serious

a; ly. Have strong bracing for out- there have been some as late as of great intensity and cause the main body. These storms..Their information in turn
..
c; side doors. Make provisions for November. mountainous waves at sea and often exceed the sustained aver comes from other weather sta- ...

opening a window or a door ont' Chances of the Jacksonville high tides on land. I age velocity of the storm by 30 tions, ships, small craft, planes

t' the lee side of the house to prevent area being visited by a hurricane I During the early part of the to 50 per cent. I and daily weather charts kept ly:
a vacuum being formed by I .
t to statistics season the hurricanes usually observers.
1 in 50 according
are ,
>> I .. .. ..
wind suction. I released by the American Red I Ii form out in the Atlantic, East and AT THE FAR outer edge of the

DRINKING WATER- Before Cross but even on such a long South of Cuba, in the "doldrums"I hurricane the winds are light to A definite departure from ti,

the storm, sterilize the bathtub i shot it might be well to know I or areas of tropical calms at least moderate and gusty with slight orthodox procedure is made by
a, and fill it with water; also fill all I above the equator. the "Hurricane Hunters"
five
I what a hurricane is and the precautions degrees rains. As the storm center ap- 0 n
.: jugs, bottles, etc., as water service to take if one is headed proaches the wind increases and these flights for as soon as the

may be off temporarily. Even this way. I FLORIDA has been hit by 79 the torrential downpours are plane enters the storm area the

;"\ for some time after the service tropical storms in the last 64 i found. Highest wind velocitiesare aerologist making the flight f
has been restored it is wise to and 52 of them have been "cons" controls the Di-
BASICALLY a hurricane is a years found close to the outside rim or plane.
S'.. boil all drinking water unless large tropical cyclone character : of hurricane intensity. Key West of the "eye." recting the movements of the

your supply is received from the ized by winds of at least 75 miles I' and Miami areas almost always "Eye" or "core" is used when plane so that the necessary information -

.. city's water mains.ELECTRIC I I per hour and in this area will always have,borne the brunt of these vicious referring to the relatively calm I! can be gathered, this

SERVICEFor I move in a counterclockwisedirection. wind and water mixtures.In In Navy specialist will return full
center.
service I area in the storms general
public safety, electric It has a central vortesor size and traveling speed the air movement in this control to the pilot though If the

1'. will reach be suspended strength.when It winds will I "eye," a relatively calm area I hurricanes have varied from less sector is light or variable to calm. craft becomes seriously endan
dangerous
: in the center that may have a than 50 miles to more than 500 This has been found to be one gered.In .
; '" be restored as promptly as emer- diameter of 5 to 30 miles depending miles in diameter and dependingon of the most dangerous phases of addition to the pilot, copilot -

gency crews can repair damage on the storm's size. the latitude their forward for and flight aerologist aboard
the storm though many peo-
i and check all lines for yousafety. 200 to 500 each hop the will Include
Formed around low pressure speed has ranged from ple leave their shelter to survey crew
.t,': Keep Away From Loose areas the storm begins as dipsor I miles per day.Minimum the damage and are caught in two navigators, two mechanics, ,.
,' Wires. -
HOUSEHOLD bulges on an intertropicalfront wind velocity for aMore the open by violent winds on the one radarman, one radioman and \
f k'r EMERGENCY flash. and increases .in intensityand other side of the core. sometimes one or two ordnancemen. ?.
EQUIPMENT-Check your size until suddenly the disturbance Hurricane Data Radar Is used to help determine -
'' winds will always
batteries and These second
: light; have spare forms a complete circle Procedures and action to be the extent and location!.
lantern follow the calm from the hurricane
bulbs. Get a good or
with winds of 75 miles an hour or taken warning of approaching of the hurricane.
upon that and
area
candles before the stores are passing over
more and is classified as a hurri hurricanes will be publishednext violently Average flight time for crew- _
and
suddenly
sold out. If emergency cooking will begin
members of these hopsis
on one
cane. week. of conditions
facilities are necessary be sure Stages Since they are on the far side
This hurricane or low pressurearea also be explained. about eight hours and 700
alert will
of !
1\ order. Remem- of the circle they blow in the opposite
they are in good
will not combine with high miles from the nearest base is
I
// kerosene gasoline and direction of the first wind.
! ... ber that --- about the longest flight that can
': other fuels are dangerous if not I be made by the P4Y's. Only one

properly handled. FOR YOUR own safety do not plane is usually assigned to the

STORM LULL-If the storm 4C leave the immediate vicinity of hurricanes but if the situation

center passes directly over, there your shelter until the winds have demands two will be assigned and

: will be a lull in the wind,lasting subsided for the second time. The usually prove sufficient. -
-it. from a few minutes to half an waiting period may vary from a

.1" hour or more. STAY IN A SAFE few minutes to several hours depending ibbean.In .

., PLACE. Make emergency repairs on the size of the calm case two hurricanes were to c

ir: during a lull if necessary area and the forward speed of meet they probably would not .....-;
g; but remember the wind will re- the disturbance.An merge since their very structure

turn suddenly from the opposite additional hazard has occurred shouldn't allow it but either cne .

direction, frequently with even here since hurricanes or both might be buffeted enough r

._ _.'Y' greater violence. sometimes "buttonhook" and to drop it from hurricane status. t
KEEP RADIO ON-Keep your come back over their original Although it is over land they

radio on as long as power is route. Two hurricanes did that do their greatest damage end col.

available. Listen to the advisories in the past, one that had belted lect the' most lives the tropicalyclones li.

and warnings issued by the its way up into Georgia through : lose velocity and intensity .. ,

Weather Bureau. Through' this r"u_____ Florida but it died .before reentering quickly over land and have :h'to

medium you will receive any information This Is what the tea looks like o'urinjr hurricane. The swirling Florida. The other one be at sea before their. strength :' ,-
f I that will apply to your plunging: sea was photographed from 200 feet Winds Ire in had been traveling In the Cere an: build up. ',' :
local area. excess of 72 mph here.
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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 19 June 1952 's


Center Marines Marines Scan Ranks
( I

F" Conduct Colorful For Air Cadet Training

Washington (AFPS) The

Marine Corps is looking for

I t Parade ReviewLt. enlisted men who wish to become
Prepare yourselves for another Navy Aviation Cadets.

. dunking party. A prominent Col. James C. Lindsay, com Applicants must be unmar

member of our Wave complement manding officer of NATTCen- ried American Citizens between

is due for a "big splash" in ter's Marine Aviation detach- 18 and 27 with either two

the pool shortly. Oak leaves, yet! ment conducted his first person- years of college or one year

Prospective contestants. for the nel inspection last Saturday and a GCT of 120 and a PA

I' ping pong tourney have been going since taking over his command score of 116 on standard classification .

S strong during the past week. here. tests. High school

Among those concentrating on One of the most impressiveheld graduates may apply if they

improving their backhand are at the Marine unit, the pa- have successfully completed

Mary Dimick, Joann Windisch, rade featured the newly arrived USAFI college-level general

Ruth Richardson, Marge Clark NAS band. education development tests. 'A-"'

'scuse, Chief Clark, Mickey Me- Two awards were made duringthe Interested personnel should!!!

Quiggie, Ingie Bergman and Betsy inspection. M/Sgt. Edward apply to their commanding officers

Owens. Talent galore. Let's Spahr received the Gold Star in for further information.

set a date for the opening match. lieu of the 17th Air Medal, while References are contained in

z M/Sgt. William Sapp garneredthe Joint Letter 52-163, Navy Department

Those "Redskins" roaming Air Medal. Bulletin March 31,

about the barracks aren't Indiansbut TOUCIIE'-Ron Howard (right) Chaplain's yeoman at Main- Spahr received his award for 1952.26Centermen. 45

members of the beach party side, thrusts while his opponent Gene Foreman, attached to the service while serving as radio
held USS Cloris attempts to the lunge. Their exhibition of fenc-
in honor of the Lady Ma- parry man aboard a Marine air trans-
rines last The ing was: part of the festivities at the annual Shipwreck dance at
Sunday.
party wasa the USO recently. Howard won the match, %.1. after falling behind port which evacuated woundedUN <
huge success although some of I the first point. troops from Pyongyang in
the girls are suffering from an Korea. Advance ToChief's

overdose of the sun's rays. Seems Ala Three Musketeers Sapp was presented his award

that they didn't know when to for volunteering for and participating
RateOut
take cover. Coach Shorb thought 'louche' En Garde' Blade Students in a rescue flight which

fully cancelled Softball practice went to the aid of 52 woundedUN
Monday giving the squad an opportunity personnel near Sinanju, Ko of fifty-six Navy men up-
As Steel Clashes With SteelFencing
to recuperate.And Cry rea. ped from Aviation Electrician
Mates First Class to CPO, better
then there are others complaining (See Picture Page 1)
about sore muscles. Can'tpass professional style, less than two years, receivinghis than 23 percent of the total ar"

a physical in that condition! is taking hold here, and we start in the Springfield, men stationed at NAT'l'Center"?"

But then, we all aren't pushing don't mean chicken wire on Ohio, YMCA. What HappensTo Jacksonville.
NATTCenter also rated three
forty! iron poles. Since that time Howard has
Cadet's Hats Aviation Storekeeper Chiefs and
won numerous exhibition
Fast becoming one of the
Aviation
three OrdnancemenChiefs.
Better late than never-after matches both at home and in
outstanding features of the Thrown In Air? Of the nine PR1'sthroughout
a rude awakening in the shower, Jacksonville. A victory over
Louise Downing is convinced that Jacksonville USO, located Gene Foreman, attached to the You know those graduation the Navy who were

she should join the Softball spec- above the bus depot on Adams USS Cloris docked in Jackson- pictures you see every year show promoted to khaki level, two

tators at all future games. Since Street, fencing offers the player ville harbor, was his most recent ing midshipmen and cadets fling- took their exams at the Center

Louise is a heavy sleeper, it was a chance to combine intelli- triumph in a match at the ing their hats into the air? Ever here.

no trouble for six shipmates to gence, coordination and condi- annual Ship-Wreck dance. wonder how they get them back? Effective date of promotionwas

carry her bodily into the shower tion into a highly specializedsport. The USO !is open daily Ancient legend has it that up- June 16.Following .
Is the list of NAT-
where the cold spray washed the through Friday, from 1000 un- on entrance to either the Navalor
TC personnel who were includedin
fleep from her eyes. Randy, Win- Ron Howard, chaplain's yeoman til 2230 end on Saturdays from Military Academy the plebe
the CPO promotion list:
dy, Eck, Richy, Mickey and Bixie at Mainside has already 1000 until 2330. The fencing begins practicing throwing his
Lee Davis, ABC Dale Reiten-
composed the convincing squad! earned a reputation as one of room is available to all per- hat high into the air and re- ;
ACC William Burnett AEC
our, ; ;
Aviation Storekeeper graduates the fencing masters at the sonnel desiring to learn this trieving it with accuracy. This
Loren Schmitt, AEC John Cryer
last week were "Gussie" Stead. USO. Ron has... been fencing fascinating sport En Garde! he does for four years, throwingit Jr., AEC; George; Stokes-,
t Cathleen Kinerk and 4.5 higher and higher as he pro-
rnan, Marge
AEC; James Tylee, AEC; Paul
;" Spillane, "Gussie" left for at Civilians Pick gresses toward graduation.If .
duty Navy Announces Koontz, AEC; Paul Wiltsey, AEC;
he cannot master the deft
.' NAS San Diego; Cathleen was assigned Donald Sorensen AEC Clarence
to NATTC Jax and Marge (Continued from Page 1)) Openings For Weapons art, special tutors are called in ;
Connor, AEC Bernard Roberts
I--: moved over to NAS barracks. ducting the election within their Project DutyWashington to prep him for the big moment. AEC Virgil Garrison; AEC and,
; ;
Welcome aboard, all! department or group. These Thus, by the time he is readyto
you Andrew Cavar AEC.
members are Arlington W. Ben- I (AFPS-The) Navy graduate he is an expert ,
has announced that regular and Others were, James Blalock,
nett, Supply and Fiscal depart- thrower and retriever. No heightis
Reserve line officers with either AEC; Amos Oliver AKC; Sonny
ment; Paul Longstreet, Public too high. He can throw and
Wachter AKC Jack Shulor
education or practical experiencein ; ,
Works department; Henry B. retrieve with the best of them.
Masterson, Industrial Relations ordnance, electronics, electricity But ancient legends sometimes AKC; Bernard Fitzgerald, AOC;
physics apply for duty William Wagner, AOC; William
department, Miscellaneous or may exaggerate. The truth is that
with the Armed Forces Special Dickerson, ATC; Henry Pierson
Group, and Paul B. Chapman, the middle or cadet flings his hat
I Jr. ATC James Tillis ATC Ell-
Weapons Project.Applications ; ;
into the air with reckless aban-
By Armed Forces Press Service) Overhaul and Repair depart wood Erickson PRC John Damon
ment. for this duty don. He throws it away. lIe does- ;
QUESTIONS should be addressed to the Chief n't need it any more. Instead he AEC; and Robert Lemmons

1. Russia's longest river pos- Date Not Set Yet of Naval Personnel. Officers selected stands aside and lets the under- AOC. .
sesses one of the shortest names. For the Station Shop Committees .
will receive from four to graduates or visitors scramblefor
What is it? 42 members are to be elect- six months training at Sandia them. It is considered his last New Salt Pill
ed the 14 Committees 21 in Army's
2. The initials of five linked to ,
Base, N. M. Normal tour of dutyin act of college frivolity before he
bodies of water spell the word Overhaul and Repair department, the program is from two to shoulders the burdens of the Tne/s Stomach DistressA
"Homes." Name them in this 12 in Public Works department, 6
two and one-half world.-AFPS).
years. new salt tablet has been developed
order. _in__ Sunnlv and_n_ _Fiscal__n._ denartment
that is to all
acceptable
3. At its greatest depth, the and 3 in the Miscellaneous Group AFP$ troops.

Pacific Ocean measures 35,400 which represent all other station

feet Where, approximately, is departments.The During WWII approximately
30 of the soldiers suffered
percent
this deepest point? offical nominating petition

4. Though completely surrounded form contains the names of var- stomach distress upon tryingthe

by water, Australia is classedas ious Committees in each depart- standard, fast-dissolving salt
tablets then in The tabletsare
a continent. What then, is the ment as well as a list of the em- use.
world's largest island? ployees which are representedby 4 sometimes needed to replacethe
salt lost through
5. Mt. Everest is the world's each. The number of signa- ? perspiratio "s" ,
in extremely warm climates.
highest mountain. Where is the tures required to validate a pe-
world's highest waterfall? tition is also included on the Each crystal of the new salt

6. Only one president lived to form The various departmentshave # tablets is coated with cellulose

be 91. Who was he? appointed an Election Offi- acetate which permits slow dissolving

1.1 7. What was Ulysses S. Grant's cer and Election Supervisors who i' : ; and avoids the release ofa

real first name? will be responsible for conduct- sufficient quantity of salt to

: 8. Only two presidents were ing the election of members to cause stomach distress.

born west of the Mississippi. Who the various Shop Committees.The The new tablets can be stored
_
were they? actual date of the electionhas t c __ for long periods without deteriorating -

... 9. What does the "S" stand for not been determined, but as I ; will not absorb moisture
.
. In President Truman's name? soon as all nominating petition t '_ __ from the air, and will withstand

. 10. Who was the first professional forms are received names of can- high temperatures and rough

.," soldier to be elected president didates for the various depart- handling.(AFPS).

? ments and Committees will be zfw- ri ; t'

(Please Turn to Pace 7, Col. 5)) publicized and the actual date Inebriate, returning to bar:'

for Answers. ). and time of the election will be "Shay, think I've been kidnap.

Mother (entering the room unexpectedly announced. ped."
DANISH PASTRY Danish-bora Greta Thysen "Miss Denmark Bartender "
Mabel! Get right : "How come?
): marries of 1951," indicates she knows how to translate "cheesecake"as Soak: "When I went home, I 9
who
down rrom that sailor's knee! I Father: "The man she prepares for a new career In Hollywood. The brunette
Mabel Ma. I daughter will get a prize. from has looked in my li'l bed and I wasn'tthere. .
: "Nothing doing, : my beauty, who comes Copenhagen, appeared in 12 Euro-
i' got here first." I Sailor: "May I see it?" pean ." .


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19 June 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Nine




;T.I _SfMOWK I Jax Shore Korea yeYr- Group To SeabeesFrom .I



the combat areas of Korea 1
MAINSIDE from unit assignments at SALTY HUMOR FROM ,

Thursday, June 19 other foreign bases, and from HERE AND THEREA
"California Conquest _
special schools, sixteen Seabees
......_......Teresa Wright have been reporting individuallyat salty Admiral in from sea --

I Friday, June 20 NAS Jacksonville. x : > b> walked up to,a young man in a
"Encore" _..__._ Kay Walsh I Ir Fr neatly tailored khaki uniform at
I
aboard naval air
Duty a stationin
r Saturday, June 21 an air station and asked, "Where'sthe
the United is
States wel-
a
I "Lilli Marlene" ??...Lisa Daniely Master-at-Arms?'"
comed change for these Seabee
Sunday, June 22 "
"I don't know.
"Pat and Mike"__ ........_._.__._ drivers, mechanics and builders,
Katherine whose total naval service aver- "Where's the officer of the Day,
I Hepburn ages eight years per man, ..muchof do you know that?"
Monday, June 23 _
it spent overseas. The first of' "Nope."
"Glory Alley".Leslie Caron
.
... ,Tues. & Wed. June 24-25 this group reported for shore duty "Young man, don't you even
The Winning Team" ..Doris Day here in March 1951.. I know enough to say sir when addressing
NATTCENTER Thirteen men are attached to a superior officer?"

Thursday, June 19 the Public Works Department In i "Go blow your top" the khaki

"Greatest Show On Earth".__ the V-l Division, two are "Mas- uniformed man answered. "I'm

............ .. ...Betty Hutton ters-at-Arms" and one man is in the Coca-Cola man."
Friday, June 20 the First Lieutenant's office.
When a plane is forced down in the area, it must be pickedup A
sailor
standing in line at theShip's
"Lilli Marlene" Lisa Daniely
'" and transported back to the base. Often a Seabee driver ift-a
Saturday, June 21 DUTIES of the- Seabees here 20-ton lowboy does the job. Parking this type of equipment can Service counter to buy his

"Encore" ... ..__ .. ... Kay Walsh are varied. Some assigned to be a task and Rufus Allen, CDC, gives llulon Childs CD1, a wife, a Navy nurse some per
Sunday, June 22 Public Works are being utilizedas directing; hand. fume. A woman pushed ahead of

"Barbed Wire" __ ____Gene Autry Navy operators license exam- rate, and are in constant trainingfor cupations at the expiration of the him.
Mon. & Tues. June 23-24 iners. The men examine all ap- their next higher rate. war, it was necessary to train "Excuse me; I was here first

"Pat and Mike" ____ ......._._...___ plicants who desire to operate I Many of these men are World Navy men in other rates in Sea remarked the sailor.
Katherine Hepburn Navy vehicles automotive or War II veterans, and like Sea- bee trades. "My husband is an officer!"

Wednesday, June 25 construction equipment such as bee mechanics during the last sniffed the woman.

"Glory Alley" .. .Leslie Caron cranes, refuelers, sedans and pick- war, they repaired, overhauledand A GROUP-of schools were permanently I "What's his rank?" asked the
NAVAL HOSPITAL up trucks. Examinations are giv- maintained all automotiveand sailor.
established at Port
Thursday, June 19 en by written and practical tests. construction equipment assigned I "He's an Ensign;" the woman

"Francis Goes To West Point"Donold ... Others assist in the maintenance to and utilized by the Hueneme, California, known as replied

.. .... ....__..... O'Connor division of Public Works. Seabee battalions in the buildingof the U. S. Naval Construction Battalion I "Too bad!" answered the sail-
Friday, June 20 Seabees assigned under Lt. (jg) overseas advanced bases, air- Center (Naval Schools or, "My wife is a (jg.)."

"My Six Convicts ...._....... ...... Donald O. Taber superintendentof strips, radio stations and otherinstaliations. Construction). Here men are
.--.........--..- ..Millard MitchellSat. Transportation, a former Sea- trained in all Seabee rates including The poor sailor had caught his
& Sun. June 21.22 bee himself, act as drivers on Those who hold the rate of electricians, utilitiesmenand buddy tenderly embracing and

"Greatest Show On Earth"..._... scheduled and non scheduled builder did all work connected surveyors, in addition to the kissing his girl. There was a lapseof

.....................Betty Hutton trips and as duty bus drivel with the erection of bases, and other rates held by the Seabeeson silence and then he said, "I
.!Monday June 23 watch standers. Their eight=hour the drivers operated the vehicles this station. i don't mind your necking my girl .,

"Barbed Wire" .. ..Gene Autry i day is pent in various driving I and construction equipment. Four of the men here served in but take your hands off my fraternity

Tuesday, June 24 % assignments. I The Seabees proved themselvesof other rates aboard ship during pin!" f

"Encore" .. ..__.. .. Kay Walsh I such great value to the Naval the last war, but in 1947 transferred
Wed. & :Thurs. June 25-26 ONE CHIEF is in charge of the : Service during World War II thatit I to this program. Three of Sailor: "Is this ice cream
I "
"Pat and Mike" __ ..........______ refueler pool, which is under the was decided to further maintain I the men enlisted after the war in pure?
Katherine Hepburn I Transportation Department with a Seabee organization indefi the Naval Service and were assigned Waiter: "As pure as the girl of

--....-- the drivers TAD men from the I nitely. t to the Seabees With but your dreams."

squadrons.In I In order to replace the war- few exceptions, all of them have Sailor: "Gimme a pack of cig
I "
NAVY WIVES most cases the Seabees are time Seabees who returned to attended one or more of these arettes.

engaged in duties close to their their former businesses and oc- I Seabee training schools. I
Neighbor: "You should be more

CORNERThe discreet. Last night I saw you -,
-
4-w kissing your wife! You ought to
last business meeting was I
pull your/shades down"Husband
attended by a large number of
I : "Ha, the joke is on
members and guests with two
you! I wasn't even home last
new members voted in. "
I s night.
Reports were given on the varl-

ousprojects and discussions were Sailor: "I suppose you dance?"
held on each. Points are now being Gal: "Oh. yes, I love to."

handed in for tabulation on Sailor: "Swell, that's better
the trophy this :year. All memo than dancing any day!"
bers are urged to make up their

lists of "Do-goods." Cook: "Did you say you wanted
,;/. these turned ?"
eggs over
The picnic June 8, was a big I ': ( Corpsman: 'Yeah-to the Museum

fruccess. It was held at Kingsley of Natural History."

Lake of swimming lunch.It where. games there was and a plenty delirious k IjW1I! ;? 4 I +


is reminded that the Nurserywill

be open all through the sum-
0 k '
mer months, under the supervN

lion of Mrs. Billy Bredard. Mothers ,, ____. .,_ ,.... ,, __.. .._
gaeua "3i--..x .' a& ,"" '* ''''''': ''-00''''''''''''' ".w.x." "" ;w.--.v" "' .n
who have summer jobs can I f fA
place their children in expert I The 16 Seabees at NAS, some of them veterans of the Korean war, now hold down various tasks
hands in the Nursery Hours are here. Front row left to right, are: Milton Kaempfe, CD3; llulon Childs, CD1; Steve Kucekovich, 1 (
Albert Sanders, CMSN. and Raymond Stuart, CDI. Second -
CDC; Rufus Allen, CDC: Lewis See CDC; |
0645-0030, Monday through Saturday i row left to right: Walter Moyer CDI; Acton Alexander CDSN; Clinton Dunkin CD1: Darrell
and 1200-0030 on Sunday. Kelso CDSN and William Johnson, CDSN. Missing: from the picture are Robert Koenig, CD3; James I
.. I Jacobs CDSN; John Reynolds, BU3 and Charles Drake CD2. _f I

There are several openings for itub intact.
the afternoon kindergarten class Local Ingenuity .
Nor .q
starting in September. For infor- The TBM torpedo bomber type
Without An Inch To Spare Aircraft
mation call
please nursery supervisor planes, heavier, than the Cor
extension 368. For The Record
sairs, caused the most difficulty.But .
It has been announced that Shipped Intact By Unique Plan when anchored and braced in (Continued from Page 8)
starting Monday, June 23, show- I ANSWERS
ers will be given to the children Aircraft, in most cases, are' possible. the 50-foot drop-end railroad 1. Ob.

before meals and towels must be striped of wing stubs and other gondolas, without one inch to 2. Huron Ontario, Michigan

bought for each child. They will component parts before packedfor Supply D Department officials '. spare, and wing stubs stored at Erie and Superior
be furnished by the Nursery for shipment, but with a'l little ingenuity conferred with the railroads and an angle preventing slipping or 3. Off Mindanao in the Philippine .

15c each. they can be shipped tackled the assignment. movement of even a fraction of Islands.
wholly intact as proven by the The three railroads involved an inch, the aircraft loading job 4. Greenland.: I
Gob: "Which would ya like ina Material Branch of the Supply specified an 18 foot clearance met all requirement including an 5. Angel Falls, in Venezuela

wife, brains, money or appearance Department here. limitations on bridges and tun- overall 18-foot height clearance iI 3,212 feet high.
"
? An urgent need for trainers, nels. Close checking with the L demanded by the railroads. 6. John Adams.
Friend: "Appe-erance-and the plus a shortage of skilled person- and N; the Atlantic Coast Line; Shipment of the planes got un- 7. Hiram. i

sooner the better!I"Watch nel at the Norr fan, Oklahoma and the Texas and Pacific rail- derway early last month, end S. Herbert Hoover and Harry .

base instigated the 'request for roads, and careful figuring re- .will be completed by July 1. The S. Truman. S
For 20 training planes to be sent sulted in a unique method by Material Branch is also engaged 9. Nothing. It was added to 1

from NAS Jax to the newly re- which 12 F4U Corsairs and eight presently in the shipment of 119 give his name a smoother

activated Naval Air Technical TBMs are arriving at their des- aircraft wings, destined for the sound.
r Operation Sharp Training Center there intact as tination with'' fuselage and wing West Coast. I 10. Zachary Taylor. 1



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Tars Open With

Cotumbus TonightThe

Columbus Cardinals opena
five-game series in the Myrtle a
Avenue park this evening at 2015as
the Jacksonville Tars continueto
battle for a first division berthin
the Class A South Atlantic
Leaguer

) Jacksonville won three out of ,
I four from the St. Louis farm
With John Charvat hands last week in Georgia 'and
Touring the front side of the local links Wednesday in par 36 hopes are high in the Tars dug-
(we quit after six holes), this writer noticed with interest the work out for repeating the feat as the

being done on many of the greens. Cardinals play single games here
The action followed the sudden hot spell that has graced Flori through Saturday and a double

da's skies and is not a folly to hinder the shooting of station golfers. header Sunday.Immediately. ti' ,

Genial Jack Harvey, NAS golf pro, has gone to considerable troublein following Sun ,
repairing the greens so that they are in playable condition, but day's bargain bill the Tars embark

Old Sol makes the job tougher each day the station on an eight day road swing ___._....._._.___mmm__.....__ __ __
Needless to say a week of continued rain would have before returning June 30 to host
course in topflight condition. The local layout is one of the best LINKS RUNNERS-UP NATTC Training, American loop
in this of the state and the golfer that can tour an 18 in par- Montgomery. champ and runners-up to Naval Hospital for intramural golfing
part Special "Baseball Park" buses honors, display their individual trophies. Front row are (left to
36-36-72-has fashioned a fine round of golf. leave downtown Jacksonville before right), Bill Mitchell, Ken Sutton, GUI Gunman and Mel Shook.
Heaviest Picture I've Ever Seen each game and return to Back row (left to right), Lou Chaff, Loris Dickson, John Hughes
this prize fishing story, and Jim McConnell.
From the north woods of Canada comes the same area after the game.
as told by an old-time fisherman end wag: Local diamond bugs have plentyof

and"That a crane fish was to drag so big it up that on I shore.had to There use a weren't power winch any scales to landIt in follow action the ahead Tars of through them the if they remainder ANP( ) School Takes Top SpotIn

town big enough to weigh the fish. All I could do to record my
of the 1952 season.
catch was to take a picture of the fish. And.believe it or not, the Hot Center Loop RaceANP

picture alone weighed 16 pounds."
Station fishermen who journey to any of Florida's many lakeson AirLant LinksEliminations ( ) School took over the
a week-end and come back with a large catch ere urged to take leadership in NATTCenter's intramural tie while the Electricians strikers

pictures and send them along, with information, to this corner where Set Softball race from pummeled Personnel, 8-3, and
the Student Store
we'll use the copy in the Jax Air News. Special Services-1st Lieutenants Keepers edged
Red Head No FishermanIf which dropped its fourth fray of past Ships Company AO, 10-8. i:1
there is enough response to this request we'll see about start For June 26 the campaign last week. Action for the week ended ..,

ing a series of fishing articles, noting catches made and passing along Jacksonville area service golf AE School administered the with A/C Maintenance eking by
information of some of the finer spots in and around this area for ers will have a chance to win one first slap to the former leaders ANP( ) Ships Company, 10-9;
a week-end trip. of four berths to represent all : with a 3-1 win as AK Students Medics bowing to ANP( ) Students
And speaking of fishing, our esteemed colleague on the sports shore based Atlantic Fleet aviation hustled over the Marines 10-7 in and Supply stopping AO
desk, "Red" Devroy, is quite a fan of the rod and reel. The red- units south of 3400N. who another encounter. Personneltook Students 10-9.
.. head has tried for months to plan a trip to some secluded lake, but will vie in the AirLant Golf Tournament one from Air Craft Main- League play will officially V
as yet has failed to get farther than the beach, at which point his in Norfolk, Va., later this tenance in the last Monday tilt. close Aug. 3.
lures fail to attract anything including fish. summer. Tuesday the Medics mauled STANDINGSANP
( ) Students 15 3 ..833.TH8
Collegians Will Aid Town Nines All personnel at- AO Ships Company, 14-2, as S. S A 1st Lt*. 15 4 .
vacations ahead for Jacksonville college studentsthe permanently : AE School 14 4 .777
With ANPers
summer tached to Atlantic Fleet aviation Ships Company ) stop A/C Maintenance 13 6 .684
City Baseball League and the Men's City Softball League will units ped Supply and the ANP( ) Students ANt(P) Ship Co. 141.7 .631:
including such Medical
personnelon 10 9 .526
% both afford tougher competition in the second round of play. TAD to took their first win of the AK School 9 141 .428 ,
other units
other than the Navy entries, will are eligi- AO Student 7 11 .1HS "
Teams from both leagues, ble for the tournament but eli- week from the Ordnance Students Personnel 5 12 .24
bolster their rosters with collegiate personnel who played with their 52.Usual Supply : U ..2.15ta
gibility is not extended to include Marine ,
respective college nines and both Flier squads will have to hustleto cellar contenders, the AO ShipS Co. 3 15 .161 ,j
personnel permanently assignedto .
maintain their first place standings. Marines Serv-
fought a Special !
Coach Frank McCaffrey sent his athletes through the first roundof units.other units on TAD to fleet ice-1st Lt. combine to a 12-121 Golf ChampionshipsNear
baseball action with little trouble in notching first place, but the
Navy mentor told this corner that he expected a nip-and-tuck battle Representatives will be selected I ConclusionStation
for the on the basis of 36 hole medal Baseball Camp Lads
from Hardage & Sons McDuff Hardware and R. C. Motors golfers finished play In
r
play competition to be staged at I
To See Tars Game
half
( second crown. all flights of the station golf
t Fliers Alive, If? the local course on June 26-27, Members of the fourth annual championships except the third .
revealed that both Jim Coughlin and Tom with one practice round on June
statistics
Jax
League Navy Boys' Baseball Training flight this week. Comdr. James
Neely were hitting at better than .400 while the youngster with the 25 if desired by the participant. Camp will be admitted to the Armstrong has yet to play George

rifle arm, John McCaffrey, is only a few percentage points below The tournament will be con Jacksonville Tars' game tonight Frye for the third flight title.

the coveted mark.If ducted in accordance with USGA with Columbus free upon pres-I In first flight competition John
at the plate and the Fliers' rules of play, as modified by station
to
this trio continues produce entation of their camp cards. Adams downed Mac McKinney .
pitching staff, which has been strengthened considerably the past ground rules, except that 4-3 for the title.
two weeks, can push their junk across in the tight spots, the Navy "Winter Rules" will not apply; Frank Voorhies went down to
nine will have to be rated the team to beat. Here's a vote for the All participants will be matched Norman O'Bryan in final match.

Blue in the second half. with fellow competitors under ings in second flight play, 21.
Coach Matt Fedak has bigger the 'direction of E. C. Newell,
Meanwhile, on the little diamond, aa The championship flight was decided J
problems on his hands. His mound mainstays, Al Gonyea and Woodrow ADC, ComFairJax. last week when Earwin
;
Perry, have failed to come through in the important outings The four competitors postingthe Scott decisioned Ken Sutton 5-3
end the Fliers' infield appears to be sieve-like when the chips are lowest gross score for 36 : for top honors. '
holes of play will be selected as c3 ;
1 down. a. SSearight
Fedak Needs Help representatives to the Air Lant

Fedak needs another regular to go with Gonyea and Perry and tourney. Ties will be broken by

there is an acute call for help at the keystone. In the outfield a long additional nine hole medal play Eyes _
local wood.If matches as may be required. ak ,
ball hitter would add a needed punch to the
the Fliers could easily cop the Diving Berth
these demands can be met Sampson AFB, N. Y.; Cpl. Morris .
Men's Softball title in a breeze. Close decisions throughout the first
Phillips, USMC, San Diego
half made the going rough, but experienced help should ease the MCRD, Calif.; Vince Silviti, SA, In OlympicsEyeing

path. USN, and Charles Ayala, SA,
USN, both of Bainbridge NTC, a. a berth on the Navy
40 Servicemen Eye Olympic Bouts | Md. Olympic swimming team, Mur-

, (By Armed Forces Press Service) Welterweight Pfc. Frank I. 1 land W. Searight, ATC, of NAT.
June 19-20 are the target dates : FA, USN, NOB, Guam. I Smith, USA, Ft. Leonard Wood, EYES OLYMPICS-Murland TCenter, is spending a lot of ,
for 40 boxing hopefuls of the I Bantamweight-Cpl. Joe Nob- Mo.; Eldon ,Long, USAF, Keesler Searight, pauses for a breather time on the station diving plat.
three Services who hope to com- leza, USA, Jaypan Logis. Cmd.; AFB, Miss.; Pfc. Rudy Givin, during his training for the forms. Tryouts will be held in 1Page
pete for the U. S. in the Olympic Dick Martinez, USAF, Sewart I USMC, Cherry Point, N. C. and forthcoming Olympic tryouts in New York, beginning July 1, and
I AFB, Tenn.; Milton Hanson, SA, New York early next month. A _.
Games at Helsinki, Finland, this Pfc. Herschel Acton, USMC, El member of the All-Navy swimming Searight will seek a position in '
r summer. USN, Bainbridge NTC, Md., and Toro, Calif. team, Seariffht won his the tower dive class.
( The June dates will conclude Glen B. Erwin, SN, USN, San Light Middleweight-Cpl. Jas. first important title here in Olympic competition will beheld

i the feverish six-month grind of Diego NTC, Calif.Featherweight Rempson, USA, European Cmd.; NATTCenter Jax In 1947. here He is attached instructor.co to. in Helsinki during mid-July
tryouts and tourneys for amateur Pie James Eugene Cooper, USAF, Amarillo as and Searight will use the AAU
fighters who've been aimingfor Bark, USA Ft. Sheridan Ill.; Art AFB, Tex.; San Williams, SN, Va.; Don Lee, SH3, USN, USS Platform Championships, June j;
the final competition 'at Kansas Guglielmelli, USAF, Lackland USN, USS Piedmont, and Cpl. Mississippi, and Cpl. Jesse Bar. 23-24 in Houston, Texas, as a ri;
City, Mo. The 40 servicemen AFB, Tek., and Eugene Osborne, Alfred Hood, USMC, Camp Le- ber,. USMC, Camp Pendleton, preliminary to gaining a spot on .,

0 are the survivors of Service-wide SN, USN, Quonset Point, R. I. Jeune, N. C.Middleweight. Calif. the Navy Olympic entry. 1
' tournaments staged at Ft. Monmouth Lightweight-Cpl. Sam Rod- Pfc. Foneda Heavyweight-Cpl. Zora Folley, An experienced diver, Searight .1

' N. J. (Army), Lackland gers, USA, Ft. Riley, Kans.; Don Fox, USA, llth Airborne Div.: USA (named outstanding boxerin won the all-Navy Diving Cham. V
AFB, Tex. (Air Force), and in Ward, USAF, Sheppard AFB, Earl Gray, USAF, FEAF Cmd., all-Army competition), Eighth pionship in 1947, qualifying for
the 15 naval districts. Tex.; Pfc. Dick Rail, USMC, El and Nolan Davis, SN, USN, Cor- Army, FECOM; J. B. Reed US- the event by holding the Fourth

Winners in the 10 .weight divisions Toro, Calif., and James R. Lancaster onado, Calif. AF, Travis AFB, Calif.; Charles Naval District and East Coast .
include: SA, USN, San Diego NTC, Light Heavyweight-Cpl Rich. Butler, SA, USN, BainbridgeNTC titles. Previously he annexed the
Flyweight-Pvt. Charels Drake. Calif. ard Jones USA, Ft Custer, Mich.; Md.; Ed Sanders, SN, USN, West Coast crown and the Com

ford, USA, Ft. Campbell, Ky.; Light Welterweight-Pfc. Juan S/Sgt. John Stewart, USAF, San Diego NTS, Calif., and Kirby Air Pac Championship after a
Pfc. Jesse Herrera, USAF, Lack. Curet-Alvarez, USA, Caribbean Hamilton AFB, Calif.; Cply. Eld-: Seals, SH3, USN, ComAirPac, San victory in California AAU com ."

land AFB, Tex., and Willard Ira, Cmd.; Thomas Davis, USAF I ridge Thompson, USMC, Quanti- Diego, Salif. petition.



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15-11 PI Lassies Slugfest Cop :fi <. :> ; ." Fasron 109, VP 861


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From Waves Nine '( t In Showdown Freda


Second-round activity in the A nip-and-tuck battle for leadership in the American

Girls' City Softball league is already division of the NAS intramural softball loop is still being

underway and the NAS waged by VP-861 and Fasron 109, while in the National cir-

Waves tasted defeat in their cuit Hospital has things pretty much to its own liking. All

opening tilt, dropping a 15-6 affair three teams are unbeaten to date.

to Massey Motors last week. With the cruise departure of Last week's results show Hospital .
CAG-17, VF-171, VF-173 and VF-
The two teams will square off a 7-0 winner over O & G;
.. 174 were forced to drop out of
again Wednesday night, June 25, y T M1e'!>Sir VJ-62 copping a slugfest from
intramural play while O & G of
under the Murray Hill lights. the National League suspended Supply, 19-10; Operations edging
the local girls NARTU 13-12 and CommissaryStore
Saturday night action due to personnel shortage. ,
game with the Lady Marines oft 5 1ca 4"a"Fyyy t an 11.1 victor over FAW-11
ss ; Remaining games for these
Perris Island. Not wanting to (,k a.t on Monday.
ttams will be listed as forfeitsfor
-*'
appear rude, the Waves droppedthe .. .k. }; aP"d second round play. VJ-62 Scares Hospital

seven inning thriller, 15-11, ,' Shown Down Friday Tuesday ComFairJax defeated

but put on quite a show for a f 4Yrf } The big showdown for the junior FaeTuLant, 7-0, VP-861 downed

large gathering at Enterprise loop crown looms tomorrow VF-173, 9-1; VP-5 was a slim 6-5

diamond in doing so. afternoon at the Hospital diamond winner over VP-3; Fasron 109

Rally Falls Short w r a ... as the 861'ers try on Fas- thumped HAW-1, 12-8; VJ-2 edg-
tf4i1->MVS.Mt ed VF-174, 6-5, and Fasron Six
Coach Kay Shorb's athletes ron 109. VP-861 copped the first

were at their peak against the WHAT GOES UP MUST COME DOWN-Art Friedman, VF- title and they're out to prove whitewashed VF-171, 7-0.

skirted Leathernecks, but found 173 catcher, waits for a foul tip to return to his mitt while Ed that it was no mistake by cap Photo Lab outscored FAW-11,

base hits a scarce commodity and Cuneo, VP-861 hopes for an error. The Patrolmen of VP-861 won turing honors in the second 20-5 to open Wednesday's play
the NAS American League intramural tilt, 9-1, to continue their '
failed to overcome an early margin drive toward honors which they won in first round play. swing. while Supply trounced O & G,

held by the visitors.The 7-0. Operations. hung- defeat number

Marines counted eight Jax Tars Issue one on Commissary Store,

times in the top half of the sec ,.,; %: 4-3; Hospital eked out a 2-0 win

ond while the Waves could only Special Free over VJ-62 and Infirmary blasted
O & R, 13-4.
score once in their half. Two runs

in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings Invite To GamesNaval S.orts Three 7-0 forfeit wins were recorded -

coupled with a single mar Thursday; Fasron 109
personnel, in groups up
ker in the seventh ran the visitors over VF-174; Fasron Six over
{ to. 100, will be admitted free to
total to 15.WIn ComFairJax and VP-3 over VF-
home games of the JacksonvilleTars
173. HAW-1 went the route to
32-1 the management of the
defeat VJ-2, 6-5.
Scoring five times in the sixth Jacksonville Baseball Club has
the week's action O&R
after adding one run in both the announced. Closing

third and fifth and three in the Tickets, which are being han First Round defeated VJ-62, 9-7, and Photo
Cop Lab blanked O & G 7-0.
fourth, the Waves could not tallyin dled by the Jax Air News, will ,

the final frame, dropping the be distributed to various units The standings: ?

hard fought battle that will be for each game. AMERICAN LEAGUE

rematched on the Islander's diamond The arrangement. .works thusly: Laurels In City Circuit Team log w 5 L'Fasrroon 0Fasron

July 13. Six 4 2
VP-5 3 :2V.12
In a practice session with Florida The Jax: Air News will ap- I There's no place like home and 3 3.

Bank the Waves counted 24 proach a squadron, unit or div ; the Sax Navy Fliers would be with single games, the latter going VP-3 HAW.1 3 3 3 3
at 1430 while all week
times in the fifth inning to scamper ision with a batch of tickets each I the first to affirm the old adage games ComFalr.7ax 2 4 4VF173
start at 1600. At Sanford the Fli- :2
to a 32-1 desicion. The issue night the Tars are at home. The as they saw their road record 1 4VF
was never in doubt as the blue tickets will then be given out to I slip to 4-13 last week with a ers split, winning 8-0 on GeneClifford's 171nt 0 4
no-hitter and losing 4-2
skirts swung at will against the all those from that particular pair of defeats whle their sea NATIONAL LEAGUE

offerings of two bank hurlers. squadron who wish to go. In son mark reads 28-23. the second game.McCaffrey. Hospktal Te.m W 4 L 0

other words the tickets will not However, the picture wasn't so Fans 14 CommIssary Store 3 1
2 1
Operatlons
Green Cove Springs the
was
To Gil Hodges of the Dodgers, be given out individually around dark around the home orchardas VJ-662 ary 3 3N j
victim of a 25 hit barrage featured
like Ralph Kiner of the Pirates, the station. the locals pounded Hardage RTIJ 2 2

... Crosley Field is a "jinx park." The tickets will be good onlyon & Sons, 4-3, in eleven innings to by Tom Neely's two tri- Y :l 2 2Photo 3

Kiner has hit only six round. the date designated. Person win the first half crown of City ples. Every Flier hit safely as Lab 2 1 "3FAW
Coach Frank McCaffrey sent
trippers in the Cincinnati park nel must have their own ID card League'competition.. 11 0"
John McCaffrey to the Hill for his .
since he started his major league for admission. The Tars still have After handing Patrick Air
seventh win of the campaign.The .
career in 1946, and Hodges, who over 40 home games to play. Force Base two straight setbacksat

whacked 40 last year to finishas Mason Field early in the fire-balling righthander RecountGivesCenter
month the Fliers visited Cocoa struck out 14 men as his mates
National
runner-up to Kiner as the Crowther Boyd. business man ,
Fla. unit and fell 10-6 and 11-6 jumped to a five run lead in the
League home run king, of the Jacksonville Base- Crew
failed to hit any until May 6, ager ball Club, in making the offer, t6 J even the series. first inning, adding six in ninth the
seventh and in the
when he boke the ice with a 382- explained: "We feel that many NFL Teams EasyA seven
Swim CrownResults
foot drive at the left field corner servicemen, if given the chance, pair of North Florida Lea. for their largest run productionof
the 25-7 win. The
of the Scoreboard off Hermie gue entries posed no problemfor season, a
would like to see professional
Wehmeier. baseball. Perhaps some of them the Fliers' bats as they beat previous high was 23-12 over St of the NAS-NATTCen-

do not know too much about the out a 25-7 win over Green Cove Augustine. ter swimming meet for the sta-
Springs and a 6-2 triumph over Patrick Wins Two tion championship were reportedas
and here is their chanceto
Jupe Pluvius Cuts game gain an interest in the national the Macclenny Blue Sox, circuit Navy scored three runs in the a 30-30 tie last week, but a revision

leaders. top of the first against Patrick, in points for the team relay
pastime. The Sally league is one
Down Fliers' Bid of the toughest Class A leaguesin Thursday afternoon Navy will only to see their lead shattered in giving seven instead of six
tangle with Cecil Field at the the bottom half by four Air Force points to the winners, gives the
the country.
Auxiliary diamond as second half markers. However, they regainedthe Students the trophy 31-30.
.
For City HonorsOld play gets underway Jn the City margin in the third with a The Students trailed into the

League. Sid Mack, a new city entry pair of runs as Coughlin tripled,. final event, 30-24, but won the relay
man rain washed out Jax Operation Sharp take on the locals at Mason counted on Bob Stefanich's and left the pool thinking s..
Navy's do-or die battle with Cecil and the latter crossedon
Field Sunday afternoon game grounder they had finished in a stalemate
Field for first round honors in time 1430. an infield error. with the Mainside tankers. A

the Men's City Softball League Pays Dividends NAAS Sanford returns the Fliers Gordon Lassila was in quest of check into the rule books by

last Friday and the postpone visit Friday and Saturday victory number eight when he Chief Alfred Brady, meet director

ment left the Fliers with two started the second game, but Pat however, disclosed that seven
) makeup games to be played before .v a4.:\MC hWaM h OvLF ry : r'Q'( rv./ O: M.,.r,r sA }AQJ rick turned down his bid "as they points should be awarded for

a champion can be crowned. Wu, '3cic,.. ,. !F qa A:;Fx4: pounded him for 16 hits and an the event.

a Cecil holds the number one 11-6

-'spot with a 9-3 slate while Navy win.DiCesare On Mound Tom Ulyon singled home Bill

is 8-3 and CWA 9-4. Replays with Artie DiCesare made his debuton Schuckers, who had doubled, with

Happy's and Cecil, coupled with the mound for the locals the winner after two were away.

with Tuesday night's game with '+ '( R 1'c against the Blue Sox and after Win City Crown

Relaford's give the locals a his mates left the two runners I The Fliers assumed a 3-0 lead

chance to finish 11-3. stranded in the first, jumped on I after six innings only to see their

First round play ended Wed Bob Gazdick for three runs in the I margin narrowed in the seventh

nesday night and all postponed t > i 1< aF second to spearhead the 6-2 win. with two Hardage runs and knot

; games will be rescheduled for Macclenny counted single runs ted in the ninth with a single
next week. in the fourth and seventh as they marker. In the bottom of the

Coach Matt Fedak is faced reached DiCesare for eight hits ninth the locals wasted singlesby

<; his two and two free passes. The Fliers Stefanich and Schuckers,
with a big problem as
and w collected 12 hits. the one-two leaving the winning run on third
mound aces, Woodrow Perry
Al Gonyea are both out for an ."........- ------ punch of Neely and Coughlin ac- base.

indefinite period with lame fin TRACK MEET MEDALISTS Comdr. Harry Knickelbine, counting for seven. Line score on the final city
Neither pitcher was on Special Services officer of NAS presents medals to members of the John McCaffrey had to go 11 league win:
gers. their season's efforts. Left to right, are:
Jax Navy track squad.for innings against Hardage for his
000 MME 201 W
locals ttardage -5 3
the
hand last week when Lt. Paul McCoy, track roach; Dick Beaver, assistant coach; George fifth league win as Navy iced the lax Na\y 000 012 000 01--4 J 3
) t bowed 13-1 to Moody Air Force West; Jim White; AI Ray; Warren Guthrie; Doug Wright; Bill first half crown with a 4-3 win. .trey Slephan and Stefanlck.and McCullougb: McCaf
Base. Hunt and Ken Stewart.


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CLASSIFIED So You Think You A


Know Baseball
(Items offering for sale articlesol

property such as washing ma 'By Harry SimmonsThe

chines, automobiles, furniture, ra umpire is one. man who _
dios, clothing, and the like arc can do something about the

prohibited by Defense Department weather. After a game begins, h*
reGulations. This column can halt it because of rain,-snowor
will, however, list such services fog./ Sometimes it is a tough ...
as available housing, rides wanted decision. Take this hypotheticalcase
lost and found articles, another :

similar notices.) Say Cleveland has the Yankees,

FOR RENT 6-1, in the last of the fifth at

3rm. furn. apt. $50 per mo. 2739 Yankee Stadium. A moderate rain ,
Green St. Riverside.:Buchanan began at the start of the inning.
Ph. 74150.3bdrm. ; The umpire is anxious to get in

furn. house, available five innings, the minimum for a
July 1-December. 4630 UlmerLt. \ legal game, before it rains hard. ,,'\
::1
(jg) Alexander. ext. 691 or er. .
Ph. 20838.
Gil McDoujald, the first Yan
Furn. 3-rm. Hill.
apt. Murray
kee at bat, runs up a three-two
Mrs. Ballentine. Ph. 8-1760 4 I
count before slashing a triple Into -
Furn. 5-rm. garage apt. Ortega. S ; left center. Gene Woodling and

Lt.jg( ) Ellsworth. Ph. 28707. I Yogi Berra go down on infield

Furn. 2-rm. apt. 425 Park St. Mrs. pops. As the rain increases, the

Condon. n_ ..... '__. ''N ..... _. ,, __."", ......"""' ...__.1 I Yankee bench, hoping to see the

Furn. 3rm. apt. 2031 HerschelSt. 1 ALL BEGINNERS-This is just a portion of the huge throng of 200 Nayy dependent children game called off, starts to chant,
Mrs. H. S. Griffin, Ph. 7- who answered the call for beginners swimming: classes. Expecting just a routine response, Special "Time! Time!" \
6503. Services was forced to divide the huge turnout into separate sections. NATTCenter instructors are The next Yankee up strolls to
Furn. rm. in pvt. home. 3332 Cor-I handling NATTC dependents, while NAS lifeguards are instructing children of the Fleet. NAS, Fleet the plate and takes a count of 1 j

bey St. Murray Hill. Mrs. F. H. and other.._ personnel._ __Classes___._ __are__.__being___u. .. conducted four times a week at the Indoor_Pool. three balls, one strike. The umpire -

Klicker. Ph. 2-3587 after 1830. calls the next pitch a strike,

Will share G-rm house with cple. III Rods and ftlimrods II III ',S'P T' $HORT -, I but the batter, who had made a
4718 Ramona. Murray Hill. break for first, goes back of the

Mrs. Evelyn Doonan. Ph 2- :(I: .,. .. plate and argues the call.
7 0; ;
7323. I -- ---------_ I : : I I .
I Having fished in the coastal of 18 to 25 lb. test. Such an out. I ... =U. c-
.
Will. share home. $48 per mo. "'I" .Yl/ ""' When he refuses to return to
and inland waters of Florida for fit would be suitable for inland w'
4425 Hiawatha. Mrs. Mobley. I the batter's box, the umpire sig. (fenj
.
than 50 feel that rivers I ..., I
more years, we lagoons, etc., where spec-
Furn. room. 4502 College. Mrs. I nals the pitcher to go ahead any. I
we should along to kled trout croaker drum sheep-i
Hanst. Ph. 8-1938. pass you a how. The pitcher winds up and
few the "How When and I head and Stanford may be having another -
tips on all other fish up to 12 |Ilets
Furn. 4-rm. 1110 Riviera
apt. I' go, but the wet horsehide
Where" to fish. Not that we know lbs wait for your bait. Mathias playing football
San Marco. Mrs. Maude HunterPh. slips from his hand and sails far
9-4319. more than ;you about fishin', but, for them soon. He's Bob's young. I over the catcher's head. McDoug- -

It Furn. rm. 4508 College. Mrs. you know "Old Man Experience"is I would suggest a medium er brother, Jim, who has been aId scores from third and the bat-

Newman. Ph. 8-6634. a great teacher. weight tackle for those big red playing fullback for Tulare High ter runs to first. A deluge now
I Select the tackle suitable for drum and channel bass. For tar- (I
Rm. & board for couple. River- Stanford. makes further play impossible.Was .
side. Mrs. Hamlett. Ph. 76638. the fish you wish to catch. It maybe I pon, sailfish, marlin, and other i near the batter out, completingfive
2-rms. furn. 2601 Park. Mis. S. just an old cane pole, line, bot- species of fish caught on a deep innings and making a legal

h R. Houston. Ph. 8-2770. I tle-stopper, hook and sinker, with I sea trip, let us recommend a Rookie Jim Fiidley of the game? Or was he safe, in which
; worm or live minnow. You knowthat's heavy outfit. I I Cleveland Indians equalled one I
Single rm. 6560 Arlington. Mrs. case the game was called on account
E. S. Byrnes. a good set-up for fishing for j Zane Grey, one of the world's of the rarest batting feats in history I of rain and does not count?

Will share 5-rm. house. 3487 Col- specks or bream among the bon- I best known fishermen always I when he slammed six consecutive I How would you rule*
I lege. Miss Cason. Ph. 2-3552. nets, or, if you wish to troll for''I used fishing equipment suitable I singles in the Tribe's

Single rm. Ortega Mrs. Dennison. specks in the deeper waters usea I for the catch. He did not believein rout of the Athletics, 21-9, on Ap-

Ph. 2-2705. light casting rod, levelwindreel 1 1I hooking a heavy fish with ex- ril 29. I

Turn garage apt. 5209 Timu- and a 12 lb. nylon line with tremely light tackle. You know a The Texas League graduate is

} quana Rd. J. H. Saucer. I a deep running lure.. hook in the throat of a fish will I the thirty-first player to pull the I
*
I Turn single rm. 3642 Ernest St. surely kill him. trick in a nine-inning game in the I
In casting: for black bass We will give the "When '
Mrs. Neal. Ph. 28126. I you major leagues. The last player to
Single & dble rms. 1447 Avon- (crackers call 'em trout) thereI I and Where" of Fishing in Florida achieve the leaf was Johnny I

It dale. Mrs. Lee Schultz. Ph. 2- I are several types of tackle suit- J I a little later. Hopp, who rapped out 6 straight j I I tit
, 5930. able. The fly outfit, the castingrod I i hits while with the Pittsburgh

bdrm. furn. house, garage. $100 and reel, and the spinning I In quizzing some of the boys Pirates, May 14, 1950. No American I j
per mo. Near NAS. Hecker, Ph. tackle. In selecting any of the j I on their luck I find that Chief II'' leaguer accomplished the ]
8-4857;; after 1700. above types of tackle be sure I Emmett Story, NATTC Instructor rarity since Stan Spence of the
your dealer gives you a balanced j with some friends living near I Washington Senators hit the I, Answer I,
FOR SALE job. When using light tackle, nev- Doctor's Lake, have been landing jackpot on June 1, 1944. I The batter was out on strikes *
bdim. frame house in Lake- I rush fish him. I f.
er a play
some beautiful bass-casting top- and the game counts as a 6-to-1
shore. $2500 down. Lcdr. Olson. Get I !
the pleasure of the catch
I water-lures while drifting across win for Cleveland. By failing t*
The Boston
Red Sox and the
4813 Cardinal Blvd. 597 well "
ext. the "bacon.
i as as I the lake. I New York Giants will : return to the box, the batter for
play two
or Ph. 888307. I I For salt water fishing there are
Johnny Dixon caught his limit charity games this year. The first feited his right to go to first on
bdrm.. house kit. light, medium and heavy outfits.
equipped I of bass, bream and specks while I will be a night contest at Boston, what ordinarily would have beena
1372 Wolfe St Jack H. Lilva, A light outfit would consist of a
I enjoying a week-end at Lake August 4, for the benefit of the fourth ball, and the pitch be-
ext. 314 Ph. 26443. medium-sized, level-wind reel, a .
r or II Kerr. Joe Geissman, 'Bo" Round. hospitalized veterans' fund in came a called strike. See Section
rod of 4 to 6 and line
Spartan Imperial Mansion, 1931 ounces a ) tree, Bert Nelson and Ed McGoni- that area. The second will be 6.06a, which says in part: "

36' trailer. Sel for cash or can : W. Va., native is also the first I gal, all of Public Works, are hav- played the night of August 11 at I If, after entering the

be financed. Chief Bollenberg woman in the Navy to be ing good fishing in Mosquito Lagoon the Polo Grounds, the proceeds to batter's box, a batter persists in

ext. 8230. I ed for an attache select-I this week. We know because be divided between the National unwarranted delay in taking his "\\

MISCELLANEOUS we've caught tons of trout Amputation Fund and the Harlem I proper position, the umpire shall .
'. Baby sitter available, 35c per hr. : The largest class of and bass in these same waters. I I School Community Center direct the pitcher to deliver the

t \ Janelle Schultz, ext. 8326. I medical examiners to be trained : "OLD TIMER." Fund. I Ia Ir ball to the box and every such .,

r Baby sitter available, 35c per hr. i at the Air Force School of Aviation ; pitch shall be called 'strike' by
{ on station duty only, Janice Medfcine since WWII was the umpire If he has not

, Vaughn, ]1212A Hancock, con- I graduated recently at Randolph taken a proper position when
tact prior to 1900. AFB, Tex. Maj. Gen. John Barker three strikes are called, he shall

H t. Ride wanted, from Oak, Park or Deputy Commanding Gen- be declared 'out'." )
#. Riverside & King. 07001600. I eral of the Air University, addressed (Reprinted by special permission : r' i-
'.
of The ..
Saturday Evening
y Mildred Fowler ext. 211. the class of 97 officers.
Rider wanted, Sprin.g Park Post, copyright 1952 by the, Cur-
southside 0700-1600. Mr. Grif- I tis Publishing Company).
The Navy has announced thatit }
fis, Ph. 984918. will construct eight warehouses
Wanted-man to drive car to at a cost of approximately US, Canada To Resupply) -

I New York this weekend. Mrs I' $8,000,000 for the Marine Joint Weather Stations "

{ Pierce. Ph. 94806. Corps at Camp Pendleton, Calif. Washington (AFPS) Air re-
f & Construction of the new facilities supply operations to joint Cana- r
j' will coincide with the expansionof dian-U. S. weather stations in the
, Arctic are expected to begin early .'
the training camp, this month the
Department of
..r. Defense announces. .- ..
Sgt. Ronald Colwell, formerlyof Two Royal Canadian Air Force
the 187th Airborne RCT in transport planes and four U. S.
(By Armed Forces Press Service) Korea, probably has set a recordfor Air Force C-54s will carry out
The first woman in the U, S. distance traveled by para. SWIM CHAMPS Individual winners of the recent all-sta the task of flying supplies to the
chute. He began jumping in 1933 tion swimming meet assemble after receiving awards for their isolated weather stations, whichare
I military service to be assigned with an aerial circus and after endeavors. Left to right are: Lt. Dane Hanson, winner of two operated by personnel of the _I
r' duty in Norway is Lt. Francina 971 free falls joined the paratroopers events; Lcdr. Harry Kniekelbine, NAS Special Seri ces officer, meteorological services of the Canadian
i'+ Stonesifer, USNW), who has in 1942. Since then he's who made the presentations; Dan Wnukowskl; Bill Stott, official Department of Trans-
been ordered to the office of the made 11' static line jumps. It is starter; Larry Harris, Tom Hackbarth, Neale Clark, Ronald Becker port and the U. S. Weather Bu I
estimated he's jumped 923 miles and Al Brady, meet director, Missing from the photo is Don Her- reau. USAF planes will deliver \
4iI. naval attache, U. S. Embassy, -nearly the distance from Bos- wits NATTCenter won the station championship by the close more than 230,000 pounds of fuel, .
Oslo, Norway. The Charles Town, ton Mass. to Atlanta, Ga margin .f 31-39. food and scientific supplies. f"

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