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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 1952
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1 Hurricane Season 7s Here


1 i I Familiarize Yourself With Hurricane Alert Conditions ::1


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Precautionary steps to guard confused with the Station Storm dition II denotes that hurricane weather conditions prohibit fly initial preliminary precautionary ,

against threatening danger from Bill which outlines protective winds of destructive force can be away and all aircraft should be measures and to continue general t

hurricanes have been taken measures to be taken relative to pected within about 48 hours secured in the best possible man operation. This condition will be i

aboard NAS Jacksonville. thunderstorms or windstorms. and flyable aircraft must be pre ner. ordered by the Commanding Officer L

This advanced planning is in BASICALLY, the Aircraft Hur- pared for immediate evacuationto TilE REFUGE airports assignedto when the path of the hur.
the form of two station bills, the designated refuge airports at NAS Jax: are as follows: NAS ricane has been fairly well estab. '}

.,'" Hurricane Security Bill and the ricane Evacuation Bill outlinesthe the discretion of the commanding Birmingham, Ala.; NAS Olathe, lished and its trend indicates that '

Aircraft Hurricane EvacuationBill procedure to be observed for Officer. Kansas; and Donaldson Air winds of hurricane force may be "

which list the various stagesor the evacuation of aircraft and the Force Base, Greenville, South expected within 72 hours.

conditions of alert. safe storage of aircraft. It also CONDITION I means the hurricane Carolina. Condition II will be ordered by

To help station i personnel lists the stages or conditions of can be expected to strike Procedure for the protectionof the Commanding Officer when

I + familiarize themselves with the alert. here within 24 hours and all flyable government'property and the the hurricane continues to ad '

provisions of these bills, a condensed Condition III indicates the pathof aircraft which cannot be safety of station personnel is outlined I I vance with indications that windsof

,. interpretation of the bills"conditions a hurricane has been tentatively stored safely must be evacuated in detail in the Hurricane hurricane force may be ex-

are published here. established and advance immediately to refuge airfields, Security Bill. Under its provisions I, pected within 48 hours. Prelim-

Nevertheless, all personnel are preparations should be made for weather conditions permitting. are four conditions of alert. inary precautions and general

... advised to study ,the Hurricane the evacuation of aircraft. Con. Condition X-ray signifies that Condition III means to take a operation will continue. I

,. Security Bill at length, and personnel "* 7

concerned with aircraft CONDITION I will be set when ,

also should study the Aircraft winds of hurricane force are expected )
Hurricane Evacuation Bill. within-24 hours. Precautions I
.
will be taken to secure the
TilE TWO BILLS are essen- "i \ entire Station within 12 hours,

tially the same in that both warn and general; operations will continue I

of approaching hurricanes, but i if; possible. When winds of !

the action taken in each differs VOL-10 No. 13 U.( S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 26 June 1952Operations hurricane force are expected to ;

\ somewhat. Neither bill is to be I (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)_
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.l' Civilians Offered I All Hands EligibleOperation {



9 Polio Protection SHARP To i


Via Group Plan


r .x>, now Civilian have employees the opportunity of NAS of Get Underway June '30

\ providing protection for themselves
V and families against polio.
myelitis by obtaining a Group Beginning Monday, June 00 and extending through July :
t, Polio (Infantile Paralysis) Insurance 0k M..:. s Y .n 18, Operation "SHARP" will ,be in effect at the Naval 1 Air I

policy a a very nominal Station. u i r
.
SHARP will give
f10 charge, it has been revealed. areas. ;
all personnel at the Naval Air
The Employee Services Opera. i It will also give all a chance to
Station, Naval Air Technical
tion of the Industrial Relations I compete in contests! for cash I
Training Center, Fleet Air Jacksonville
department has again arranged I awards. I
and other activities, an
with the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance I Cash Prices
opportunity for self expression in
Company to extend the j The initials S-H-A-R-P, which
boosting better work habits or
poliomyelitis insurance group at .first appeared in last week's Jaic

this activity. Air News, stand for its five-phase
f.!.. Ij
Representatives will be sta. MORAL STANDARDSMESSAGE objective: Safety, Housekeeping,
;
.. Attendance, Reduced Waste, Improved -
o' tioned in the various station de. SERIESCOMMENCES

partments during the drive Production.
TODAYThe
0. which opens June 30. Deadline BUDGET OFFICE HEADS CONFEK-Lcdr. Horace E. Gould More Contests
for applications is July 18, end I (right, Budget Officer discusses duties of the newly organized first in a series of articles During the first week of Operation
office with his chief assistant Phillip D. Myers. The office,
budget
in conjunction with the
all forms must be SHARP, a first prize of
completed
Main Administration
I which goes into operation as of July 1, is located in the
turned into the representativesby Building.Independent service-wide program "Pro $7.50 and a second! prize of $2.5''
that time. I tection of Moral Standards" will be awarded to the two best

New policies will become effective 1 Unit appears in today's issue. The essays on the subject: "Twenty-

on July 25. first of the series, "Moral and five Words On The Best Way To

On Voluntary Basis I Morale" is written by Capt. Be Safe."

After study of other plans, it isj' New Budget Office Begins Douglas T. Day, commandingofficer Entries may be submitted in

"'. believed that this policy provides of the Naval Air Sta- the form of pen, pencil, or type

the best protection per premium tion. written. Too, more than one en.
j'..
dollar for polio insurance and is Operations Here July 1 1A try can be submitted by a con

tt '"' already in operation in several Weather OutlookFriday testant.
governmental installations in the I All entries are to be forwardedto
organized Budget Office has been established aboard I
State of Florida.It newly Scattered cloudinesswith Box 22, NAS, not later than
j Naval Air Station and will operate from its location in Room I
is not to. be construed that the thundershowers in the area I 130 July 3, 1952. Prizes for this
this announcement signifies station 124 In the Main Administration Building I during the afternoon. Light south and other contests of Operation

I. management's endorsement Organized in accordance with a checked Increases I westerly to southerly winds.I SHARP will be awarded on July
for necessary
;
suggested by the Bureau of ) I II
plan Maximum temperature 96
25.
of the insurance. It is merely offered '
Aeronautics, primary duty of this and decreases in budget requests,
as information and assistance I'I Saturday-Same as Friday with Next week's essay contest Is
I
is to assist the Commanding discussed with the various departments
I to employees and enroll- office more afternoon thundershowers. only the first in a series of such
.. ment in the group will be strictly Officer in the budgetary andprogramming and finally sent to the Bu Sunday-Same as Saturday but contests of Operation SHARP.
In connection
) on a voluntary basis. aspects reau. It is hoped in this way to the thundershowers will come with cash prizes going to win-

J $3,000 Per Subscriber with the financial manage of the (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5)) I earlier in the afternoon. I nets.
ment functions required
t" This policy provides protectionin

the amount of $5,000 per sub. station. -1 I
I.'.dr. Gould Directs ir'r Back Blood
;; scriber and in the case of a fame T---------- Pays

(Please Turn to Page 8, Co). :5) Headed by Lcdr. Horace B.
Gould, Fiscal Division Officer, the He Received In

t. office is staffed by four civilians .
BLOOD BANKs
with Philip D. Myers; former supervisor
AreaElgin
: of fiscal accounts in the Normandy
BOX SCORE
; Supply Department, as Deputy : J. Barnes, auto mechanic

1r.", Numb QaotaJ Budget officer. In Public Works depart
!'t'bfOd.l.d lIl.t
Naval Air Station Jacksonvilleis ment, is paying back with interest .
Brig 0 1000.0%
J Fleet Air Wing 13 161.6% one of the first activities to > l a debt he's owed since

Public Works 2-1 133.3% adopt this plan which is designedto s 1944.
,
',# Spec. Services 4 125.0% ,aid the bureau as well as the l'PAYS Then a member of 79th Infantry

M; NARTU' 7 100.0% activity in formulating: and coordinating division, Barnes was engaged
t Fla. Mil Dist. 5 100.0%
Comm. 4 100.0% the budget. The office in an offensive drive in

I Medical 2 100.0% will review and analyze all Normandy, about a month aft-

,;. Indus.. Rela. 2 100.0% financial management reports before er the initial landing.
Marines 10 90.0% bureau. A shell burst sprayed shrap-
the
to
submitting, them
'I-; NATTCenter 253 88.5% :
-V Operations 12 83.3% nel, and fragments struck
Administration 3 66.6% Budgets ScreenedIn Barnes wounding him in the

,I .;_ ComFairJax: 90t 60.6% the past, budgets were submitted lungs. During treatment at a
O. do R. 115 53.0% field hospital, he received blood
Reserve Fleet 85 27.0% by the various depart-
"i Supply 27 18.8% ments, compiled by the Supply plasma, which saved his life.
..' Cecil Field 16 18.7% Department and sent to the Bureau When the local Blood Center

Grn. Cove. NAS 35 14.2% with little or no changes being BACK BI.OOD-As one who has received blood on the appealed for volunteer donors,
f Hospital 21 0.00/0 made. battlefield, Elgin Barnes, employee of Public Works, knows the Barnes welcomed the opportunity
Engmeers 13 0.0% of fluid. Here he te give his second
value the life-giving prepares ,
back the blued h
to )
..1 "' AIM 4 0.0% Under the new system, the budget pint at the NAS Blood Bank, with nurse U. Ida G. Patrick give
' '" Denta1 1 O.O% will be carefully screened' making the preparations. had received.
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26 June
1952
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:MAINSIDE

Station.Published Jacksonville every Fla.Thursday tor Navy activities at Naval Air Thursday, June 26 "Every man who has risen above the common level,"

W fcjr) NA$, Jacksonville "Barbed Wire" Gene a famous historian, "has had two educations: the
Cact. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer Friday, June 27 I from his teachers; the second more personal and -.,, ..
Comdr. James H. Armstrong ..._ Executive Officer "Scarlet Angel" ..-.....-..... from himself." Every one of you who +
Lt. Dave Barksdale _-n.____.__. .. ... Public Information Officer .. ._ important -
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear .h..m. Yvonne to make the most of your service in the Armed Forces
Adm. Osborne B. Hardison__ Commander Saturday, June 28 i will receive two educations: first, from the train
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins.._.___ _...._.__ Chief of Staff "Last Outpost" _..........._......m. on-duty education required by the Service; and sec ,
t Fleet Air Wine Eleven ..... Rhonda educational + ,
Capt. Arthur S. Born n ._ ._._..__..-._.__....._..._.............__._.: -"-'"- Commander from whatever off-duty activity you en
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton__- Chief Staff Officer Sunday, June 29 in "on your own." .
Naval Air Technical Training Center "The Wild Heart" _...m.___.... -
Capt Leatn K. Rice .......?...-..___.-.. Commanding Officer .... .... .. _._.. Jennifer Your Education Is What You Make It -; \
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart ____ .___._...._ Executive Officer Monday, June 30 From the first type you will acquire a certain amount -
Naval Hospital ..._ considerable amount of skill just by .j.;
Officer "Sally & St. Anne" Ann and a pur
__ Commanding
Capt DwiRht J. Wharton "" '"
Capt. T F. Wemert-___.__.___ __ n .Executive Officer Tues. & Wed., July '- :. your training and doing your job. In that type of '.k.
NARTU "High Noon" ..... _... Gary you have little choice. But your off-duty edu
Capt. Easton B. Noble Commanding Oflcer NATTCENTER will be whatever you make it It may be acquired
Comdr. Anthony Trusso _. __. Executive Officer Thursday, June 26 formal courses and through absorption of general .

Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions "The Winning Team" ... .... from your surroundings. Only your ambitions,
8184 and 216. .._ ... on. .. Doris determination, and ability to find time for it will I
Air SUttonJcfconvllle
the JAX AIR NEWS ti puDUMiea wwrrf at the U. S. Naval .
Florida, and printed O II\'lncI\' non:aoproprlatpd .funds Friday, June 27 bounds.
NAVEXOS P 35 Rev
at Nov no 1M5 expense Copies to the are government distributed and tree In of charge at the with Naval Air Station: the "Scarlet Angel" ..__._._ When training hours end, leisure begins. From there
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval AuxllUr Air Station. Cecil FIeld. and "Last Outpost" ..........__.._...... is your own individual decision that counts You may"
the U. S. Naval HOIrltal.EditorAndrew H Plane ..._ _. Rhonda Jones'A to do nothing whatever to add to your store of knowl
Staff Members: Marian Sprenger, J03; Mary Bixiones JOSN; Saturday, June 28Yvonne ; you may rely on Service libraries or other sources of 11
Dave Devroy. SN; John Charvat, AN; Barbara Tomlinson, SN; ._ ._ ... to lead on your own initiative; or you may turn to J ..
Helen
The Harper.JAX AIR NEW It a member ot me Armed Forces Press Service Sunday, June 29 for individual educational assistance. .. y
AFPS material appearing In this publication' may not be reprinted of withoutthe other "Narrow Margin" ._...m_. ._ .._
written I I of Armed Forces Press Service Republication
matter except peimission by service publications If piohlblted without, permission of _...... _. ... ..Marie This Is The Age of Specialization \
Editor JAX AIR NEWS! Mon.\ & Tues. June USAFI offers you a chance to prove your educational

MoralS and Morale "The Wild Heart" ._ .. _. __ through tests Practically all the opportunities ,
_.. __Jennifer voluntary.] : It will pay you to use them, however. If
Morals Determine Conduct Wednesday, July 2 plan to make a career of the Service, you will find that
; "Sally & St Anne" .._ Ann Armed Forces are making more and more stringent
NAVAL HOSPITAL demands; they cannot do otherwise in this age of
Conduct Determines MoraleBy Thursday, June 26 ....... i ,.-

"Pat And Mike" .__.........._ .. If you plan a civilian career after leaving the Sen'ice
CAPT. D. T. DAY ..._ Katherine will find that keen competition makes it difficult to get

There is a question taking precedence today over all Friday, June 27 hold a really good job. In either. case, education in all r .
others aboard ship and station, afloat and ashore, in front "Glory Alley" _.._ ... .Leslie will be of value to you.

lines as well as in rear echelons] : "How is morale?" Sat. & Sun., June % You Should Be Interested In Improving Yourself I
So seriously does the Navy consider a high morale to "The Winning Team" ___..._
the successful accomplishment of its mission and objectives, .m ._ .. Doris In addition there is the personal satisfaction of know I
that it has initiated a Navy-wide program of character guid- Monday, June 30 the scientific marbles, or just a better understanding

ance, based on the premise that good morale is dependentupon "Narrow Margin" ............_.... people act as they do An "educated" man is not
good morals. To put it simply, morals determine con- _.._ _. __ ..._.......Marie a college graduate. Rather, he has had enough
duct; conduct determines morale.] Tuesday, July 1 ] curiosity to be aware of the world about him and

'Scarlet] Angel" ..... _............._ ways of learning more about it. ..

In the conviction that the Navy has a definite responsi- ._._........._... Yvonne If you are interested in improving ,yourself the means
bility for the character guidance and development of its per- Wednesday, July 2 hand. Your future may depend on how you use edu

sonnel, and that the moral and spiritual well-being)] of thosein "The Wild Heart" _... _. ..... opportunities now. Take time for tomorrow by stop .. 1 If.t .
its service is a central responsibility of the command, such __ n _._ _..._Jennifer at your Education Center, Building 955, today.
programs have been adopted on command levels throughoutthe

naval establishments. I New Budget
As commanding officer of this station, I share in this

conviction, and am proud to give my whole-hearted supportto (Continued each from Page all 1) the I
help department get
the program now being carried out ]locally. It seems ob-
funds needed for efficient running
vious that if we are to retain a good Navy, we must have .
of the department
in its service persons of honesty, decency, loyalty, courage Independent Unit
and faith .
The Budget Office is an independent r t -

The daily lectures on such topics as personal integrity, unit and occupies a staff
good citizenship, clean thinking and living, presented to small position directly under the com

groups by key officers, commissioned and non-commissioned, facer. ''- .
in the Ground Training Building, I believe to be a sound ap- ':' ,
proach to this important phase of military training. t > submission ,of appropriate reports 't

The development of "good fighting men" is not enough. \ by operating departments and inspect ),
It is our function to make good citizens AND good fighting basic records maintained. J
men. Anything less would be disastrous to a democracysuch However, all required accounting
'as ours, and to the way of life enjoyed by the American reports shall continue to be
people since the four freedoms were written into the prepared by the Supply and Fiscal j
.
Constitution through the wisdom and experience of the .. .. officer in accordance with existing
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founding fathers. FIRST REENLISTEE-First man to reenlist In VJ-62 since the directives. All financial -
squadron was commissioned here in April of this year was Joseph management reports prescribed ({,
CPO NOTESElection ing is today (Thursday) at 1130. Kaffanchuk. ATC (left), lie is being: congratulated on his shippingover by the Bureau of Aeronautics or ,''
Interest in club managementand by Comdr Jefferson Kennedy Jr., commanding officer of by other bureaus shall be reviewed 1 tl
of CPO Mess PresidentIs reached the squadron. '"
policy have a peak
and analyzed by the Budget J
top news this week with the as six chiefs have announced their officer. 1
Loans Subject To Close Scrutiny
Chiefs General assembly meet- candidacy. Results of the election -

Wednesday will' be in night next, week's wives issue.of VA Clarifies New RulingOn !hetoOtL ThanksI this I {

% DIVINE MV chiefs and M/Sgts. met to form opportunity
committees of assistance for club to express my sincere
Homes Near AirportsResidence j
appreciation to all friends
my
\SERVICES) social functions. An effort is bj- co-wo'rkers
Ing made to extend the facilities property near airports and who so generously ,;:. 1
1, To review in Central Office
assisted and
ot the Club by providing summer- will be subjected to close me my
Protestant
the field] of
appraisals propertynear
0830-M o r n i n g Services, AU. time activities for the families scrutiny by the Veterans Admin- family when our home recently j
to if
airports see proper burned.
Saints ChapeL Suggested activities: Pool par- istration on appraisals for loans ... .
0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL consideration U being given to Since I am unable to thank
ties for teen agers, picnics, story- but VA has declared that few if
D930-Sunday School Small Cha property values near airports.'
each of you individually, I am
pel1045AU time sessions for pre-school age any applications will be rejected
2. To assemble facts from the using this means of J
convey-
Saints ChapeL children, and occasional parties for because of airport proximity
Catholic the whole family. The Pass-a-Grille VA Regional nation on which to base a form ing our heartfelt gratitude

0830 and 0930-Mass, St. Edwards Ladles who would be interestedin office has reported that a-new instruction ulaor determining property John W. Walker, ,
Chapel. the Loan Guar- values near airports. Transportation, Supply.
adding their names for com requires
0930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Catechism .
Class). mittee work may contact Mrs. anty Officer to send to the Central tof -.
1030-Mass, St Edward's Chapel Jack Blunk, Randolph] St; Mrs Office In Washington all applications VA bald, for Instance, that a a veteran. r: "
0645-Mass at Hospital ,ChapeL Robert McAndrews, 4000-D, Dew- for loan guaranty' appraisals residence property two miles froma The instruction is a direct result
Christian Science ey Park, or call Mrs Neil R. Murphy ] on residence property runway might be reduced in *of the investigations made by I
Tuesday Jain's-2000 Office.i at .NATTC .Chap- at Extension 8531 between within four miles of airports. value a small percent by that fact, the President's Doolittle Committee "

MormonThursday1930NATTC 1900 and 2200. but similar property at the very appointed following disasters ;N
Chap- : New chiefs were honored at last But It U pointed out, this does end of the runway might lose a at the Newark Airport,
lain's Office.Christian Saturday's dance. This Saturday, : not withdraw the property from much larger part of its value. The Committee's work called the
Science June 28, Mel Coody's orchestra the loan guaranty program. The However, It was thought that nation's attention to the probability

'J'u sday-1900 at NATTC Chap- will play for dancing, starting at order simply centralizes appraisals only In isolated instances will appraisals that residence property near '. t
lain's Office. 2000 temporarily for two purposes: result. no guaranty to airports may be reduced in value


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26 June JAX AIR NEWS g Three



r Strictly For The Birds Voting Information Given ;


!= OSRI-T-AL: FEATHERED PAIR CONDUCTINGOWN


HEADLINES UNIQUE AIR LIFT HEREThis For Three Western StatesBy (',I



.. warning Is strictly for twenty-three balls were lost ( Armed Forces Press Service) it

"." The Naval Hospital has received the birds in particular two that afternoon. One divot dig- This voting Information applies to Armed Forces personnel, dependents re* t

black crows who have adopted ger, who swears he is throVgh! siding with Armed Forces Personnel and U. S. citizens attached to and serving

the following officers for duty: the NATTC nine hole go 11 for life, was loser of three new with the U. S. Armed Forces beyond the continental limits of the U. S., unless
: Allyn Beatrice otherwise specified. These persons include civilians employed by the Departments -
Ensigns Mary Fv ,
balls In the of half
home from a
course as a away course Guard
end the Coast
of the Army Navy and Air Force, the Marine Corps ; ;
.. M. Cuttier, Frances E. Jost, El- home. hour. and personnel o/ the American Red Cross end 'JSO. For additional election information -

nora J. Cowden, Roberta C. Greg- They are hereby Informedthat consult your voting officer.

oire, Amy L Pilgrim, Emily J. crows are not allowed or MONTANAThe

Chalker, Rosemary F. Karat, or- the links and beside it Is bad ( Treasure State)

dered into active Naval service I golf etiquette to pick up a ballas Qualifications for: Voting

and on board for course of Indoc-I it lies on the fairway. 1. Must be at least 21 years of I

k. trination.Lt. According to Kenneth L age on date of election. WAS{ NOTOr.s r:
'
Henry L Hook reported Swets, AN, who Is in chargeat 2. Must be a U. S. citizen hav- i

the the crows, as ing resided in the State of Mon-
aboard from COMNAVFE.The course, it
yet unnamed except for some,, tana for a period of one year, in t

following officers have been uncomplimentary terms ques- the county of residence for 30 MONTANA

transferred from the hospital: Lt. and in the voting precinctfor I
tioning the ir ancestry, have days,
Mary I. Wolfgang to US NavAvia-
30 .
golf day
had a field day collecting {
tion Ord Test Sta. Chinoteague, balls off the greens and fair- 3. Must be a registered voter. tOAtsO f
Va.; Lt. Robert E. Fultz to Ma- Registration
ways.
rine Barracks, Camp Lejeune, N. ,. e 1. Registration is permanent, I

J C.; Lt. Carol K. Weaver to US- Numerous plans, including unless a voter either moves from +
low the course s
NH, Bethesda, Md.; Lt. (Og) Fred Flying over the use of a shotgun, have been one precinct to another or fails I
the birds wait until a long driveis \
,.. B. Rothell to Destroyer Division offered to rid the course of the to vote in the last previous gen-
I made. Immediately they cir- 4. Must be a registered voter.
42, Norfolk, Va., and Ensign Wil- friendly, yet unwanted duo. At eral election. '
cle the where the ball ;
area Registration
liam E. McConville to Naval l last reports, however, they 2. All qualified persons, who are
lands and before the helpless 1. Registration Is permanent :
School, Naval Justice, Newport, were still pursuing their thieving unable to register in person, may i
owneP can make a move one of unless a voter changes his legal
, R. I. activities. absentee
by process.
the winged monsters will have e register residence from one precinct to another -
Hospital Corpsman released to e 3. In order to register by mall
the ball in his bill and be wing- ,
Inactive duty include: James W. The proficiency of the feath- Armed Forces personnel must first
ing away. In the meantime, 2. Members of the Armed
Adams, HMl; Horace K. Single- ered twosome is amazing. In apply for special "War Registration -
the second crow will remain Forces, "certain Merchant Marine
tary, HM1; Houston C. Stone, many cases they don't even Card." Other persons must
the Course, evidently on and civilian personnel" and their
over
i ,'" HMl, and Ralph H. Dykes, HM3. land to pick up the ball, they request a "Registration Card." Re- 1
balls. become
the lookout for' more dependents registered au-
Norman J. Hutchins, HM3 was take it on the fly. In fact so quest should be made to county

transferred to the USS Iowa (BB- In all cases the culprits deposited proficient are they that many clerk of Montana residence at any tomatically when marked ballot
their In the tall has been accepted by state elec-
61) for duty Forrest J. prizes frustrated linksmen who fell time except during 45-day period
tion officials.
e. Harrison, HM3, and Walter M. grass growing alongside the victim to the capricious duo preceding election.
Obtaining Ballots and Voting
I George, HN, were received at the railroad tracks north of Albe- suspect they have been trainedin Obtaining Ballots and Voting
1. Members of the Armed
Hospital for duty William\ made .a venue. Even though their operations and that 1, Members of the Armed

I L Dunlevy, HM3, relieved Ken- golfers searched the area nota somewhere lurks a crow trainer Forces, regardless of where they Forces, "certain Merchant Marine
and
and civilian personnel" their
neth J. Burger, HM3, on shore patrol ball has been recovered. with a bagful of nice shiny are stationed or assigned, may dependents apply for absen-
I e may
duty in Jax. golf balls. vote in any election by absentee
tee ballots by mailing Federal
The birds first took their sta- As one extremely irritated Federal Post Card Ap-
The following men were ad- process. Post Card Application (No. 76)) to
tions at the course last Thurs- young golf e r remarked: "I is not an acceptable formof
.. vanced from HA to HN: Berton plication County clerk of Idaho residence.
and several didn't mind losing the ball so
though
: day even
J application.
L. Bailey, Robert J. Achor, William County clerk will mail ballots to
linksmen! reported their activi- much but what really shook 2. "Certain Merchant Marine I
.;1 E. Lawrence'
Amann E.
voters, who must fill out registration -
ties, the story was scoffed at me up was when the d- personnel" and all civilians who
Beam, Gary C. Beltz, James L Information in addition to
until when the crows bird came back and gave me a
Sunday are qualified may vote by absen-
If" Berry and William P. Demery. marking ballot. Marked ballots
really went to work. Over horse laugh." tee ballot in any election, provided and registration Information must

reside in the continental
1\11.8 Catherine E. Yarnall Is they reach election official ONE day
For off-duty relaxation Miss Speaking of children, Ruth Bellis limits of the U. S. To obtain absentee -
Chief of the Nursing Service at before election day.WASHINGTON.
oil and enjoying a, vacation at home ballot, all persons must
the U, S. Naval Hospital, Jack- Yarnall enjoys painting
with her son Bob and daughter first request an "Application for
sonville, Florida. golf (when it isn't too hot). She
Helen Earl. Helen Earl is home an Absent Voter's Ballot Form." I (The Evergreen State)

Miss Yarnall, who hails from also enjoys driving around Flori- from the University of Floridafor IDAHO I Qualifications for Voting

Mt. Carmel 1, da's countryside, which she says the summer months and Bob I 1. Must be at least 21 years of
(The Gem State)
{... Pa., was gradu- is as pretty as any she has seen has returned from a tour of duty Qualifications for Voting I age on date of election.

with the Army in and 2. Must be a U, S. citizen having
in all her travels. Germany
ated from the
1. Must be at least 21 years of
t."f t. Johns will enter DCS in the near future. resided in the State of Wash-
Hopkins age on date of election. .
Hospital Schoolof Tuesday, June 17th, was a real Emily Tinsley and her familyare 2. Must be a U. S. citizen hav- ington for one year, in the county

a> of Nursing, day to remember for many of the living at Kingsley Lake for ing resided in the State of Idaho 90 days, city or voting precinctfor

, ij Baltimore, Md., patients at the hospital. Forty- the summer. It's worth the long for at least six months and in the 30 days.

a In 1930. Following four spent a day of fun at Atlan- tide every day to be able to re- voting precinct for 30 days. 3. Must be able to read and

the tic Beach at the home of Mrs. C. lax every evening on the shores I 3. :Must be able to read and speak the English language.

JI completion o f D. Towers. The food was tops and of Kingsley write. Registration

s 1 x: month's the young ladles who were our 1. Registration is permanent
i" -
Itt
sspost larnaii unless a voter has failed to casta
All
J graduate course I in Anesthesia hostesses were charming. are
ballot during the four-year
period
another such
looking forward to
staff anesthetist at
J she was
to 1 1951.
prior April ,
outing July 8th.
for three
Johns Hopkins years,
2. Service voters (members of
" and staff anesthetist at the Reading Thursday, June 19, marked the
) a1'Ds the Armed Forces and their spouses
General Hospital, Reading, celebration of birthdays of our I
t.. and "certain Merchant Marine
Pa., for two years. "June Patients". Some found out and civilian personnel") are con
too, how much fun It can be to
in the Navy
She was appointed sidered to be temporarily regis
t Nurse Corps March 9, 1936 and make plans and preparations for ; s ,: tered for voting purposes when a

i was assigned to the U. S. Hospital these Thursday night parties.The Ya signed i registration certificate,

4 Philadelphia, Pa., for duty. monthly dance held Tues- r which included with ballot, is

She has been on continuous active day night, June 24th was a gala > accepted by election officials. Per

duty since that date. occasion with good music by. manent registration can be accomplished

1.{ During World War II Miss Yare the NATTC Band and charming :' 2 by appearing In personat

nail served as Chief Nurse at the hostesses from Jacksonville. any time.

following Stations In the South Wednesday of each night has 3. All other persons must be

' Pacific: Base Hospital 7 (Tula- become an outstanding day in the permanently registered before vote

.. .. gi) ; Fleet Hospital 105 (Noumea), lives of patients recently. The ing.

and the U. S. Naval Hospital, Am- Red Cross would like to Invite patients Obtaining Ballot and Voting

erican Samoa. She served at the who are well enough to K..M j .A 1. Service voters may request

I. Naval Hospital, Canacao, Philip- swim to join us in the party. The I_ absentee ballot by mailing Fed-

I pine Islands, from 1939 to 1941 group goes to Mainside pool each tzj eral Post Card Application (No.

Under the Navy's Educational Wednesday afternoon. Those who 76)) to Secretary of State, Stateof

Program, Miss Yarnall received would like to join be sure to sign l Washington, Olympia, Wash.,

her Bachelor of Science and Mas- up with your Red Cross Recrea- l as early as July 1, 1952. Marked
yb
f --r ter of Arts degrees In Nursing tion worker by Monday. ballots, must be returned to election

Service Administration from Columbia officials hot later than the

1 University In 1951. Donald Murphy' son Donald, 10th day following any election.

, Miss Yarnall recently returned Jr., Is in the news this week. He 2. Other persons may also make

from TAD,at the Bureau of Medi- graduated from the University of application for absentee ballot to
WHAT'S TIIIS-The Navy lost to the Army In a Dairy Month city clerk of Washington raijence. .
cine and Surgery, Washington, D. Florida with a Bachelor of Con- milking contest sponsored by the Jacksonville Junior Chamber of

C., where she attended a confer- struction degree June 9, married Commerce. But dress whites are a real handicap in the barnyard, Such application, howevBT

ence of Senior Nurse Corps Offi Grace Hartley of Jacksonville as Comdr. James II. Armstrong, NAS executive officer, soon found should be in letter form.

.. June 14 and Is getting a commission out. The contest was held in Hemming Park last Thursday. But Marked ballots must be poet-
She presented a on ,
cers. paper
in spite of losing to Maj. Edward J. DeGutls of the Florida Military harked not later than the
'In-Service Training Program for I in the Army as Second District, CC mdr. Armstrong was well pleased with the results of flection. day of

Nurses in Naval Hospitals." I Lieutenant with the Engineers. his prowess in a field not often tackled by a line officer.



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VC-5, VA-10S, VF-103. Flag Adm. Unit Report VF-174TrioSteps


I. In To Prevent I

Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons Suicide Attempt :


tr v c-s Composing the recreation ooun- I" Preventing Jacksonvillewoman
Scene ot the long overdue VC-5 cil for the outing and hereby receiving
from committing suicide ...
'Y
.beer party, giving squadron members I the plaudits of the squadron

their eagerly awaited recreation for a fine Job are Chief Shad- by drowning has earned commen-
I
was Kingsley Lake. I burn, Rolland Stage, AOl; Thomas dations from their commandingofficer

Those slides out on the pier, the Bell, AN; Joe "Ump" Roy; and for e trio of Fighter

diving boards and boat rides were Alva D. Colwell, ADI. Squadron 174 sailors.

really enjoyed by squadron members Four new officers, each a native .
but ah that beer!! According to several witnesses, '
of a different state, have been
including Jacksonville Beach t
A disputed softball game between welcomed into the squadron re-
Police Officers and U. S. Navy
the officers and the chiefs cenUy. Lt Nils A, A. Carlson
Shore Patrol, the three men, Wil-!
was called because of rain, but originally of Utah; Lt (Jg) Bar ..
iam E. Knote, AT3, Dennis J. !i
not before some outstanding players ton M. Downes, from Penn.; Lt. ,
Sullivan, AN, and Keith J. '
had been established. One of (jg) Frederick H. Gralow, from
Brule, AA, were swimming in '
.t
them, Comdr. John T. Blackburn, New York, the "Empire State",
the ocean at Jacksonville Beach
may be the squadron's "ole man" and Lt. (jg) Robert C. Hendrick-
when they saw a fully clothed
but his fielding proved that does son, Jr., from New Jersey are the i
into
woman venturing deep
n't necessarily make him old. new additions to the squadron water. ,

However, Kelly Brewer's, ATC, roster.
,, .. the im-
Realizing
'' immediately
v.
clout into left field did give Com I
VA-105 -After receding commendations minent situation, the three men
dr. Blackburn a fine chance to
from their commanding officer, Lcdr. Paul to the succeeded
swam
show his stuff. Too much chance Plenty of food and drinks, plus of VF-174 extended women,
are being a more I
maybe; for If Chief Brewer hadn't competitive volleyball games be- Sam West, YN1 (right) was in overpowering her attempts at l

failed to step on second base on tween the officers and enlistedmen In helping set up VP-101's administra I suicide and returned her safely ,
Two center men Dennis Sullivan, AN to the beach. _
his to home of VA-105, was featured at
supposed way a run J
) AA, (right center), aided by William
the chiefs would have had another the squadron's picnic party last for saving the life of a Jacksonville I In his letter of commendationto

run week In addition to the volleyball absent from the picture. the three .men,. Lcdr... Paul. B.

Calling balls and strikes on the games, won by the officers, Garrison, until recently skipper J
bride the former :Marian
; I
plants of pitchers Lt. Rob e r t the more active people also par of VF-174, stated; "Without
He Sprenger, returned last Monday
Schneider and James Shadburn, ticipated in softball and horse doubt, your quick thinking and
as "line morning. Following several daysin
I
ADC, was a graveled throated shoe' pitching. A good time was Atlanta with friends and a subsequent action prevented the

Boatswain's Mate First, name Joe had by all and some have already brief leave at home in Hamilton, successful completion of suicide I\\

R. R. Roy, sometimes referred to evinced a desire for another such Ga. James W. West PN2 has by drowning. You have exhibited I
pinned returned i".
and heroic
during the game as the tenth man outing but without exemplary courage
"Georgia
( ) silo any
the officers' team. Recorded this week the without regard for personal safe-
cm by per- Peaches". Maximo Ollado SDC
then '
and
Since there wasn't a winner of sonnel office has been the first discharge returned from Camden ty in performing this deed, which
the because it called and reenlistment ; "Bull recently is in keeping with the highest 1_
game was subsequent ?
N. J. where lie spent 30 days *
Ensign "
ideals of the naval service. |
because of rain there has been of member since l
: a squadron the only leave, and Reginald E. House,

much talk of a replay, probably commissioning in April. Harry E. SN, has returned to duty after was held recently in Kingsland,

at a future party. Roach ADC, with 13 years in the I have enjoying 17 days in South Bristol Ga. when Robert Browne, SN,

I Maine. I united in wedlock with the for-
past six
Pauline Everett
mer Clabough.
'I aUend- I "The Judge" Minton stood for
together, A unique wedding ceremony up
the groom while Pat "San Juan"Butler
and
I SN, and "Abee" Short,
VA-175 Gives Fifth Pint JOSN, served as best man. Cor- .j'


) Dodge Of Blood, Now Butler rection-just had full been intentions informed of that attending -

John H. Becomes Vice'Patrol the wedding, but failed AII

and to make it due to difficulties

Squadron Three now I around the San Juan area.

I has an "Ace" in its midst as Bill i I Another trio of men recentlyleft

iA\ Ii Barrett, AN, donated his fifth' the barracks to listen to the

the te- pint of blood since last October ;I tune of "Wedding Bells". Carrol

1"tV1 are Du- to become the first man in the Cole, RM3, was wed to Betty

at unit to achieve this coveted goal. I Tatum, TESN; Raleigh G. Clifford

; Sher In the current Armed Forces AK3, said "I do" with Betty

Bain- Blood Donor program Fleet Air : Jean Sample of Ft. Pierce, Fla., ..

I ; SA; Wing Eleven holds sway over 22 and Marner Fox, RM3, tied the

; Gerald particiapting activities with a I. knot with Delores Wiengerd

I"y."w I ; )' SA, lusty 161% and VP-3, under the TESN. -

I Illi- direction of Lt. (Jg) Merlin Johnson I I Back to Gainesville, Fla end U I II

I I ; from blood donation officer, topsoil the road of civilian life has gone

AIR CONDITIONED HAT-Being rnitted by VC-5 chiefs Merlin !; Stark- Wing units.Squadron i I Donald W. Shackleford, YNT2,

Hale, ADC (left) and John Uptegrove, ADC, is "Big Hat" I I: Wil donors are sent each who was separated from service
Joseph Heiser, AOC (right), wearing his khaki uniform for the ; Gil Ed- I'
the blood several weeks
Tuesday morning to ago. Most recentto
first time since being promoted to chief petty officer. Since the the
hat is not regulation issue and sits a little heavy on his head Chief re bank and to date 68 donors have I I adorn civilian clothes again

Heiser won't be wearing the hat even though it does' provide S.C. given 81 pints. The squadron is was Robert E. Boone, RMN3,

plenty of room for air conditioning held by shooting for the 100 mark by the I who was separated this week.

: of the first of July.Barrett's I I
The $64 question, will he ship

Instruction Classes In Skishing of fifth donation last over or not? That is the question -.

whose week stamped him as the individual now aroused among compartment r
J.
Loom If Interest WarrantsAnyone ) Cadams to LSO leader and he is already I'I' D, barracks "K" personnel,

preparing for his next trip. (Please Turn to Page 5, Col. )

care to skish ? All you
contestants vie at the same time
need for this unusual sport is a
and 20 casts apiece at the
rod, reel and some casting skill. I get. Unit I

Tentative plans have been made targets.The ten
who scores the most
man
for fishing enthusiasts who would to the ? 3)i
bullseyes in the 30-inch diameter f5
like to learn more about handling Ta- .
of takes first place. .. ;
a rod and reel to have instruction target, course ,
*
classes at one of the base ; ADC,
For those without fishing equip
pools several times a week. here I !
ment Special Services facilities at end of
When the group becomes fairly
both NAS and NATTC have rods E. r
proficient a skish contest will test
and reels ready for use.
the abilities of the pupils.
Ernest Johnson, who U to be the
*
instructor is not an amateur. He Md.,
Skish, a contraction of skill and has fished in local waters since in bar-

fibbing, ia not a local diversion. 1894 and is a member of the Rod Rob-

Clubs have been formed all over and Reel Club of Jacksonville He ) "The

the country.; has participated in many casting ,

Rules for sklsh state that all tournaments and has many trophies the

contestants must have a level wind and medals to prove his came

reel and a pole of any length. Line prowess. lie was a fishing tackle brown-

etrung on the pole must be at least salesman for years and knows Dewey

of 8-pound test and the weight most every! lure and bait that is Calif

must weigh 5/8 ounces. made or used. tem-

Those interested may contactthe Air BLOOD 'ACE'-Dill Barrett, AN, of Patrol Squadron Three,
Target are floated in a body JAX AIR NEWS, Extension i to all. receives congratulations from his skipper Comdr. Louis E. Ie- ..
Camp, after his fifth of blood in the Armed
giving pint current
r>t water at distances of from 40 216, or call at Building 930, topside -
Forces Blood campaign. A member of Fleet Air Wing Eleven, \T3 -
to SO feet from the carter Five I to join the class. I ,_ and his tops all operating units, having given 81 pints to date.I .


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. .. 26 June 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

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! -:- Births. -:- .


j ,.. Listed below are the births M i j j1'

" i: reported by the Naval Hospital between 'I

I\;' the period June 1 and June \ -

14. SALTY HUMOR FROM l.J1

:'; Pfc. Earl W. Fisher and Mrs. HERE AND THERE .,

-r"' Otha N. Fisher, a son, weighing '.
co A bored cat and an interested
I Ibe., 3 ozs., on June 1.
cat were watching a tennis game. ;
Metalsmith Third Class Robert
"You seem very interested in
: P. Wood, Jr. and Mrs. Eunice M. .1
tennis," said the bored kitty.
.
'
Wood, a eon, weighing 7 lbs., 5V "
"It's not that, replied the in-
ozs., on June 3. 1
terested one, "but my old man is
Aviation Ordnanceman Third I the racket!"

Class Jack R. Goodwin and Mrs. .. .

C.. Goodwin, a daughter, weighing < The other day I was taking a
,
:5 Ibs., 13 ozs., on June :5. ::>
f ,'''_: <". picture of my girl in a high wind,
.. Storekeeper First Class Ruther- f; -;)'"" ', ,1- and got a terrific clothes up of

I ford E. Hunt and Mrs. Juanita M. i-1-'i .ii \ her.
r, a' a" """ 'st<:n h'f a.'aok?:t ? ..- ---..... .".".;;;;.,. :, 4- .
Hunt, a daughter, weighing 6 lbs., *

14 ozs., on June 7. HAZING ENMASSEWhen : Chief (asking a gunner's mate

Airman Royal K. DeMoss and all men who were promoted to ; striker) : "Now tell me, what is

..., Mrs. Mary E. DeMoss, a daughter the rate of CPO were called your idea of strategy ?"

\ weighing 6 lbs., 14 ozs., on for a meeting at the CPO club, I Striker: "It's when you'ie out 'I

t .. \.. June 7.Seaman. last Friday, little did they of ammunition, but keep right on

Joseph F. Janetske and know what was in store. They firing."
to ., *
turned out be participantsin ,1
Mrs. Betty L. Janetzke, a daughter -
a dizzy Initiation in the old "There was a time when she
f weighing 7 Its., 4 ozs., on
, !... 1 June 7.Aviation. traditional Navy stylewitha might have married anyone she
Boatswain's Mate First few new modern ideas. At pleased."

Class Lester F. Gunnin and :Mrs. left, with clothes on backwards, "How come she never married
and their anchors tied around then ?"
P. Gunnin
Virginia a daughter,
their necks the Chiefs didn't "
new "She please anyone.
weighing :5 Ibs., 9'i ozs., on June -'
P. line up for ceremony. Part of j

Electilcian's Mate Third Class the ceremony included the tra- Shy Young Thing: "I can't J
ditional dunking (top right). stand kissing."
William J. Harper and Mrs. Barbara -
Soaking wet the victims try Sailor: "It is kinda hard on 1
D. Harper, a daughter,
1 I to find their own shoes, all you. Let's sit down."
weighing 7 lbs., 84. ozs., on June
.r- tied together, (bottom). However *
](1.
Ships Cook First Class Carl M. the new chiefs concludedthe I "May I take you .home," asked :J

ceremony by tossing; in the the Wolf of the demure little Miss,
Collins and Mrs. Esther Collins,
... chief hazer himself. I "I love to take experienced girls
'k a daughter, weighing :5 lb,., 6 4 ---- "

ozs., on June 10. Leaning Tower Of Pisa Solves home. j
Tug Transport's'ThreeCorner'
I experienced' "
I "I'm not an
,
Aviation Machinist's Mate First Tired Standing In Line? 1
Will Topple In 199 Years I ProblemNew quoth she."You're .
Class O. E. Entrekin and Mrs. '
Pisa Italy (AFPS- Servicemen Buy Movie Ticket Books! not home yet either."
Peggy R. Entrekin, a daughter, '
who plan to see the leaning York (AFPS) "Breech .
weighing 7 lbs., 1'. ozs., on June tower of Pisa should do so before Does it irk you to stand in cloth to the rescue!" was the cry ,;
One-striper: "For months I've
11. the year 2151. Official calculations line at the movies? For person- heard here recently when a Military
made public here Sea Transportation Service been wondering where my wife ;
Aviation Structural Mechanic predictthe nel who frequent the movies,
tower will topple in 199 years. transport carrying servicemen'sfamilies has been spending her evenings.
Airman Donald W. Walstrom and purchasing the ten-ticket bookat departed for Germany.
a'\ Mrs. Irma J, Walstrom, a son, They refer to delicate instruments $1.20 will mean an elimination While heading out to sea, an ur- Now I know."
that record the wobbles. Two-striper: "How'd1.' find
weighing 7 Ibs., 5 ozs., on June 13. of excessive confusionand gent message was dispatchedfrom '
Many Servicemen are among the "naked" ship requesting. out?"
Captain Willie J. Mixson and the tower's 60,000 annual visitors speed ticket sales.If .
.
... .more diapers.It One-stilper: "I went home one i
Mrs. Agnes J. Mixson, a son, who climb the 293 steps to be at you like going to the \
seems' that the list night and there she was. }
the spot where Galileo carriedout passenger
weighing 7 lbs., 9 ozs., on June 11. his famed gravity experiments movies, buy this convenientbook included more babies than had .

Lieutenant William D. Wade by dropping weights. and save yourself a lot been expected, necessitating an GI Let's .
: have some fun this
and Mrs. Sarah W. Wade, a daughter Every 12 months it leans one of standing in slowmovinglines. increased supply of infant ap- .
weighing 8 lbs:, 14 ozs., on more millimeter (.039 of an inch) I parel. An Army tug rushed to the evening. '
stricken vessel with seven cases Wife: OK, and please leave the
June 12. away from its vertical as its
foundation sinks into the shift of disposable three cornered lights on in the hallway if you 1
.Atiaticvn Machinist' Mate Second
the dilem-
pants, solving diaper
ing soil. It is already about 14 Scouting Squadrons I get home before I do. '
Class Vincent B. Jubito and feet off center. ma.

:Mrs. Elsie L. Jubito, a son, weigh- (Continued from Page 4)
I Parts Were Not Always Easy To Get
ing 6 lbs., 12 ozs., on June 12. ,,----,-------- and who else would it be'about a
Aviation Chief Machinist's Mate 1jz but our fair-haired boy, LloydR.

Conrad R. Cote and Mrs. Augusta Fike, AK2. If he goes out, Model Plane Builder For 25 Years '

.. .. M. Cote, a daughter, weighing 8 many have voiced that they'll ,

j -- ?Jbs., 14 ozs., on June 12. greatly miss him and his unique He Completes His 100th Creation

Corporal Ronald L. Holt and way of holding reveille, every ; \

).(,... Dorothy L. Holt, a son, morning. I After nearly- a quarter of a .

weighing 9 Ibs., 5 o'zs., on June 13. century building model airplanes, '

Airman Harold W. Lapham and Edgar Calvert, RM3, left yes- Leo P. Meerscheidt, ADC/AP of NLTtN

Mis. Frances C. Lapham, a daughter terday, TAD, to Fleet Training Fleet Aircraft Service SquadronSix

weighing 8 lbs., 3'i ozs., on Center, Norfolk, Va., and now I recently completed his 100th

June 14.Fireman. aboard the USS Wyandot, (AK- model.

William B. F. Is Manuel Miranda TE2 who
Beranger 92)) Meerscheidt who was in the
Jr., and Mrs. Betty J. Berang- transferred last Tuesday. A trio NAAS
. first plane ever to land on
1 '. *r, a daughter, weighing 6 lbs.. w of chiefs recently transferred to Cecil Field, began building model r

14 ozs., on June 14. new duty. To All Weather Flight in his home I :
planes as a ;youngster
School NAS, Corpus ChristI, .,
town of San Antonio, Texas.
Texas went,,Charles W. Edwards, When Chief Meerscheidt got the

AfG ADC, while former assistant bug to start building model .C

FADDO, Fred A. Harris, AOC, planes there were no kits avail- .. ,
has new duty here at NATTC.
able so it was necessary to gatherthe
Leaving Staff Supply last week materials for the models

I was Lonnie P. Richburg, AKC, < x .,
from rather odd sources.
qrEsTloXSj some .
o' now with Fasron 51. i
1. Who was the first Republican
president? After acquiring a beautifulcase For the rather necessary plans .

j 2. What member of the Democratic .. of the mumps, Elliot C. he drew his own. For wood he .,

Newell, ADC, has been trans- I went out to Kelly Field whichwas .
... party was selected by the I ,
... "
ferred to the hospital along with
Republican party as vice president on the edge of town and
? Norman L. Brewer, SA, who will stripped balsa wood from the ,h

have his leg operated on.. I struts of junked Army planes.For .
3. Which president's wife was Meerscheidt and his 'Flying
known as "Lemonade Lucy"? tasz Recently transferred to Naval paper he used the still-used Wing."

4. In what presidential campaign .H Intelligence School, Naval Re- Japanese Rice and for glue he

did the donkey and elephant ceiving Station, Washington, D. used what is practically the fore- was held at Corry Field. His flying -

I I .. first appear as party symbols I C. is Lt.Richard P. McHugh, for- runner of the modern-day glue. model of the Minnow coppeda

.-, ? mer Air Intelligence Officer. Lt. He took a bottle of acetone and first place for him in that meet. '

McHugh will be for further assignment stuffed pieces of celluloid.
5. H a v e the candidates for Largest model that the Chief d
president and vice president of the upon completion of *
has ever built was a free flight
school. Welcome aboard to Lt. The Chief has been active in
of
same party ever been residents model that had a six foot wing
the same state? 1IIIJI! '" AI"P5. Thomas R. Kelley who recently model builders clubs since the span. This plane incidently was

(Answers on Page 8, Col. 5)) SHE STILL. HAS LEGS- reported to Staff Communications early thirties and served as presIdent the only free flight model that
I from MSTS, Pacific area, of the Prop Twisters Clubat
Showing off her shapely under- he has built since getting his a
News Note: Fashion experts innings for the first time in San Francisco, Calif Pensacola in 1950.

declare that women are wearingthe some years, actress Jane Wy. Let us hear from "y'all" con While stationed at 'Pensacola first gas engine. one te attachedto ai

same thing in brassieres this man doe a torchy number cerning any news ;you might he was co-director of the 1950 the Operations department of ,

year tume.her latest picture in this cos have, personally or otherwise. Dixie, Regional Model Meet that Fasron Six. '




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Tars Meet Grays, If You Were The Ump. .


Savannah Returning home Next Monday, June So You Think You Know Baseball! ]1

30, the Jacksonville Tars will By Harry Simmons 1\
'j '
host the Montgomery Grays in' In revising the baseball code

four consecutive single games at three the experts
years ago '
-r I If
the Myrtle Avenue diamond, inadvertently omitted several II I II

all night frays starting at 2015. major rules. The practice

I In a big Fourth of July encounter I since then has been to regard v

I the Savannah Indians, these as still in force. Here,
try on the Tars, playing a return in a hypothetical major-league

With John Charva match the following day. Following setting, is what,happens whenan j; '
(;. I this tilt the locals are on the unusual stratagem meetsan
NAS tennis enthusiasts will have a chance to display their road until July 12. "invisible" rule. .

wares in, August when the 1952 Iron Man Trophy tournament get I I Special "Baseball Park" buses Say the Braves have the
underway. An exact date has not been set by Special Services, bu tit Jacksonville be-
leave downtown Giants, 5 to 1, at the start of ....... ,. l
was announced that a tourney would be held for team entries. fore each end return im-
game the seventh inning at Braves I ....
Play will follow the same procedure as the intramural golf pro I I mediately after. Don't fail to seethe Field. The visitors push across on second base and appeals to

gram, with each team playing one match with every league foe I I Tars this season as the runnerup three runs in quick order. the umpire to call the runner

IMT points will be awarded at the end of play and the winner: ,' nine of last year's South With two out, they have the out for failing to retouch the
crowned NAS kings. I Atlantic leagues trys to regain its "
as tying run on second base. base after a call of "Time.

NATTCenter Has Fishing Gear Ready 1 I pennant contending. position. Bob Chipman, rushed in by If you were the umpire,
Under a new program at NATTCenter fishermen have all the i I the Braves as relief pitcher, what would you do?

opportunities for enjoying their favorite outdoor sport, fully equip works so slowly tH) 4 the ANSWER .
3 Servicemen
ped and ready to tackle whatever denizen of the deep that ap Giant batter steps out of the .."";no sj UUnJaseq I

proaches their lure. Land OlympicBoxing box for a moment. The um- aq;,, 'p aut t} n o uesiun9; f

Stocked with a new supply of rods, reels and other necessary pire signals "Time." jto sqj japun aseq }xau aqjs3

gear the Center's fishing locker, located in Building 527, checks out BerthsKansas The Giant runner, who hasa : i pus ,.p3U 3 SBM awry,

equipment on a first come, first serve basis after 1230 on Fridayfor City, Mo. (AFPS- long lead from second moves I uaqAx paidnoao; at{ aseq mtpnoj ,* .

weekend outings. One Navy and two Army'boxerslanded only a little closer to the base. pue oj uaniai o; SIJBJ, 1

Paul Arizin Takes Boot Training at PI berths on the seven-man Chipman notes this. So when jauunjaseq B ajaqM jsq; sapjA

We noticed in last week's Boot, the Parris Island weekly, that U. S. Olympic fight team after "Play" is called, he toes the :I ojd Hapoo oqi tuojf pauiuuoAUBuoiUduiun

Paul Arizin, all-American eager with Villanova in 1949-50, and being crowned division cham- rubber and then steps back I SBAV U.OIU.M! (Hfr

leading scorer of the National Basketball Association last year is pions of a three-day tournamenthere. and makes a long throw toward i uoipag: iny) auo Plo aqjXeut

taking boot training at PI. second. But the ball car- axonut! aq '3nJ juauna B

Undoubtedly the big six-foot four inch pivot man will remain Ed Sanders, SN, USN, San ries into center field and the jo aouasqs am{ ut, ';no Jauuruam !

there to play with the Islander five in the coming campaign and if Diego, Calif., and all-Army rep- Giant runner, who had started HBO pinoqs ajiduin! aqj ....
I
will beat PI this is if the L. Bickle back to second, now races (Reprinted by special per-
Robert
such is the case the only way a club season sentative Cpl.
around third and scores mission of the Saturday Eve- t
latter doesn't show by game time. of Hoisington, Kansas scored
easily ning Post, copyright 1952 by .
From the publication came the prediction of sports editor technical knockout victories to
same At this the Curtis Publishing Com
Leonard Saffir in his Lowdown On Sports column. The PI writer win their places. Cpl. Louis A. calmly calls point for,the Chipman ball, steps I I pany.) .. -I,..

stated that the skirted Leathernecks of his base would defeat our Gage, IIq. RINCUM, decisioned

Waves softball team, 8-5, a margin of three runs. Final score here, Gerald Black to capture the 147-

Waves 11, Lady Marines 15; a margin of four runs. lb.Cpl.laurels.Bickle upset Air Force : AN (P) Students Retain Command

Yankee Rookie of 1950, Whitey Ford Beaten I

Continuing our survey of service newspapers comes the report featherweight champ Art Gug- Of NATTC intramural Softballtheir
from the Quantico Sentry that Whitey Ford, sensational rookie lielmelli, Lackland AFB, Tex.,
to win the 125-1b. title. Sanderswas
pitcher for the 1950 New. York Yankees and now pitching for the Strengthening their newly ac-
declared the winner at 1:20: first win of the week over
Fort Monmouth nine, was beaten 4-2 by the Marine Atry. quired lead ANP) School soft-
of the second round over Jack AK School, 15-2, while Air Craft
Ford struck out 14 Virginia swingers,'but an error by the Army Scherberies when the bout was filers took two games in last Maintenance were pounced on by
centerfielder) permitted the winning runs to cross in the 10th after
stopped. week's NATTC intramural loop Ordnance Students, 13-3. Med-
regulation play ended in a 2-2 deadlock. The squad sails for Helsinki, play, while Special Services- ical licked Supply, 10-4, in an- ..

Florida Heat Trims Pitcher's WeightIf Finland, in early July for the international other game.
close be-
First Lieutenant
you think this hot Florida sun doesn't trim the weight off a competition there kept Ships Company Ordnancemen

pitcher then you can check with amiable Gene Clifford, clever later that month. hind. succumbed to S. S.-1st Lt. alter

Navy hurler who recently threw a no-hit, 8-0 shutout against NAAS 1 I AE School, formerly running a rough battle, 11-10. ANP)

Sanford. Annual Station Links with the top dogs, split two Students drubbed the Marine

Clifford, who owns a season reocrd of 5-4, says he started the games to fall another game behind nine, 15-2, for their second win

season at 167 and currently weighs 153, dripping wet. On a Sunday Tournament ConcludedComdr. in the race. of the week.

afternoon stint Gene said he got on the scales before taking the James Armstrong took Action last Monday saw Special Ordnancemen Down AE

mound and weighed 159. At the completion of nine innings, however, third flight honors with a 2-up Services-First defeat Per- Student Ordnancemen shockedthe +

he had lost eight pounds. ; victory over George Frye to conclude sonnel, 6-4. AO School blitzed AE men with a 5-4 defeat;

The adoption of baseball shorts, such as those used in the Pa- play in the Station golf tour- the Marines, 11-1, in the second Student Storekeepers slammed

cific Coast League a few seasons back, would be a welcome additionin I nament. game while ANP) Ships Company Supply, 13-8, and the Medics ., "

this Florida] heat, but then ..the entire base would be crying fora Station champs crowned as a 7-6, in the final tilt of the crowded A/C Maintenance, 15-2, 'f (I

woman's team in similar attire. result of the tournament include: day. for the final game of the week. I f

Defeat By Cecil Should Be Warning I Earwin Scott, winner of the championship Medical Takes Supply Postponed games were sched-

Navy's 5-2 defeat by Cecil Field in their opening game of the flight; John Adams, first Student ANPers) collected uled for play commencing last

second half of City League competition left much to be desired in flight; and Norman O'Bryan, second Monday when AK School met
the mental attitude department. The local nine will have to play flight winner. Supply, ANP) School faced AE!:

every game this round with their best foot forward, as clippings. I AirLant Play School end the Marines moved
against ANP( ) Ships Company.
from the first round wins don't insure victory.
Tuesday Supply tried on the
The loss should serve as a warning that the going will be tough
Ordnance
Opens Today Marines, Personnel the ,1\
through this half because Cecil fielded the same team they had in sd [Ra h Y4 tio wiacur y a Va ; Ships Company, crew and Ord- ,",
the initial swing whereas the remaining circuit clubs will be bolstered nance Students matched blows

by college] talent. 20 EnteredOver with the Medics.
Storm Brews Over Swimming' Meet .
STANDINGS
There has been considerable controversy concerning the final 20 golfers from the local 78e I3.t 857
outcome of the swimming meet between the NAS and NATTCenter ANP( ) Students "
service area are expected to tee S.S"lIt Lt 17 4.M9
tankmen. Originally recorded: as a 30-30 tie the score was later A" School 11!' 5 ..750ANP
off the NAS ) Ships Co. 13 8 .619
today on
greens-
changed to 31-30, NATTCenter the victor, after an examination of 4w'R A/C lo lntenlln 13 9 .590Medleel ..
the rule book revealed that seven instead of six points are awardea 1Y.ltAMwDc41 ward for the first of 36-hole med- K School 12 9 11 9.571A .450 ,.

the winner of a relay. al play to determine representatives AO Students 10 5 14 13 ..263.434Prrsonnei

However, the rule book is not the final judge in this case because to the AirLant golf tourna- $upply 4 15 .210 .f?
4 16 .200
before the event got underway it was decided, and agreed ment to be staged in Norfolk, AO Marines Ships Co. 4 16..200 ,{
upon by both teem heads, that six points would be given the relay Va., later this summer. I .

champ. Top four qualifiers will be sent ..
The rule book further states that there is no such thing as a tie AirLant
to the tourney as repre-
should such situation occur a rematch f fto Free Golf Lessons
in a swimming meet and that a sentatives of all shore based Atlantic -
:- is in order. That's the final word. IGIGGINGIt Fleet aviation units southof For ChildrenFree

Personally we'd like to see the two teams rematched for the 3400N.: A definite date of

station title because under the circumstances NATTCenter is not play has not been set, but it is golfing instruction for .
the official champ. We're not pulling for either entry, but surely it Is believed to be in late August. children of personnel aboard the i

. unfair to the NAS swimmers to lose on such a call. base will begin July 8. ,,
'The tournament will be conducted ",'
; Former NAS Grid Coach Dies The class will last three weeks r
k both here and in Nor-
Word received last week that Lt. Richard E. Garver, former and will meet twice a week. Ten-
folk in accordance with USGA
football coach at NAS in 1950 and with Cecil Field in 1949, was tative starting time for the classes
rules of play as modified by sta-
,
killed when his plane crashed at sea in the Pacific area came as disheartening will be 0930 to 1030.
tion ground rules, except that
news to his many friends here on the station.Lt. Jack llarvey, Station course
doesn't take "Winter Rules" will not apply.
Carver attended Fresno State College where he was a close pro and his assistant, Fred Chi-
to have a good time In
Pirates' home run king, and money Ties in qualifying rounds will oto, will divide the instruction.
companion of Ralph) Kiner, Pittsburgh Jax. Ed Smithers, ENC stationed -
tries his be broken by additional nine Classes will be divided Into two
received his wings at Corpus Christ in 1945. at Mayport,
9 Although we didn't know the former grid mentor personallywe hand at gigging for his fish. lie hole medal play matches as may groups. Those under 12 years old '
have beard fine things said of him around this division patrols the breakwalls at May- be required. E. C. Newell* ADC, will be put In on* class and those rover
many port with his spear, waiting for
ComFair Jax is in charge of the
and know that ,his loss will be deeply felt by both his family and any kind of fish to show itself 12 Into another
many friends. lie doesn't miss very often. tourney here.

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"IPistof Club E_ f r Cecil Upsets Fliers, 5-2,




l Cops State ei In 2nd Round City Tilt



Only two games were played by
Team Honors with NAAS Sanford here last
': :; Jax Navy last 'week, both City
week was cancelled due to trans-
League frays, and the Fliers difficulties and Mondayand
portation
Jax Navy'a pistol team became
could do no better than break ev- Tuesday the Fliers were on
the first military team to win the
coveted Governor's Trophy In 17 en as they opened second round the road with Parris Island, a

years at the Florida State Pistol play in quest of their second title. score not available at press time.

.. Championships at Coral Gables Tonight at 200(5 the locals do McCaffrey Absorbs Defeat

f .. last week. battle with R.C. Motors at Woodstock After going through the first

Never before has a military unit while Friday and Satur- round of City play with a 5-0 slate,

walked of with the top prize. All day Orlando Air Force Base invades I I John McCaffrey ((7was:)) the victim -

a. previous winners were either po- .__n.nn._._ ___.n.m.__ ____ ___._____________.mn.nn.n.n__.. Mason Field for single of faulty fielding and too
..... lice or civilian clubs. games. Another league tilt Sun- many walks as he was charged
STATE CIIAl\IPS-Jax Navy's pistol team added to its long
with the 5-2 defeat at the handsof
The local pistolmen had to call I string of laurels by capturing the recent Florida State Pistol day pits the Fliers against McDuff I

upon their best efforts to annex Char- ionshlps. The local Navy contingent was the first military Hardware at 1430 while the following Cecil Field.

the big upset victory. It was unit ever to win the.coveted Governor's Trophy, (above) in the night at Woodstock Hard- Gene Clifford, (5-4): ), making his
I 17-year' history of the tournament. Team members are (left to age & Sons is the foe. debut in the town competition,
close all the way, with Jax Navy i right) John Lucas, Robert Stringer, Ben Preston, Allan Johns
1136 ,A scheduled two game series posted an 8-6 victory over the cir
collecting points, two more and Melvin Bell. .
than the Tampa police who fin cuit's newest entry, Sid Mack

ished second with 1134. A total I Neely Swats .408 Plumbers, Sunday afternoon on

the air station diamond.
.
of 18 teams from all over the

state. competed in the meet. To Pace City CircuitFinal Navy spotted Cecil Field two

; -. Jax Navy also I captured the batting averages for the runs in the fourth and three in

high military team honors In the first half of City League action Sportsff3oas the fifth and could produce no

: center-fire competition. reveal *that Tom Neely, adroit more than two in their own be-

Jax second baseman heads half In the later innings as the
Firing members of the team Navy ,
with auxiliary airmen spoiled the sec-
competing in Miami included John the regulars of the circuit a
,408 Jim Coughlin the ond-round opener for the Fliers.
Lucas, Robert' Stringer, Allan average. ,
other half of Navy's one-two Filers Score Late
Johns, Ben Preston and Melvin
the 13 McsCaffrey walked 1 the first
Bell. All members won honors in punch, completed game
various individual matches. schedule with a .400 mark. man to face him In the fourth

The local contingent has its eyes The top six hitters of the Lea- andNimrods and then served a single to the

1 r' set on the National Pistol matches gue are listed below, followedby next hitter to plate a run. On
Fliers' c the throw-in the Cecil runner
the remainder of the
t to be held in Jacksonville August
14.19.Fliers. roster. crossed as Angelo Tripi committed -
his second of three for
Hitter and Team AU H J't't.Al errors
- Dunlap R. C. Mutor1. 1 1.000 the evening.In .
Jim Richey, Jax Navy 1 1 1.000
Bow Out Chal. Cou&hlln. Cl'cll Fld. 9 4 .444 the next frame Cecil made
is of
The "when" of fishing one I
Tom Neely Jax Navy 49 20 .408
rivers and lakes. However bass the most of hit to three
Tom Burnpy McDuff 47 19 .404 the most controversial of sub one score

In First Round Jim Coughlin, Jax. .Navy. 60 24 .400 jects. After reading all sorts oi strike Intermittently all day long runs, McCaffrey's loose control

John McCaffrey 53 18 .340 literature and rarely finding the on feeding grounds. Brother, it costing him the game. The Fli-
Bob Sipranich 51 17 .3.1.1 will make mad to huge little
see offered defensively
you ers support
3 1 .3.13
Gene; Clifford same opinion we decided to rely
City Competition Tom Ulyon 6 2 .3.1.1 granddaddy bass striking small but the Navy righthander
Bill S'hucken M 16 .291 not on "book larnin" but to trustto
.. Bill Ziegler 31 9 .21O shad or porgies coming down the was in trouble too often with six
Looking forward to the second Roy DUf'nas 25 7 .90 "old man experience", the
river while nary a one will grab bases on balls:
round of Men's City Softball Dick Brock 49 13 ..265Lennie great teacher.I .
Faust 4
yyn .167
competition which starts tomorrow Gordon Lassila : 2 :,125 believer in the your offerings. Jax plated single markers in
am a great
.
Frank Helhcox 18 2 .111 *
night the Jax Navy entry Don HaCf'mAn 9 1 ,111 theories of wind and moon study the seventh and eighth as Tripi
closed the first John Carl t'llo 0 0 .000 In fishing; waters that you are singled and scored for the first
phase with a convincing
Jim Flolo 0 0 .000 before trekking to a fishing spot
6-1 thumping o Cecil Jim Rayon !5 0 ,000Navy' not familiar with, either go witha run and McCaffrey's walk mater-
{ and also put much stock in the
Team Average 45:1: 137 ,301
Field. The locals finished with friend who knows the spots or ialized for the second. The )locals
a
tides when fishing in the surf or
9-5 record,-good for third place the third on a single, two walks brackish waters. hire a guide. There is no sense in collected seven hits while the win-

behind Cecil and CWA who tied and a fielder's choice. wasting time and energy huntingout ners could count but four.

for first. Pickett strolled to open the For many who might disagree I the spots and lures that at- Sid Mack Game
with me, let me that though
Earlier the Fliers had been defeated Navy fourth and Rollyn Trotter, say tract the beauties.In The youngsters of Sid Mack
these theories might be foundedon
9-1 by Lakeshore Baptist John Adams and Louie Iozzino salt water fishing tides have made a game but futile try to
superstition but experiencehas
and 8-2 by Relafords to knock bunched singles to score four much to do with your luck, and make it two defeats in a row for
them out for at
.. them out of pennant contention runs. Bullard fanned 11 Fliers, proved me you know the moon controls the the Fliers, whose season record
least. There is a definite time of
in the first round. A schedulefor but could not get the locals out tide. So much for superstitions.Don't now stands at 29-24, but Cliffordsaw

second round action has not in the clutch. the day, month, year end tide forget that a little windis his mates register two time-
that black bass will hit best.
., been. released. The Fliers asumed a one run always better than none at all. ly double killings to preserve an
. .. Everyone wants to be on hand
'f -9 The loss of Woodrow Perry and lead after two innings against then. Pesky mosquitos and sand flies 8-6 win at Mason Field.

I Al Gonyea, both missing due to Lakeshore, but the churchmen S can drive ;you out when nothingelse After both sides were retired

I injured paws, throttled the Fliers scored five times in the third, including your wife, could without damage in the first two

hopes for a title, but Gonyea returned .once in the fourth and threein Winds coming from the south- budge you. cantos Sid Mack pushed across
the sixth for 9-1 decision. southwest or west seem to be the S .
to the slab Monday nightto a two runs in the third with a like

limit Cecil to three hits while Gene Horton's triple was the only most favorable for fresh water in is' For fishing on the beaches near number of hits, but the Fliers

his mates jumped on Al Bullard, Navy safety. this locale. When the moon Jax, north, north-east, east and counted one better in their half

league strikeout ace, for nine. Relaford held the Blue clads between new and full and just southeast winds are most prefer to assume an early margin.A .

Navy Upset TwiceIn scoreless until the seventh before breezy enough to cause a rippleon able for me.

the first allowing them two runs but the the water you will find most three-run fourth inning for
inning Bradley ,
In fishing the creeks and tributaries
'
> the Fliers, featuring six safeties
t of the old timers wetting a line. ,
,. Tredinnick and Dale Reitenour win was already on ice as they of the St. Johns or any
.i ran the count to 6-2 as Don Hafe-
.. v backed two out singles to cross had plated two in the second, one During Spring end Summer, other coastal stream always
IT: man, Dick Brock, Clifford, Tom
t 1; the pay station on Matt Fedak's in the third and three in the early morning and late after make allowances for the distance
Neely, Jim Coughlin and Bob Ste-
free ticket and Cliff Pickett's fifth, a two run blast in the sixth noon seem to be the best for are fishing from the mouthof
you fanich consecutive b
rapped
one baser. Cecil got one beck in running the count to 80. blind casting along shore lines or the river in figuring the hits. a Ie.


changes of tide. Jax Navy ....000 000 110-2 7 5

Fasron 109 Hospital Pace NAS Actionis Some species of salt water fish Cecil Field 000 230 OOx-5 4 0

will hit best on an incoming tide McCaffrey, Richey ((6)) and Ste-
while others will hit only on the
fanich
; Sheets, Bruning ((8) andG.
Fasron 109, an early leader inr"
in third wih a 5-2 slate. Sixr VP-3 and VJ2. ebb. For most purposes I find the Lewis.
{ the first round of play in the I full tide beginning to ebb
just
Closing the week Fasron 109 The loss of four teams in the ,
American League of NAS intramural Sid Mack 002 000 103-6 10 4
f softball has taken a half- I downed VP-861 and forfeits were American loop has cut play con the most lucrative. Jax Navy 003 310 Olx-8 12 5

gained by VP-5, HAW-1, Fasron Experience shows, that surf
, game lead in the second phase as siderably with few teams havingto Clifford and Stefanich; Long'and

... f. a result of it's 11.9 win'over VP. I' Three games were listed as 7- do actual battle on a scheduled fishing produces more channel Stafford.

861 last week. 0 forfeits to open last week's action day, bass and other game fish at half- .

The Patrolmen won the junior HAW-1 over FaeTuLant, The landings: tide.Of Gray Wins Blind BogeyJim

"'" circuit title during initial play Fasron 109 atop VF-171 and VP- AMERICAN LEAGUR course, one might abide by Gray walked off with top

and appeared to be well their 3 over VF-174. Tuesday VJ-62 Tram W L all the rules stated here and come
on Fasron 109 1 honors in the Blind Bogey Tour-
way to a second pennant, but the defeated FAW-11, 14-1, and Infirmary VP-861 9 1HAW1 back empty handed. I find that nament held last week-end witha

., .'?, Fasronites failed to bring the walloped NARTU, 10-1. Fasron Six 5 5 2 2 in spite of all my "wisdom" of low round of 76.
r .' VJ-2 5 3 the scaly kind that the little
Forfeits
clippings boasting the 861 Many
press VP-3 5 3 John Adams and John Hughes,
strength and went on to smash a Fasron 109 edged by Fasron VP-5 3 0 .2FaeTuLant 6 woman, my free time and my locked for second ,and third with

dozen hits for the victory. Six, finalist in the first round moods, dictate my fishing trips. r8's after
handicapping.
LEAGUE
Hospital UnbeatenIn playoff, 3-2 while VP-861, VP-3, Turn NATIONAL W T, Better go when you can.

the National League Hospital VP-5, HAW-1 and VJ-62 all Hospital 5 0 -"The Old Timer"We Another tie developed among
Commissary Store 4 1 Bob Roberts Steve Jonda
and
remained unbeaten, pickingup gained 7-0 forfeit victories. Thurs Infirmary 5 2 t'
Store Operation! 3 1VJ62 dove 20,000 feet and all of Tony laizzl who had 79'a for the
a single win through last day Commissary bumped 5 3
week. Commissary Store is still Supply, 16-2, VJ-2 defeated O&G, NARTU OAR 2 2 3 2 my sins passed before my eyes. fourth, fifth and sixth spots. Sixteen -

t. 4J within striking distance, owningbut 9-3, and Hospital squeezed by Infirmary Supply 2 4Ktiolo It was so interesting I made the men competed the tournament.

Infirmary 5-2. Lab 3 4 pilot do it again. J
one defeat while FAW-11 0 '
t
S 'ft

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r mmmm {! < Hurricane(Continued from rage 1) ,

(Items offering for sale article ;\: J Y" v'f". reach the local area within 12

t of property such as washing machines -i !< f hours, the Executive Officer will
automobiles furniture ; order the complete securing of
re : ;r 9fr
dios, clothing and the like are pro r"h '' the Station.
hibited by Defense Departmen. Condition Zero will be ordered

regulations. This column 1 will' ,. 'f. ;I when winds of hurricane fore
< \1Sc! < ,
however, list such services a. \(. .j$ are expected immediately] All r-

available housing, rides wanted tI ,' ,'I. possible precautions to safeguard
'
lost and found articles and other : I personnel and material will be

similar notices) taken.

.
FOR RENT -' *

S-rm. furn. cottage, opposite NAS, .I CONDITION IV is a normal

contact G. Schulz, 703 Plain- condition of alertness consistent

field Ave., Orange Park rzT :, :\\ with the dictates of sound pre- 7

Will share 6-rm. house with cple. I \:":' '> ? cautionary measures to be exer-

____ : a'" cised the Hurricane Season
4718 Ramona, Murray Hill. Mis. /! during
Evelyn Doonan. Ph. 27323. ___ It will be ordered when

2-bdrm. furn. duplex apt.. $100 winds of hurricane force no longer

per mo., 2590 College. Mae threaten the Station.

Powell, Ph. 7-5108. T r. R When Hurricane Security Con

Furn. rm. 2031 Herschel. Mrs. dition I is ordered all station per-
n'l i
S. Griffin, Ph. 7-6503. sonnel will be recalled to the

4-rm. furn. house; Rt. 4, Box 418E.J Station and all liberty cancelled.

.._ ..... All
Mrs. J. B. Sadler. -w. IU. '-' local broadcasting stations
I
Single & dble. fut n. rms. 2601 CREDIT UNION OFFICERS-I.rdr. Charles L. Garrettson,. Industrial Relations officer, hands will be used to carry out this
Park Mrs. S. R. Houston. Ph.I I over the Jax: Navy Credit Union Charter to Joseph E. Neth. new president of the Board of Directors. objective, and Navy buses will

8-2770. Other members of the board, elected last week, include (left to right) Walter Rambo, Mary Dun- go to the bus terminal to assistin
3bdrm. unfurn. house, Southside. bar Phillip E. Myers, Raymond Evans! (credit union examiner), Joseph O'Connell (behind Evans), transporting personnel to the
William Vogel, Neth, Arthur Allen, John Weaver, I.cdr. Oarretlson and William Noble. i
Mrs. Hatton, 3055 2nd St. Cir -- Station.

cle. Contact after 1700. Business Office Opens Today the Shore Patrol will further

2rm. furn. apt., 21 W. Third St. I NAVY WIVESCORNER disseminate the recall order in 0

Mrs. Alsobiook. I theaters, restaurants, dance halls,
Furn.. 5-rm. & bath apt. $73; per Credit Union Members Elect I beaches and othA public gathering

mo., 1915 Woodmlre Dr MIS. places.

Acheson, Ph. 84267. A regular meeting was held *

Futn. bdrm., pvt. bath kit. pilv, First Slate Of OfficialsCharter June 18 at the club house in WHEN THE station has been

1760 Oleander Place Mrs. C. L. Dewey Park Plan's were madeto secured for the hurricane, all .

Birch, Ph. 2-3929. assist the Key West club in married personnel or those with "
Rm. & Board, 2937 Algonquin Ave. members of the Jax
I I, haul and Repair. its fund raising project. Key dependents will be permitted to
:Mrs. W. O. Parrish, Ph. 81349. Navy Federal Credit Union elect- j
I'I Russell M. Proctor and Charles West is having the Southeastern return to their homes if they can
to'
Unfurn. 7rm. apt., kit. equipped, ed their first slate of officers I be
!I I I Head of Overhaul and Repair Regional meeting there this year. spared.
the Board of Directors, Credit
Avondale. Committee and Supervisory Committee !j:I and Elwood Hemming of the Naval I Starting this week, there will When Condition I is given all
Hospital were chosen members be an attendant regularly at the department heads are to keep key
at initial
an organizational
Partly furn. 6-rm. brick bungalow of the Supervisory Committee. Dependents Clinic Nursery. The civilian personnel at their poststo
meeting last Wednesday. I j I
Edgewood. Mrs. Usry I
garage I[ days will be Monday through aid in securing the station and
2135 Riverside Ave.. Ph. 88- Seventeen civilian
employeeswere
I Evans also instructed the ; Wednesday and Fiiday. Hours let all others go.
selected fill these I
8414. to important
I Board of Directors in proper will be 0900-1200, and 1300-1600. [ Normally the word to return
Furn. 3-rm. apt.. $68 per mo., 2044 post until January 1933.
i operating procedures for the : to work will be given to civilian
| :
!
Ph. Nine will the Board of I
Herschel. Mrs. Mary Feagle serve on
credit i union during it's first i This service is brought to all by local radio stations. If the return -
Directors five the Credit
I
84733.:: on
I meeting on June 19. At that time, by the Navy Wives' Club. It is I signal is not heard then<
4-rm. kit. equipped. $60 per Committee and three on the
ap.
Joseph E. Neth was elected president I entirely free and is for parents personnel should use their own
mo., Hamilton & Marquette Sts., Supervisory Committee. I
of the Board of Directors
I ; at the Dependents Clinic only. I judgment in returning.
Lakeshore Contact R. F. Mau- *
I Arthur W. Allen, vice president; .I .
seit Shop 6322, Power Plant Raymond E. Evans, Credit i John J. Weaver, treasurer, JosephF. I The base Nursery will be

Div.Garage. I Union Examiner for the Bureau I O'Connell, assistant treasurer I I closed July 4 for the holidays. Civilians OfferedContinued

apt., 4606 Palmer Ave., of Federal Credit Unions Fed and Mary Dunbar clerk. I I Correction: Parents are asked
Lakeshore Mrs. McBride, Ph. eral Security Agency presided I not to bring a towel for their ( from Page 1)
I! children ily policy provides $5,000 protection
2-0306; (: after 1600. during the meeting. Also present I Volunteer members because they will be -
setting up I for each
member of the family
furnished by the for five
3-rm. furn. garage apt., 1555 Riverside to give orientation talks were books and other for actual' nursery
papers The $5,000 be used for
Ave. Mrs. Adams Ph. Lcdr. Charles L. cents per towel.Newcomers may
Carrettson,
In-1 operation announce that the
treatment or care as may b 3-3921. dustrial Relations officer business office will be opened I
needed and
no specified amountis
Furn. rm., :3825: Edgewood. Mrs. Michael Cascone of the Industrial today. It will be housed in Build are invited to visit
I the nursery and use its facilities.A made for any particular typeof
L. G. Gieen. Ph. 6-3515. Relations department.
ing 40, just east of the Bank
treatment The treat.
full or care.
staff is kept thru the sum-
FOR SALE Board of Directors includes: Building, and officials will be
ment and covered
mer months in order that care expenses
Arthur W. Allen and D. I your
3-bdrm. ranch type brick home, Phillip there every Thursday and Friday child might have the best of under this policy are as follows: .
Down payment plus Myers of Supply and Fiscal; from 1530 to 1730 to sell shares
garage.
I Hospital expenses: room and
Mary Dunbar. Joseph F. O'Con- take applications for credit and care.We
$32 4421 Iroquois A'e.Mrs.
permo. also board .
service
urge you who are of regular attendants
nell, Yllliam G. Noble, R. William -
offer advice.As .
Mikus, Ph. 8-5G15. Vogel and John J. Weaverof I newly aboard to visit the "Not- : drugs, medicines, psysio-
business and members in.
House Trailer, 27-ft. Travelo, completely -
Overhaul and Repair Walter New Shop"" Some very good therapy, rental of braces ape
;
additional hours will be
crease
fuin., 6106 Goodman Rd. buys can be had there paratus, equipment and miscel-
Rambo of NATTCenter, and
established. At present there are
Wesconnett. II. Radvanski, laneous
AMI Ph. 8-5616. Joseph E. Neth, of Industrial Re some 1,000 Charter members. 'I such persons needed supplies.

lations. Membership is still to Credit Union stock is I Medical service: legally qualified
3-bduu. solid brick home, FHA financed open priced et
physicians, osteopaths and
1233 Wolfe St. Mrs. W. civilian and military personnel $5.00 per share plus an initial
T. Gibbs. Ph. 24284. Those elected to serve on the of the Department of the Navy I' membership fee of 23c per person physiotherapists.Iron .

29ft. Anderson House Trailer, Credit Committee were: FlorineS. employed at Naval Shore Estab i Charter members who wishto lung: rental of Iron Lungor
Gannaway of Industrial Relations other similar mechanical
Alum-O-Room, fully equipped, lishments in Duval County, Flor- secure additional shares can
Azalea Trailer Pal k. Lot 112. ; Hugh A. Bruce of Opera- ida; members of their immediate I purchase them at the Credit equipment.

Chef' Williams tions, Walker Crevasse of Pub families; and organizations of Union office. j) Nursing care: care and attendance
lic Works, and Paul B. Chapmanand by graduate nurse not
5-i ni. stucco house. Mrs R. W.
+ '
Julius deR Quina of Over- members of family.A .
St.
Chambeilin. 5212 Atlleboro ,

Ph. 83-9312.. NAS, 0730-1610. A. V. Campbell one person contract' costs

5-rm.. bungalow, down payment Ext. 8501. j F : 4S only $2 per year. A family policy y

$*00 with $38 per mo., 6152 Baby Sitter Available Murray which covers a husband, wife
j
Transylvania. C. H. Hawson, Hill vicinity.. Mrs. Hanaford, and all unmarried children under

Ph. 2-0193. Ph 27563. 21 years of age cost only $4.60 per

Home with income, 4607 San JuanAve. Baby Sitter Available-35c per hr. year. Should employees desireto

., Lakeshore, garage apt. In Janclle Schultz, Ext. 8326. 9'I provide protection for any

rear of lot. Can be financed. Baby Sitter Available:>C per hr. tk other dependents they may do s.) .

Down payment $2,000. Mrs. Russell on station only. Janice Vaughan,
Ph. 24194. 1212A Hancock, contact before 4 F e)1I ccs: Tact for that dependent.* >

MISCELLANEOUSLustWirehaired: 1900.

terrier, white Baby Sitter Available-Miss Joy- : : For The Record

with brown ears, answers to ner, 2120 Herschel St., Ph. 2- (Continued from Page :5>

"Skipper". Mr. Loevlg, Ph. 8- 9502. ANSWERS
4924. Riders Wanted-Paik & River 1. Abraham Lincoln. y "

Wanted-Choir members for All side, 07301600. F. A. Powell, 2. Andrew Johnson

Saints' Chapel Choir. Anyone Ext. 8112 or Ph. 6-5189. 3. Mrs. Rutherford R. Kayo a

interested contact Chaplain's office Ride Wanted-From 5th & Main, strict prohibitionist, served only

J. "l. 425, or report to choir 07151610. Robert Herbinger, L4 _' fruit juices at formal dinner:

practice on Tuesday and Thurs Ext. 8503.LostMan's. GIVE UP ENSIGN BARS-Turning: over their old Ensign bars 4. The symbols first appear-
day at 1630.Experienced wrist watch at NAT. to the "Hull Ensign" of the outfit Ensign Gene Bolinski, are these together in a cartoon durln* the.

baby sitter available.Pat TC auditorium Thursday, June five officers of VA-103 recently promoted to Lieutenant Junior 1880 campaign.
grade. Left to right, are: Lieutenants junior grade Dodge McFall,
Luckey, 1140A Allegheny It. If found, contact Arllen :5. No. This I U forbidden by IN
Jack Colleary, John Brick, Ensign Kolinski, Lieutenants Junior
Riders wanted St Nicholas to Th4 sen Biks. 540, NATTC. grade Dick Bossert and Gene Wiseubaker. (T. S. CiMtfttitiitlftn.m .



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