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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1952
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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day in the life of a sailor is are hard at it In their promotional efforts the results of which will be made
YOUNG AMERICA IN STUDY-An important I I' known in October. Some 2,500 men and women based here are taking exams I
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"'J" L '"P t.UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 17 July-1952rvisors


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I I Effective July 7, a new Campaign Starts

'. plan, benefiting about 300 "Don't Be Haaalf Safe 1" is the slogan adopted by the

pervisors employed on su'l Station in an all-out Safety Campaign to make everyone
it NAS Jax safety-conscious both on and off the job.
station, was approved by Under the direction of the r

I .. Wage Stabilization Board. I Safety Division of the Industrial ignore safety regulations.

l.. Established on a percentage bisU Relations department, the cam- Injuries Cost Money .
These on-the-job injuries cost
J. the plan will offer a sligl paign will continue through July
millionsof
the Federal Government
I and August. Lcdr. Charles L.
wage increase to these worker; dollars annually. Additional
Industrial Relations
\ Garrettson,
Lcdr. Charles 1... Carret !lon, Ii -_. _.'*..- Officer, in revealing the program, I millions are expended for High-
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dustrial Relations officer has ai. make way Safety Campaigns, Job Safe-
"DON'T BE HAAALF SAFE"-That's the warning issued to announced, "We want to j
nounced. Henry F. Foster, leadingraan pipe fitter of Public Works by NAS Jax the safest station in the 1 ty Campaigns and Home Safety

Not All Affected Ernest C. Fudge, Safety Engineer. Ignoring all safety rules Foster Navy." Campaigns.Still accidents continue -
illustrates (for publicity purposes of course), how to make a to increase, safety officials
Affecting only supervisors or safe job hazardous. During the station-wide safety campaign now Should Practice Safety report.
'.. I underway, safety inspections like this one will be held through. Thousands of dollars are spent
ungraded employees, the plan i IS: : During the "Don't Be HaaatfSafe"
out the station. each by the Navy to buy
in force in all Navy and Marine year campaign, every media of
I' special safety equipment to pro- will be used to make
It' To Elect 27 OfficialsEmployees publicity
.... installations Carrettson said. hazardous
tect employees on all personnel safety conscious.
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serves to bring into line supervisory jobs, it is pointed out. Highly Periodic inspections will be made

pay rates with a similar pet. Go to Polls Friday I skilled crews of Safety Engineersand by Safety Committets in an effort

centage step Increase for journeymen Safety Inspectors are con to eliminate unsafe conditions

and laborers that has stantly checking unsafe condi- I and practices aboard the
tions and procedures. Yet, em-
I, been in effect since Jan. 4951, In First Combined ElectionStation ployees are injured, usually be- station. Support Needed

... "Delayed Wage Adjustment"It cause they fail to use the proper I Safety officials are requestingthat

Is viewed by the Wage Sti. civilian employees will go to the polls tomorrow to elect 'I safety equipment or because they personnel utilize safety

bilizatlon Board as "a delaye employee members and alternates to the Station's four Performance equipment at all times, and

wage adjustment over trade I RatingBoards of Review to replace five members on the Board of Weather Outlook adopt safety procedures and prac
fourteen
Directors of the Employees Association and to elect new I : tices necessary on their job. It

rates. frJn Station Shop Committees. Weather Is due to remain pret- in doubt, they suggest consulting

The pay of all employees For the first time In the history I Gordon ty much the same all week-end, supervisors concerning proper -
laborer to master mechanic will It. Harden, Security; L.I according to NAS Aerology Of- safety procedures.
I of NAS Sax, a combined employee
and Fiscal James I
now be based on the second step, in the King, Supply ; fice: Safety of all hands Is neededto
election Is being- conducted
of the four-step pay plan, with a Interest of economy and in keeping H. Lee: Security; Curtis L. McCormick : Friday Partly cloudy with make this campaign a success,
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Security; Richard I L. scattered afternoon thunder- stressed Lcdr. Garrettson, as he
four percent differential between with the Navy Department'sdesire I
to combine elections whenever Melsheimer, Public Works; LaurieL. showers. Southeasterly winds.I deputized every employee a
1 steps. Those having longer senJKW Rosenburg, Public Works; : Temperature In the low 90's.Some Safety Engineer or Safety Inspec

t ro, wil benefit mos! possible. Clayton A Silvey, Area Wage and I temperature relief from tor. "Don't Be Haaalf Same" .

W' "" Ballots Available Office and Fred W practice safety twenty-four hoursa
Classification thundershowers.
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;:. .1 It" Lists of nominees for the various "
is the
Boards and Committees have Wienbarg, Communications.Please I Saturday-Same. day, 365 days a year,
keynote of the program.
Same.
x3tOQDLANKOORE been posted throughout the Sta ( Turn to Page U, Col. 1) Sunday- -- -

tion. Official I I ballots will be

4 w available ing time.to They all employees will contain at vot-the ri1; U.S. 15 Months, DP Graduates From AN School | I

ilrumbee Qi to of nominees and sufficient
SrhrtUI Met names for write-in of candidates Co back to March 1945 to a rival of the "comrades" came a Intense than anythingthat this
)< 11 13 161.5% space I boy, then 15, had ever known.
should employees desire to vote small village in Hungary called life of hardship and struggle more
Public Works 24 145.8% Joe and his family continued to
At this time, in this
for other than those Ajkarendek.
OperationsNATTCenter 12 108.3% listed.persons small town, no one was more work on the farm and for a year
253 106.7% '
happy to see the first coming of merely existed with no extra money :.
to vote for members -
NARTU 7 100.0% To be eligible
the Russians. They came, "liberating" with ,!
no
Comm. 4 100.0% and alternates on the Per- to buy 'clothing an

.... Spec. Servo 4 100.0% formance Rating Boards of Review this little town, and products to buy even if there was
like it, from the dreaded
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Indus. ReJa. 2 100.0% employees ,must have entered many II t S yTF money available. ;i
HospitalAdministration 21 95.2% on duty at this Station on : Nazis.:_ *

3 66.6% or before July.11, I But it was soon, when the peo- THREE YEARS later, living

ComFairJax 94 54.2% Candidates Listed ple of this nation couldn't wait to was still hard and Joe, now 13,

Marines 10 40.0% Persona nominated ,as candidates see the last of them. One of these with a friend, decided to emigrate,
Fla. Mil. Dist. 5 40.0% persons was Josef Ertl. now Private if
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for these Boards are: + possible, to avoid being put
First Class Joe Ertle, Marine '
ReserveFleet 85 34.1% Group IVb Board: Albert I* work in the uranium mines.
O & R' 115Supply 256% and student at the Airman Pre-
27 18.5% Betancourt, Supply and Fiscal; paratory School at NATTCenter.JOE As Joe puts it, "We walked,

William D. Douglas, Public hitch-hiked, and used every means
NAS 35 11.4%
Grn. Cv.
Works; Mary E. Dunbar, Over- available to go to southern Austria .
Cecil FieldEngineers 16 6.2% haul and Repair; Ernest C. Fudge, WIIO was born in Hungary which wasn't occupied by the

13 0.0% Industrial Relations; William G. was living In this small village Reds. When we arrived in DIM

AIM 2 00%% Fudge, Supply and Fiscal; Sophie with his mother and sisterat << seldorf, we were put in a regis
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Medical 2 Geleneau, Overhaul and Repair; that time, trying to make the Josef Ertl :: Likes the good ,
Dental 1 0.0% I (Please Turn to Page 3, Col.,5),
= 1 Jesse G. Griffis,. Security; William best of their farm With the ar- old U. S. A. >
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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 17 July 1952


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X fliBi4L'ws I % 219 Warrant Officers Get CommissionsFirst



Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air

Station. Jacksonville Fla.NAS, Jacksonville Sub With Electronic Controls To Be BuiltBy

Capt. Douglas T. Day Commanding OfficerComdr.

James H. Armstrong.. .... Executive Officer
Lt Dave Barksdale _..... m._......._.... ......__._.. Public Information Officer ( Armed Forces Press Service) mouth Navy Shipyard, Portsmouth, N. If. '
Fleet Air Jacksonville A total of 219 warrant officers of the reguthe Department of the Navy announces. The

Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison Commander lar Navy and Naval Reserve on active duty controls, which automatically regulate temperature i
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins.._..._..._...._..___.__._.Chief of Staff and "
have been selected for temporary promotion pressure humidity throughout
Fleet Air Wing Eleven
Capt. Arthur S. Born .._.......-..--_.-.._..._....._.-.-..._....-.-...___ Commander to commissioned warrant officer, the Departthe ship, are expected to be four times as I
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton__..... Chief Staff Officer ment of the Navy announces. The selections accurate as those now in use.

Naval Air Technical Training Center were made by a board which convened last e *
Capt. L*.t4i K. Rice ._._. ......._.._> Commanding Officer
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart ..__......__...._._.._..Executive Officer April. In addition, 146 warrant officers are on Qualified men are being sought to fill about '
Naval Hospital a :waiting list. They will be appointed to com- 300 light plane pilot vacancies in Army units t

Capt. Dwight: J. Wharton __ ___ Commanding Office missioned warrant officer status when they of the National Guard Maj. Gen. Raymondhave
Capt. T. F. Weinert _____.._.... .. _.__......._.._.__..__ Executive Officer completed the necessary time lit grade. ,
NARTU H. Fleming, Chief of the National Guard Bureau I

Capt. Easton B. Noble.. .Commanding Oflce advises. The vacancies are open to for-
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer Steel helmets wIll.be issued in the future mer pilot officers of the Armed Forces, civil- !i
only to individuals in overseas areas and to
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions ians with or without flying experience who
8184 and 216. members of operational units and trainingcommands can qualify for National Guard commissions,
the JAX AIR NEWS fMblishea wcenry at cite U. S. Naval Air Sutton in the U. S., the Department of the and qualified members of National Guard ,
Jacksonville. Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund "" I
at no expense to the government and la compliance with NAVEXOS P X>. Rev Army announces. The new policy, part of the Army units assigned light aviation. .L. :,
.Mov. 1943. Copies are distributed tree of charge: at the Naval Air Station the Army's conservation program, is expected to ..,......,. ,:, "
Naval Air Reserve rrninmg UnIt Naval Auxiliary Ar! Station. Cecil Field< and ,
the U. S. Naval. save about 1,000 tons of steel and approxi- .
HoirJUiEditor-Andrew fl. Planev Rear Adm. J. Carey ,Jones will arrive in :;' ,, .
mately $1,200,000. Previously, steel helmets :., :"*
Staff Members: Marian Sprenger, J03: Mary Bixiones JOSN; Washington soon to l become the Naval Inspec-J$* *')t, .
Dave Devroy, SN; John Charvat, AN; Barbara Tomlinson, SN; were issued to Army personnel regardless tor General in the Office of Nav lt,Operations.r ra
of
assignment.
Helen Harper. He will relieve RearAdm. )jfjenry-S. Kendall.
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member or me Armed Forces Press Service *
AFPS material appearing l In this publication may'lrnf't be reprinted withoutthe 1 signed Rear Adm. Jones is now Chief, Mihtary'Astion \
written pet mission I of Armed Force Press Republication cf other President Truman recently legisla- ."
matter Editor, JAX except AIR by NEWS service publications Is piohlblted without permission of authorizing the appointment of women sistance Group the Netherlands. '.,

doctors and specialists as commissioned medical ', i.

officers in the Army, Navy and Air Force Atlantic Fleet reserve cruises will be avail. '. :

Voting Information Told For medical service on the same basis as men. able to about 763 officers arid ,4,4841 (:nUsted

men in the volunteer and organized Reserve

Construction of the first submarine to be during the months of July, August and Sep

Territorial Possessions equipped with electronic controls instead of tember. All cruises will be of approximately

will at Portstwo weeks' duration.
begin soon
pneumatic systems _____ ______ ..

(Bv Armed Forces mess Ser\lre) > ..., ,'.,.
This Is the last In a series. of articles pertaining to Armed Forces personnel ,. : : : ': ,, Member Of Cited
dependents residing: with Armed Forces personnel and U S. cltzens attached to ', ':' >
and serving with the U. S. Armed Forces beyond the continental limits of the .. -
II. 5.. unless otherwise specified. These persons Include civilians employed by
the Department the Army, Navy and Air Force, the Marine Corps and the '. Unit Presented i.I
Coast Guard, n'l; personnel of the American Red Cross and USO. For addl.tlonal ,. .
election Information consult your voting officer.

ALASKAThe tory of Hawaii for a period; of With Citation

( Land of Glaciers) I one year and of the Representa-

1. Must be a U. S. citizen hav- ive District for three months. I At a recent inspection cere-

ing resided in the Territory of I 3. Must be able to read and mony at NARTU, Henry Hey

Alaska for a period of one ;year I write either the English lan- Deloach, AD3, was presented a

and the voting precinct for 30 : guage or the Hawaiian language. Presidential Unit Citation awarded -

days. 4. Must be a registered voter. to members of Patrol Squadron

2. Must be at least 21 years of: Registration 83, later renamed Bombing ,

age on date of election. 1. Registration is permanent Squadron 107.

3. Must be able to read the unless a person has failed to vote s Deloach was a member of the

Constitution of the U. S. in the last previous general elec- f R squadron serving in the Atlantic

4. Must be a registered voter. tion. Rt4 during World War II. The presentation
RegistrationAll e r1 was made by Comdr.
All
I 2. unregistered persons t4 ,
must register an- Anthony Trusso, Executive Officer -
persons I who are unable to register in _______ m________ __
nually if voting in municipal of NARTU.
person may request a "Registration -
elections. II Affidavit Form" from the RECEIVES CITATION-Henry Iley Deloaeh, AD3, receivesthe The citation, signed by the
Presidential Unit Citation awarded to members of Patrol
Registration must be accom- clerk of residence in then Secretary of the Navy,
county r
I Squadron' 83 for service during World War II, Comdr. Anthony
plished in person at the seat of Hawaii at least 90 days in advance Trusso, executive officer of NARTU Jax, made the presentation Francis P. Mathews, was awarded -

local government in the Terri- of the election. Applicantmust during_.a recent inspection. the squadron, "for extraordinary ,
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tory of Alaska. I. execute form and return to -- -- --- --- --- heroism in action againstthe

Voting 9,000 Strong enemy forces in Atlantic
county clerk not later than the
1. Absentee voting is prohib- Waters during the periods Jan-
5th Friday before a primary
ited in Alaska. However, those election or the 4th Wednesday Waves To Observe 10th AnniversaryWith uary through April 1943." I

qualified Alaskans who are in before a general election. While engaged in convoy escort -

Alaska not more than 40 days Obtaining; Ballots and Voting Big Celebration July 30th operations and ocean sweeps

nor less than two days before an I. Absentee voting is not per- against enemy commerce raiders

election may vote for any elec- mitted who out- and blockade runners off South
by persons are July 30th will mark.the com- the
committee.
tive territorial officer if they side the Territory of Hawaii. pletion of the first ten years for I.I, anniversary. America, VP-83 Squadron (renamed -

contemplate being absent from However, any person who is Waves in the Naval Service with Bombing Squadron 107
Alaska on the actual election within the Territory of Hawaii more than 9,000 officers and enlisted The annual national Waves reunion on May 15 1943) sank one enemy -
will be held this year in Italian and six German submarines
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day. but who will be absent from his personnel slated to participate -
Washington, D. C. on July 2627at role
HAWAII and played a major
voting precinct or county on in ceremonies at various ,
(Crossroads of the Pacific) the Hotel Statler. More than In linkfn.n"p.'JtHntfl"; CM> tsln
election day may vote at proper Naval establishments. .. .
Qualifications for Voting 1,220 women, including former lubmarfneit.:
,
precinct within five days pre-
1. Must be at least 21 years of ceding election. Tentative plans are underwayfor Waves and women of the Regular man block ,itelr,; '
any Air
age on date of election. Waves aboard the Naval Navy and Naval Reserve attending ed In de.tr \tIgl4il't4et' .. .

2. Must be a U. S. citizen havIng PURRTOJUCO Station to take part in a celebration the celebration. man U-boa ,\A '' .' ,. e\a_ I t,
(The Sugar Empire) of their anniversary on "
been a resident of the Terri- Waves (Women Appointed 'for y '
Qualifications for Votlrg;; Sunday, August 3, according to ous Imports ." .
Voluntary Emergency Service) :a t
.
1. Must be at least 21 years of Betty Kenny, SKG1, chairman of their aptitude end'been abltity0bi1
first into the
were accepted Navyon
) on date of electicn. well proved.
) age so
1C DIVINE jag maintained a legal residencein July 30, 1942, when Congress
U. S. citizen hav-
2. Must be a During World War II more than
) in the Puerto Rico the Virgin Islands for a period authorized the commissioningand
ing resided 79,000 Waves were on duty in
)
(SERVICES municipality where the electionis of one year prior to'date of enlistment of women in the 900 continental shore activities
election. U. 's. Naval Reserve. In June
held for a period of one year. performing 450 different types of
I'rotestant 2. Must be 21 years of age at 1948, women became an integral
Registration jobs. More than 4,000 were assigned -
All.
0830-Morning Services.
part of the Regular Navy on a
of election.
time
Saints must be Hawaii. '
Chapel. 1 Registration accom- to duty in
0915! .-Naval Hospital Chapel. 3. Must be able to read and permanent basis when Congress Recruit .;
plished every four years during I Late last year the
0930 Sunday School. Smll Cha passed the Women's Armed Ser-
I write the English laguage.
election Center transferred
general year. I Training was -
pel.1045All : 4. Must be a registered voter. vices Integration Act.
Saints Chapel. 2. Registration is required of from Great Lakes, 111., to
Catholic all persons desiring to vote and Registration I Today 28 of the Navy's 62 enlisted Bainbridge, Md. Upon comple-

0830 and 0930-Mass. St. Ed. must be accomplished in personat 1. Registration is required of I ratings are open to Waves. tion of basic training, the girlsare

0930-St ward's. Edwards'Chapel.Chapel Cate.. the city hall of the municipal- all persons as a prerequisite to 'Their duty is limited only by assigned directly to a duty

chism Class). ity of Puerto Rico residence. voting and must be accomplishedin restrictions on serving in aircraft station or to co-educational serv-
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1030Mass. St. Edward's Chapel Obtaining Ballots and Voting person in the Virgin Islands. in combat missions, on ships ice schools for specialized training -

0645-Mass at Hospital: ChapeL 1. No absentee! ballots are issued Once an elector is registered, re- other than hospital ships and .

Christian Science by the Government of Puerto registration is required only incase transports, and in billets classi- .

Tuesday-2000 Dffice.at NATTC Chaplain's Rico and none will be accepted of continuous absence from fied as "heavy duty." Wife: "George, put down that

Mormon in place of personal appearance the Virgin Islands in excess of At present, the Wave complement paper. Ever since the baseball

Thursday-1930-NATTC Chap- at polling places. II one year. I aboard the station numbers season started, we've had 11 peo-

lain's Office. VIRGIN ISLANDS Obtaining Ballots and Voting i 258, including 4 officers, in contrast ple here for breakfast." .

Christian Science (Paradise of the West Indies) I 1. Citizens of the Virgin Islands I to the 44 enlisted women CPO "Eleven?"

Tuesday-1900 at NATTC Chap- Qualifications for Voting are not permitted to vote who were attached here in 1949, Wife: "Yes; you and me, and

lain's Office. 1. Must be a U. S. citizen hav- by absentee ballot. i with the Waves filling the vari- the Brooklyn Dodgers." :





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17 July 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three ;-

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Berthing Facility i


Construction is being speeded and plans are being read-
, ... ied for the first carrier
welcoming at the new Mayport berth-

ing facility sometime next month.

.i Previously it had been reportedthat '
still under construction and will
I yb the first carrier was sched-
+ .Fx be finished in about 10 months.
uled to arrive around the first
Also under construction is a sec-
part of August, but no word has
ond in
parking area conjunctionwith
been given now as to the exact
f ... date. the runway. The latter will
be large enough for parking of
tIi Work on the carrier facility be- planes of an entire air group.

gan in March 1951, with dredg- Auxiliary craft, Including destroyer

ing of the basin to a depth suf- escorts, will be able to

ficient to permit the Navy's larg- moor at the quay wall.

Ii est carriers to ride comfortably. Existing buildings are being1 i

Pier Nearing Completion renovated and made ready for use

The steel bulkhead and carrier by 250 naval ,personnel, skeleton

pier, technically known as mar- force at Mayport now numbers .
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wharf about 50 men and three officers.
I FINISHED STEEL BULKHEAD-No worry of wood rot or crumbling cement in these bulk. ginal are now reaching
heads which line the peninsula of the berthing facility at Mayport. A double wall of steel filled completion, although work now I Refueling and reprovisioning;
.y with concrete and reinforced with wood buffers, this wharf will offer convenient moorage for under contract will not be entirely I will also be handled at the pier.
carriers and other vessels at Mayport.This ready for use until early in '1953. I A YON, (oiler) capable of hold-

When the first carrier ties up in ing 60,000 barrels of fuel, is
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August at the berthing facility, berthed at the facility now.

\ .. her planes may be unloaded on a I r

concrete area adjacent to the pier, 15 Months In U.S.
or flown off before the ship
reaches port, to land at NAS Jax (Continued from Page 1)

or Cecil Field. tration camp until we found a, jobor

could move on, and it was here
8,000-foot() RunwayA
that I met a girl in the camp's

new 8,000-foot runway is office who was a Hungarian.
week we say aloha to an *

other one of our officers, Lt Florida Recreation CampA "AFTER telling her of my rela-

James M. Hill, Jr., Administrative ks recreation camp handling 400 tives in the United States, she

men at a time has been established suggested that I contact the International
assistant, who has been ordered
< at Panama City, Fla., by the
Refugee Organizationof
1 to Hawaii. His "never
I. say
47th (Viking) Infantry Division,
the United Nations to see If I
'
die" attitude towards his job, his
Camp Rucker, Ala. The Army-op- could come to the United States.It .

even disposition and good humor erated camp offers three days of took over two years for the

have won him the respect of all recreation and relaxation at a papers to be cleared."

who know him.Welcom'd ., minimum expense to members of The big day arrived on March

i the division. 3, 1951, he disembarked from
back to work after Aa&r .
Bremerhaven, Germany, on the
having been on sick leave were + .
Ft. Hood 2 Years OldFt. American transport General Stu-
D. William N. Sim-
Henry,
Joseph $' aDOUBLE art for New York All this
Hood, Tex., the largest gov- City.
,/ coke, Russel F. Tyson and Althea ernment-owned military reserva- time he wasn't able to speak Eng..

G. Hicks, all of Transportation.From I- STEEL BULKHEADS glimpse:; ;inner workings : tion in the U. S" recently cele- !lists and he arrived In the "big

Maintenance we are sorryto of the new steel bulkheads at which the Navy's largest brated its second city" late in March 1951.
anniversary a
as
report that Henry E. Nelson, I carriers will be able to moor at Mayport. Men are actually working "I'd
seen some large cities In
Post.
permanent Army
.. below sea level in building the pier.
and Jesse F. Nettles have trans- my journey across Europe, but

ferred to Green Cove Springs but New York was the largest, most

greener pastures were beckoning. Navy Tries + confused and yet beautiful city of

Glad to bee Frank McKinleyback ,aD1l :" any I'd yet been in. My aunt, and

after his trip to Philadelphia : cousin were there to meet me andit
Turbine
and Meriam Denmark back from Gas .1i was a good thing or I may have

sick leave. still been there gaping. They

'.. Sorry to report that Kathy Truck EngineSan > i f F found me a job as a mason helper

Johnson has taken ill while on : and I soon picked up the Ian..

annual leave. Lcdr. James L. a-5- Y guage. I also met some guys my
Diego, Calif (AFPS-The) : ilk
age who had lived in Hungary and
I officerinchargeofconstruction world's first lightweight gas-tur : $M 'S $ they helped me."

wife, returned from a month's bine engine installed in a truck -0t *

leave spending most of their timein has completed a bordertoborderroad e AFTER spending 11 months In

Texas. Comdr. Alan L. Merse- test from Canada to Mexico. : s New Jersey with his relatives, he

reau and family are on two weeks received "greetings" from Uncle
The engine may be used to power
leave.: Sam. He was drafted into the
Navy helicopters and small craft. Marines After completing basic

Sorry to M'+e.r that Alene Brum- Developed by the Boeing Air training at Parris Island and tak-

baugh's husband was snake bit- plane Company, under Navy /Y ing: leave he was sent to the Airman -

ten last Saturday. Glad to sponsorship, the engine has no Beta : r a > y ob.aa i Preparatory School In Jack.

Clarence Porter visiting with sonville.
. see
.
cooling system and only one-
4 !- us last week. He hopes to be "After struggling through the

i I : back to work soon. Welcome tenth as many parts as a comparable -j I classes trying to take notes, I

aboard to Lcdr. William T. Clampet gasoline or diesel engine.It finally completed the Preparatory
.
new assistant Public Works is approximately 3,000 pounds "----------- I School and am now hoping to go

officer and Lt. (jg) David W. Mai- lighter than present diesel truck BORING JOB?-Working below sea level these crewmen I to Aviation Metalsmith School.'"
yin, assistant maintenance superintendent face a tough task in molding a cement wall. Busy at their work j When asked if he thought he
engines. are (left to right), Ted Gregory, Gene Swan and John Hasty. might stay for twenty, he replied:
-- --
I "I may, and would for sure, if
The picnic: at Gold Head last iI
: : we got 'goulash' on a shingle once
Saturday was enjoyed by all and
.. the food was superb, thanks to _. in while."

all of those who joined forces to ,\. compared to a rate of 35) for the
; 'S 55 I
make it so. The Recreation Committee same period last year. This was

did a fine job in planning (By Armed Forces Prow* Service) accomplished despite a marked Increase

the menu and recreation to make A "well done" commendationfrom In flying time.

the day one to be remembered. the Republic of Korea Armywas .

I received by the destroyer USS A musical tribute to the Navy's

DAY Slates Dances Samuel N. Moore for blasting enemy Construction Battalions will be

targets. While in the Far given July 28 when a
special arrangement
Beginning Saturday, July 19,
East, the Moore steamed 40,000 of the "Song of the
the Disabled American Veterans
miles and fired more than 8,500 Seabees" will be aired
.. r over the
will hold weekly dances at the
) rounds of five-inch ammunition at. National Broadcasting Companyand
Disabled American Veterans Hall
the enemy. t;;:" the Armed Forces .
at 16 E. Duval St., Jacksonville. .T: t....fo"l.., .V'J.: :" 4 L. I Network.
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Dancing is from 2000 to 2400. '
Y S 'The' Strategic(. Alt mand'7earilon : ::Ten members of the first electronics
Admission is 50 cents per person.Don't ? 3 '
countermeasure
officers
JeCUW\t ,n' n'Uo\Dro: ;
A w. Pot! t :::--1: : class to receive aeronautical ratings -

were given their wings recently -
Be.. .r J at Kcesler AFB Miiss., by
aircraft 1
m \ : : MaJ. Gen. James F. Powell, Commanding
NOT THE ATOM BOMB=.It took 400 pound*'oI.J"tIJlatltit Ge nrf laeooKee r Is
Haaalf Safe! clear a drainage ditch of quicksand at Mayport **{Wi.'. 1 officers were graduates! of a 43-
ed on the new Jet runways. The runways nMMimriD. (;. :feet. cidents per '100,000: hours flown, week course of training.

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W-2, Fasion 6. VP-741, and VF-14 Report Fasron NineCommand r.



I I Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons WilliamsonComdr. To I


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VJ-2 duty and others have been sent as '

:New "Century Club" candidates near as VJ-62 and as far as Trini- I Laurence B. Williamson -

ling welcomed aboard for dutyIn skipper of ,Fasron 9 at NAS, I
dad.Most :j Cecil Field since the unit
;
VJ-2 recently include five officers of the men have been was

and eight enlisted men, all transferred by now: or are in the commissioned in September 1950, .

from different towns and only two processes of checking out for was relieved of his command \!:

from the same'state. transfer. With the departure of Tuesday morning by Comdr. Wilson -
G. Wright III. .
Lt George Rehe, Lt. (jg) Billie almost 100 of the men sent to the ,

Leon Study, Lt. (jg) Wilfred squadron by the Air group, life Next duty station for Comdr. 1

:Moehle, Ensign Eugene R. Neumann in the Squadron will once again \ : '4t'A Williamson will be at WAS Quon- i.

: and Ensign Charles Morgan drop back to a semblance of nor- a. tQt' set :Point, R. I. His successor ) ,

lire the new gold braid members, malcy until another Air Group came to Jax from assignment as '

while the enlisted contingent cons i comes aboard. executive officer of CIC School at /

s sists of James Y. Allech, SN; Bu- S Glenview, 111.Graduated Tf"I '

ford E. Skinner, AC2; Donald E. James E. Carter, PRAN, and by the Naval Academy

Morningstar, AFAN; John E. Me- Allen N. Edwards, PRAN, are in 1939, Comdr. Wright was

Manaway, AFAN; Robert J. now qualified parachute riggers as appointed naval aviator In 1942

.. Christ, AFAN; William F. Nelson, a result of having finished the and joined VF-71 aboard the old

.AMAA; Eugene Pruett, AMAN, Navy School for Parachute Riggers USS Wasp. When the Wasp was '

find Bruce R. Axtell, AMAA. at Lakehurst, N. J. The final sunk he continued his combat duty

N William E. Farrall, AM3, and jump in a chute that the boys had AWARD CEREMONY-Receiving a gold star award in lieu ofa 7 with a land-based fighter squadron ,

Joseph T. White, AM3, have left to pack and rig themselves was second air medal for meritorious conduct during antisubmarine in the Solomon'' Islands Until I
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the squadrons and the Navy life the first jump for either of them patrols before and during the Normandy invasion during 1943. _:%'
U'W-H is Comdr. Layman D. Meyers of VC-5. Reading the ac- '
and they both admit that they SFollowing
for discharges and the "other side
I companying commendation is Capt. Paul II. Ramsey, Commander -'
of the fence"" were a "little" sc rced. However, instructor -
IIA TWing-l, during VC-5's change-of-command ceremonies I last duty as an
Advancement tests are being they both are now sold on jump- week. '- in fighter aircraft at NAS Atlantic

discussed just as much in VJ-2 ing and are eager for another that VP-741 was still operating City, the new skipper of

now as in other Navy squadrons chance to try their skill l at the art. CNO Touring Pacific from Hangar 140, on the seaplane Fasron 9 became C.O. VBF-97

aroUnd the world and with good Raymond J. Keifer, EMFN, has Washington (AFPS) Admiral ramp. in 1944 and two years later ,actedin
In addition to the also returned from Electrician's the with
reason. large Heard same capacity VF-153
William M. Fechteler has begunhis on the flight line, in the
group of seamen and airmen who Mate Class."A" School at USNTC aboard the USS Antietam. It was
first tour of the Pacific and maintenance shacks, and just
were tested for third class petty Great Lakes. Keifer makes the during this cruise that he served
Far East Naval installations since about everywhere the squadron
officer ratings last week, 65 others second EMFN in the squadron fol- under Rear Adm. OsboVne B.
becoming Chief of Naval Opera- members go, this talk is interspersed ? I
of the "Hurricane Hunters"are lowing closely on the heels of Lar- Hardison, presently Commander
tions. ,Accompanied by Rear Adm. with the same words used
involved in the exams. ry Leazott who was graduatedfrom Fleet Air, ,Jacksonville.Prior .
Robert Foldthwalte, director of here in Jacksonville, such as ships !
Nine of these men are strikingfor EM school last month.
the Fleet Operations Division, service, the "O" club, anchorage, to his assignment at Glen-
chief petty officer status. The John 'J. Lee, AA, who workedin ) 'to
Adm. Fechteler will go to Hawaii, and that dizzy set of words, "Cei view from whence he came to Jax,
majority of the men taking the squadron Supply
ex- Depart-
Comdr. Wright
Guam, the Philippines, Hong ling Zero. was commanding
have been doing for advancement ment and Warren R. Insull AA
ams ,
so -
officer of the
Administrative
Kong, Formosa, Tokyo and Koreaon Flag I
in aviation machinist who was on temporary additional a month-long trip. VF-14 Unit at NAS Alameda, Calif. j
mate channels with a good sized duty with the Special Services Department .
number striking for promotion in of NAS have both been 23 June-Genoa, ll Jy-After a
week of At the time of Pearl Harbor
the most colorful
Sea. liberty
aviation transferred can
structural mechanic I on non returnable ,
wotk. quotas to AN (P) School at NAT- Crews one and two returned thus far in their bruise, the "Top- Comdr. Williamson was flying \

TC, J ax. only recently from their seven- hatters" of VF-14 left Genoa, Italy neutrality patrols from Newfoundland -

Fasron SixOrders : day familiarization cruise to various I Leaving behind memories of land Patrol Squadron 72.
the medieval charm The squadron was reassigned to ,
hate bn received from VP-741 Important ports and naturally of the old "
ComAirLant for most men who Taking advantage of their cur- had many stories to tell. Someof I city and the modern styling of ,the South :Pacific Area in 1942

these concerned the Woody the new, the personnel took advantage and in May of the same year "
way
were sent to the squadron for rent opportunity to visit many of I
further assignment by ComAir- the European ports and cities, Wester, ADE1, former Jacksonville of the many tours that Comdr. Williamson WM commissioned .. ...
policeman, thrilled Roman were offered during their stay. a.s"'Lt. (jg).
Lant from Air Group Seventeen VF-741 personnel have become I'

when they departed a few weeks regular "tourlsta", despite being citizens with his accordian rendi- Taking advantage of the Rome Following the historic sea bat- ,

back. Quite a few of the men based on the island of Malta and tion of U. S. hit parade tunes. tour were John Grotty ADI, and tle of Guadalcanal in Novemberof

have been retained on board for in the middle pf the Mediterran- Personnel addicted to fancy Leland ,"Art" Kisrow, ATI, who 1942 Comdr. Williamson WM I

clothes, such as Lcdr. Jim Fulton, had the opportunity to participateIn patrol plane ,captain of a plane

former Jacksonville optometrist, an audience with Pope Plus that spotted and rescued 5 of 11

TRAINING kept many Madrid shopkeepersbusy I XII. R. J. Phillips, ADI, saw the survivors of the ill fated anti-air- .,.

OFFICER displaying their locally made i gondoliers in action while In the craft cruiser US$, Juneau which

Comdr. VI 1 1n- ware, with the wide, colorful variety had been torpedoed by an enemy I

rent L. Ha making decisions in sports submarine.

thorn, new coats and the like hard.
especially I canal city of Venice, while J. H. _
Training Officer ICr-
Squadron personnel have been ;
Todd AD2
for staff of went on to Gay Paree.
climbing the ladder of advance
Comma Probably the most popular tour
ment at a steady pace since being
Fleet Air offered was the one that made the
deployed; on the cruise with 36 enlisted rounds of Genoa
and the Italian
Jacksonville, men rising a notch In April
holds model of Riviera.; It included visits I to
while four
officers attached
aircraft he Y new Quanto, Garibaldi, Clif Nervi, Bo-
emblems in Comdr,
May.
Douglas -
flew as Commander gllasco, Reve Liguire, Sort, Recca,
Carrier Epperson, executive officer, Ruta and Rapallo.
was among those advancing and j
Air Group now sports "scrambled eggs" on I SO, June-At Sea. After enjoy-

8. Comdr. Ha- his visor. '. ing liberty in Gibraltar, Augusta ..
'tf't
thorn relievedComdr. Bay, Sicily and Genoa, Italy the"Tophatters" '
Despite
squadron
) activity moving ;
1 Robert are once again l in
along at a frenzied pace on ; i
Dose, who reports jet Malta, where the unit Is based an operating status. Since leav- I

to Chief with the Royal Air Force, VP-741 I! ing Genoa, flight operations have '

.,f Naval Air members have found time to discuss ,' been conducted daily Lt. (jg)

Training, Pen- the chow hall situation and i Randy Moore has passed the 1,000

!sacola. most have concluded that the Ii hour mark while Lcdr. Felix I .

t Jacksonville food Craddock has exceeded the 200
tops that In any

I: Hew ComFairJax Training Officer I other Since mess they hall have found been so subsistingon far. carrier July found landing the mark squadron visit'e

standard ing Marseilles and the fabled I
Royal Air Force
Former skipper of Carrier Air ra-
r Group 8, Comdr. Vincent L. Hath- became commanding officer tions for the past few months French Riviera. Swimming and

orn has 'taken over as Training In August of 1944 he returned and their opinions- were vouch boating are at their best during ",

Officer for Staff of CommanderFleet to the States. After serving as safed only after having visited July and .the crew had the oppor- (

Air, Jacksonville, relieving training officer at NAAS Deland other allied service; messes about tunity to try both.

Comdr Robert E. Dose who held Fla., Comdr. Hathorn's next stint the Mediterranean, these opinions) All is not play for the "Tophattern" \I
at General I would seem to be F who have been burning the
the post since June 1950. was Line School, at valid. Some
Newport, R. LIB members have even sworn they midnight oil on: their studies. The
Commander Dose has reportedto
will end their gripes about chow last available figure had the educational
Chief of Naval Air Trainingat
and life training score at ter-
in Jacksonville th'eir a
1947 he returned to sea duty upon ? '
Fensacola for
duty. return rific 119'itf' ,. Classes In
1 s as"Afr'Ofilcei aboard the US.? to :the land of milk and military
,
and
Leyte. HeJattr beanie .honey. OUT OF TillS WORLD professional requirements '
After< flight training in 1 931 execu-
,
1 iive o4Kaer"-ti J ATTU, a PensaS Although"> Uil unit is temporarily Lovely Arml Kuusela, "Miss were going full blast in order to r
Comdr. Hathorn lie r v e d' with
abased over 3,000 miles from Finland," took top honors in qualify the personnel for the ex-
Bombing Squadron 6 aboard ,thi > ''ksonvilJe. ; !some! conversations the beauty pageant at Long aminations now. taking I place
old USS returned Beach, Calif., and was
Enterprise, to crowned .
d the listener) to believe "Miss Universe." The throughout Hhe.fleet.MorOnforftjatioh,; .
18-year-
J-ensucoIa instructor was
as an ,
old beauty has blonde hair, ( as to thwhereabouta'.of
with Scouting Squadron 15 at Corpus f 4l r rig to Jhat role blue eyes and a classic profile. VF-U and their

Christl, Texas until mid 1943 as fjroepettlv* o tnili M She stands five feet, five inches doings will sbe': published as It ,.
and then ordered to Bombing rier Air Group 8. 'When the CAG j lack.iyotiArll and weighs 110 pounds. Bust, comes In from the
walt and hip measurement squadron re
Squadron 12 where he eventually was commissioned he assumea'4 y r. : : *ru are 34, 23 and 34 inches. porter.) ,.a's

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: Thurs., July 17 ((5, 7, 9) HERE AND THEREThe

,.. Duel at Silver Creek

.- __-Audie Murph; Marine sergeant explain
ing some fine points about their
',I> Fri., July 19 (5, 7, 9)
I weapons to a squad of boots on
I y Holiday for Sinners
the rifle bellowed:
range,
I 1 Gigi Young
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"This new bullet will pene-
I Sat., July 10 ((2, 5, 8) trate two feet of solid wood. So

Distant Drums .r t. heads
I remember to keep your

; ._._._..._....Gary Cooper 1 ?,o down."

Sun., July 20 ((2, 6, 8) '

Jumping Jacks A lame duck is a politicianwho

, :" __...._._...._._Martin & Lewis: is in the process of becom-
.. .
Mon., July 21 (5, 7, 9) 3 k :SaS ing a cooked goose.A .
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t\,i\ It's A Big Country ABC's TAUGHT HERE-A special training course in Atomic,
>._.All-Star Cast; Biological and Chemical Defense, made mandatory at military convention city poll-taker
bases, is being conducted at NAS with a practical, realistic pro- approached a harassedlookingwoman
Tues., Wed., July 22-23 (5, 7, 9]) .
gram. The faculty which is entrusted with carrying out the job of waiting for a commuter
The African Queen instructing key military and civilian men, takes time out (top
r ___ left to ) Vergil Flacidi, train. "And whom are you supporting
Humphrey Bogart ( right
I
i photo) during discussion. They are
_. ....._.. I madam?" he asked.
NATTCenter AUli; ueacy urossien, ADC;
Billy Collier, RD2; and William The woman snapped: "My hus-
Thurs., July 17 ((6 & 8)
S. Colson, AD3. They are band and three kids!"
The World In His Arms under the direction of Lt.

_._..._-._.Clrfftnry Peck\ James Hill ABC officer. The
man on the right is not "The A husband's love for his gar-
.. FrU July 18 ((6 & 8) man from Mars." lie is Vergil den sometimes depends on how

Distant Drums Placid, ADC, who demon- well his neighbor's wife fills a

? .._Gary Cooper strates gear used by atomic sun suit.
monitoring team in case of at
T Sat., July 19 ((2, 6, 8)) tack. By using prober in right
Holiday for .Sinners hand he is able to locate dan- The lone male member of the

?___._Gig Young gerous spots and his commune. panel was called on to answer

Sun., July 20 ,((2, 6, 8) cator operations.relays message Picture to at centerof bot- the question: "What do girls marry

Lost in Alaska tom shows the quite impressivearray for?"

_...___..--Abobtt & Costello of disaster equipment to "They all marry for the same
Mon., July 21 (6 & 8)) be used in case of' atomic, bio- reason 'til they're 60," he replied.
chemical attack. It
Jumping Jacks logical includes or protective clothing, 4 3 "After that, I don't know.

_...._?_._Martin & Lewis Geiger counter, radiacmeter
Tues., July 22 (8) and other equipment. Did you hear of the sailor who

.... .. Al Donahue & Orchestra....Dance tried to enroll in Vassar. He
F 3T (C{
Wed., July 23 ((6 & 8)It's Speed Out-Patienl : flunked' his physical.One .
4 .
I'I' A Big Country

, ......_._ ...___._...All-Star Cast Treatment For nice thing about the horse-
NAVAL HOSPITAL and-buggy days was that you

W. Thurs., July 17 (6 & 8) VetsVeterans iidn't have to wake up anybodyIn
Wait Till the Sun Shines Nellie Korean War the middle of the night to beg

\ _........._._:._._._Jean Peters; with active service e b enough hay to get you back

Fri., July 10 ((6 & 8) since June 27, 1950, and whc a home.A .

Lady in Iron Mask served anywhere in the world, who

..._..._._Louis Hayward need outpatient treatment for des- man stalled his car half on

Sat., Sun., July 19-20 ('7) abilities that are presumed to have Waves' Two CWO's Gets and half off the railroad track
t The World in His Arms resulted from their service will be One Of just as a train came around the

... .. .. Peck Veterans bend. Turning to his screaming
-- -. .Gregory provided needed treatment by
Mon, July 21 ((6 & 8)) Administration until i VA Billet At Training Center Here spouse, he snapped: "You've been
.I" driving all day from the back
Lost In Alaska can determine whether their disabilities -

_.._............Abott & Costello actually are service-con Presently assigned to NATT Chief of Naval Operations for seat. My end's across-see"what
I do with end.
Tues., July 22 ((6 & 8)) I nected. Center is one of the two Wave Air in Washington, D. C. where you can your

Holiday For Sinners This procedure is designed to Commissioned Chief Warrant she served as secretariat for the It's a woman's world When
_Gig Young in furnishing Officers in the entire Wave com- Division i
prevent any delay Aviation Personnel i L man is born, people ask, "Howis
I ,. Wed., July 23 (7) I. outpatient treatment for such plement of the Naval service. Chief. the mother?" When he marries

Jumping Jacks veterans. She is Alma H. Plakke, now included exclaim "What lovely
I a
I _Martin & Lewis Oddly enough, among they ,
Be ServiceConnectedUnder serving as assistant to the Mili- "
Must Miss Plakke's superiors in Wash- bride! And when he dies,
, 'Numbers following dates in- I existing regulations, out tary Personnel Officer at NATTC. they inquire, "How much insurance

.... dicate times at which movies patient treatment may be given Miss Plakke entered the Navyas I ington were Comdr. James H. did he leave her?"

.. will be shown). only for service-connected disabil- an apprentice seaman in 1942 Armstrong, NAS executive officer

ities after VA has determined that and following recruit training at and Capt. Douglas T. Day,

Gabreski HonoredCol. the disabilities actually are serv- Cedar Falls, Iowa, was assignedto NAS commanding officer. She

ice-connected and then has authorized Link Trainer School in Atlanta was directly responsible to Capt: ,
Francis S. Gabreskl, WWII
the treatment. Ga. Upon completion of the Day, who acted as Director of
awarded
has been -
and Korean
ace,
the Distinguished Service Eligible post Korean veterans course, Miss Plakke was ad Aviation Personnel at that time.Commissioned .

Medal for his work in developingnew may be provided needed outpatient vanced" to( petty officer third (By( Armed Torres Press 84-'nloo)

air tactics and combat pro- treatment either for dentalor class, Specialist T, (indicatingLink h\ QUESTIONS
trainer instructor), and was
medical disabilities presumed
cedures while commanding the 1, Has any presidential cabinet
... 51st Fighter-Interceptor Wing in to have been incurred in or aggravated transferred to N AS Corpus b:8 ever served throughout an administration -
Christi Texas.
,
service.
Korea. by ?
In September of 1943, she received
Must File" In Time vice
2. Has any president or
officer's train-
orders for
To be eligible for dental outpatient from office -
president ever resigned
Don't Be. :
treatment under these ing at Northampton, Mass. She ?
must w2s commissioned as Ensign in :
conditions, a Korean veteran be arrested?
3. Can a president
Haaalf Safe! file his application within 12 November 1913 and reported, to Democrat
4. What president was a -
NAS Olathe, Kansas, where she
date of his discharge
months from the : until his nomination on the
of 6 monthsor : was assigned as assistant Enlisted
from a period Republican ticket?
Personnel officer and later as
more active service Who the first -
5. was professional
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Link Trainer Officer.
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8- I soldier to be elected president
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Ever hear of the TV-gal singer After serving approximatelyone

who had an embarrassing experience year at Olathe, Miss Plakkewas e *

-her gown kept slipping up. transferred to the Naval s The real names of many stars.

.... Aircraft Modification Unit at in the entertainment world ore

Johnsville, Pa. In the followingtwo +14 ften> different from their stage

Blankets, Pillows No years, Miss Plakke attainedthe lames. Can. you correctly pair

Initial Issue rank of full lieutenant. Chief Warrant off the names listed below?
Longer
With the passage of the Wo- Officer Alma II. Plakke. one of
Blankets and pillows will no men's Armed Services Act in only two CWO's in Waves or- 6. Bernard a. Roy Rogers
longer be issued to male en- ganization. Scwartz
Women's Re-
listed personnel as part of their 1943, abolishing 1.-'Jack Milb.. Tony Curtis
w Miss Plakke shipped over
serve, Navy Supply Depot
lane
initial outfit of clothing, the
into the Regular Navy, losing .
Navy announces. No initial Ten Years Old 8. Leonard Co Robert
her lieutenancy but was com-
allowancefor Slye Taylor
monetary clothing missioned as Chief Ship's Clerk, The U. S. Naval Supply Corps
the items will be charged 9. James d. stewart
against the Individual's pay thereby becoming one of the two Depot, Bayonne. N. J., has celebrated Stewart Granger
Officers in the
Chief Warrant
record. Instead, two blanketsand its tenth, year of opera- 10. Spangler e. Dennis
". and don't tell me did Waves.
yon
pillow will be issuedas tion. Known the Navy1 "de- A. Brueh Morgan
one as
M I told you at Ute plant Shortly after she became a
1 dont see the ink stain 'on government property on an member of the Regular Navy, partment store," the,$125,000,000 11. Stanley t. Ray :MilIandMorner
.. jour fingers that tell me yon T. issue-in-kind basis for Individual now contains more than
the Chief Warrant received or- depot
peel I .p for U. 8. Defense
Bonds% use. ders for duty with the Deputy 100 buildings. (Answers on Page I17 ./

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Y I Extra Thinking-Extra Money




rs $380 To 17 O&R Employees ; .




For Beneficial Suggestions .. "


,:;"\ :,' : Beneficial suggestions are still paying off for those illustrious

:,'1' employees who have found that a little extra thinking can make ',

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Award checks totaling $380 C. office in the amount of $25 >

,,' were recently presented to sev- each.'v.
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enteen Overhaul and Repair de- *
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partment employees for their Lavario submitted an i idea to ""

participation in this year-round prevent the loss, of Jury Strut Y' ,,
Pins and Ulmer suggested a $+

.Y program. safety device designed to pre- ,- ", \1

Many ofthese suggestionshave vent air hose from breaking ;$
recommended for ad-
been loose while being connected or ?; ',
ditional awards to the Navy Efficiency disconnected. "i It..

Award Committee, Office .
Paul B. Chapman 'was the %
of Industrial Relations, 'I
winner of award fl;
a $50 for his '
GARNER TRIPLE 'O' RATINGS-Four civilian employees listen attentively as Lcdr. CharlesL. Washington, D. C., and for dis- of i"ff!
suggestion a jig designed
i Garrettson, Industrial Relations officer points out the meaning of the Triple 'O' Rating-highest semination to other governmentagencies to '
.. performance rating attainable for civilians. First four employees at NAS to be given 'O' ratings are I accurately locate the position for \m.
(left to right) Jean Martin, James Bedenbaugh, Leonard B. Eubanks and Ruth C. Munden. hole to be drilled, and incorpor. 4 1

-- I ating a: drill guide for fitting on ; !I
First Awarded Here Naval Installations who have F4U aircraft stabilizer. .

CREDIT UNION been notified of the suggestionshave
Another $50 check went to .
requested: further detailson .

QUESTION BOX Four NAS Civilians Attain the some ideas of in them their in activities.order to use I method Herbert 6f R.cutting Wright,tapered Jr., for holes his .* '-

M MMB mtrnm m in Metalite Stabilizer, using a'

QUESTION: Is the Jax Navy Suggestions made by Don La- type of rotary file tool. '' ,
Coveted 0' vario and Frank M. Ulmer were .
Triple Rating'For I III.:
Federal Credit Union open for I recommended for additional :
John C. Ferguson received
members to purchase additional awards by the Washington, D. a ''i
the first time since the Navy's Performance Rating Pro $40 award for his suggestion of :
shares, for new memberships and
gram began in 1950, "Triple O" ratings have been awarded to four partments on the station. an Extension- Bar Turner on

will it accept applications for civilian employees of NAS Jax. To CO For Consideration Gisholt Turret Lathe. fc +.i'

loans at this time? Recipients of this high badgeof "Triple O" ratings, when ap- Two awards were presented to .

ANSWER: Yes, the credit un- efficiency and performance are standing" ratings are assigned proved by the Station Performance Edwin H. Holmes. One for rec- .
only for work performance sus-
ion is open for business of all Leonard "B. Eubanks, employee Board, are referred to the ommending a new use for an old
levels.
tained at
kinds. Members purchase superintendent of the station and truly exceptional Commanding Officer for consid- tool, and for devising a method f"
may Such ratings are rare and signifyexceptional
Jean M. Martin, stenographer, eration of recognition or award. of masking a portion of cowl flap ,. :
additional shares of stock, and both of the Industrial Relations achievement. They are also reported to the hinge pins so they will not be l I

those employees desiring to purchase "Triple O" ratings are basedon painted.
Department; Ruth C. Munden, Chief of the Office of Industrial I' ;:
initial shares for membership quality of work, quantity of Other awards were receIvedby
: I NAS Infirmary nurse, and JamesH. Relations, Washington, D. C. 4

may apply to officials at the Bedenbaugh, chief quarter- work and adaptability. The em- In 1940 when the station first Charlie K. Adkins, Andrew L. I I
ployee must win an "outstand- Beatty, George S. Duckworth
40 man, Process Division of, the Eubanks of
credit union office, Building opened, was one the t
ing" in all three aspects in orderto
Ernest E. Hightower, Claude H.
Overhaul and
Repair depart. three members of the IRD De- I
on Thursdays and Fridays from ment. merit this designation. An"outstanding" Israel, Willie J. Jones, Harry E. >
partment (then known the
as
1530 to 1730. in one or two fields Reckstine, Jack J. Shapiro
All Labor Board). He has been ,
Judged
At that time officials will alsoaccept Employees I will result in a "satisfactory" an Pleasant T. Taylor, Arthur R. *"
I I < ;
The Performance since
I Rating Actis employee superintendent
for loans. "
applications --- rating. Wilson, and Ralph J. Wolfe, Sr. $.
a plan by which graded and I March 1950.
which will be forwarded to the I Performance ratings are recommended --- 1.1
Credit Committee for review thefollowing ungraded civilian employees are immediate I A Wave during World War II, IW
by
judged. It provides for: (1) Rec- I super- Jean Martin returned to NAS
week.QUESTION .
Al
visors, in conference with em- Donahue
i.
ognizing merit of employees and Jax in a Civil Service billet. She
: How large a loan ployees, 'and reviewed by the
their contributions to efficiencyand has been in the IRD Departmentsince
may a credit union member ob- next highest suprevisor. They are ,
economy in the Federal ser 1951.
tain on signature only (secured ,then studied by the Station Performance -
vice; (2J Making proper performance Band
3
Departments RepresentedRuth Coming
loan)? Rating Board of Re-
requirements known to employees I
Munden has been station
view, headed by Comdr. JamesP. a
ANSWER: Members of the and rating their performance

English, Administrative offi- employee since 1949. Prior
credit union may borrow up to in relation I
to such
require-
r
The cer, and composed of civilian representatives to duty here, she served in the Next Week
$200 on signature. procedurefor ments
; (3)) Using performance I
Army Nurses Corps and on two
I of the various de-
this is to make application for i
ratings (and discussions with employees -
polio epidemics, did private duty,
the loan at the credit union of- ) to improve the effectiveness surgical nursing, supervisorywork Famous for introducing many

fice. The application will be forwarded of employee performance, I firsts tunes Al
Polio Insurance in hospitals, and office nur- among popular r 1
to the Credit Committeefor and for strengthening supervisor- I sing. Donahue and his Orchestra will

review. employee relations; and (4)) Deadline FridayDeadline James H. Bedenbaugh came be aboard the Naval Air Stationfor

When approved, the member Keeping employees currently ad- aboard in July 1944 as a toolmaker a three day engagement beginning -

will be notified and will proceedto vised of their performance rat- for Polio Insuranceis He supervises the Manu- Monday, July 21.

the credit union office to fill ings. tomorrow. facturing and Processing Shopsin First performance is scheduledfor
Make application with
out the necessary papers. Loans Three Types of Ratings your the Metals and Machine a crew's dance at Mainside

are repaid weekly, semimonthlyor Ratings used at this station are your Department Representative Branches of O & R, to which 375 auditorium Monday with Tues- .

monthly. The charge is lr/o of "unsatisfactory," "satisfactory," Protect today.the and employees are assigned. In 1948, day's show being held at the
family
the unpaid balance monthly. and "outstanding," In accordancewith yourself he was given a meritorious pay NATTCenter Auditorium and
.
.
legislative intent and De- It costs so little to be safe! increase, the first of its kind at Wednesday in the Officers' Club. I ...

,For The Record partment of Defense policy, "out- I NAS Jax for many*years. All dances begin at 2000.
Rated as one of the top ten

(Continued from Page 5)) 24-Hour Service favorite bands in the country

Donahue provides music in the

1. Only one.ANSWERS Pierce's. cabinet I Red Cross Handles 7,454 Cases In Yearwomen I modern mood. An accomplished

nerved without change from 1853 violinist, many of his dance arrangements -

to 1857. i are built around his

violin solos.Recordings.
2. John C. Calhoun, vice presi- Within recent months the pub- in the amount of ?38- TIle above figure are for able-
movies and radio
dent under Andrew Jackson, resigned lic has had many opportunities to 25680. bodied servicemen and service-
work numbered Don-
are
in December, 1832. witness the Red Cross In its dis- Part of the statistics included wOn f.rLonly ,and. do ,not Include ahue's many activities.among 41 .

3. Yes. Grant was arrested for aster operations. What it did for the services rendered at the Na-
verification of the need for'2,536: Donahue is the man who introduced w'
driving a team of horses downPenns'h'anla the people} of Arkansas after the val Hospital. ,
"The Shrine of Ce-
emergency' leaves and extension St.
4 Avenue but the tornadoes struck is history. HowIt The Red Cross program here 'is cilia :;' ,

charge was never pressed. helped the flood victims of the of leaves,'1,469 ,health and welfare augmented by its ready contacts Dont, We"Deep Do This Purple'hy More Often" :, .

4. Grant, first a Whig, voted Missouri and the Mississippi, Is reports, and hundreds of personaland with 3,756 chapters and 6,084 and many other song favorites.Cambridge .

for Buchanan, a Democrat, in another page In its record of aiding ; family problems. blanches scattered throughout the \r "

3856, then accepted the Republican the stricken. I rCommunications United States, with field directorsand GraduatesOne

nomination in 1868. Few of us stop to realize the Included) 1,794 staffs attached to all majorU. f\ :

: less spectacular jobs the Red letters received and 1,122 letters S. Military installations of Largest Classes
5. Zachary Taylor, 12th president ,
of the U. S. Cross performs every day in its sent out. There were 2,567 wiresin throughout the world. It Is impossible Bainbridge NTS, Md. (AFPS) '" :,

chapters and field offices and 1,969 wires out. Long dis- to sum up the services -Completing a year's service r..
6. (b); 7, (f); 8. (aj; 9. (d); tance telephone calls in totaled I I and financial assistance renderedto since reactivation, the Navy re'j, !".

10. (c); 11, (e).. For Instance, the Red Cross office ; 546 and long distance calls out service people here and their cently graduated 3,500 recruits : :f

here at NAS Jax handled amounted to 641. families in cases referred to chap- : from one or Its ,largest postwar !

Don't Be" Kaaalf Safe! 7,451 cases during the fiscal year July 1051 was the peak month ters both local and elsewhere.The i, training classes; here.., I;

I ending June 30. These are actual for services when 773 cases were Red Cross office operateson Since it reopenedthetraining,

Dentist: "I'm sorry, but I'm i case'records and do not include handled. May 1952 was the high twenty-four hour emergency center has trained more than 54- Ii;

all out of gas." brief counseling* services Duringthe month for loans and grants when service and members of the staff 000 men.Jn'WWH'some' 250,000

Girl In chair: "Holy smoke Do same period loans and grants financial assistance in the amountof are available! through the station sailors were>,"i nrom' here to .

1 dentists pull' that old rttiff, too?" I were made to servicemen and $5.120.50'was extended. telephone operator fighting fleets. =.; ""i j ,

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17 July 1952 JAX' AIR NEWS Page Seven



z War On Insects Carried Out By Mal-Mos Unit No.-- 1 I





"[,." ti r z jii% Growth SeenIn 5


,;> \-\ M-M Unit z


Since 1949Jacksonville

:
Naval Air Station K
.
7'I N jx has been the scene of many firsts

I W+ in Navy experiments and developments '
r
Among the most inter- 0
lift" esting and important is the Malaria

and Mosquito Control Unit
. ,r {<
; No.. 1 which just recently celebrated -

"' \ a + I its third anniversary.
-
I, I It is the only unit of its kind

.in the 'entire Navy. .

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The Unit small
I although in..
t "OPERATION SPRAY" STUDY-Just spraying the area is not all there is to this art of war number of personnel, is big in ac- : 9.
I r on insects. The Malaria-Mosquito Control Unit No. 1 here has its own bug colony where roaches: : tivity. It had a inauspicious
flies and mosquitoes are raised for experimental purposes. Hank J. Weim, IIM3, (top left) gives very
roaches their daily portion of vitamins. On the right is the jeep with the cloud of spray follow.Ing. beginning back in July of 1949.
'f. Although the ground spray does not eliminate pests entirely, it does reduce their popula- : The Unit got its start primarily 10.

> tion. t through the efforts of Lcdr. John' LAB STUDY Since there
M. Hirst who headed the activity are more than 60 varieties of
if? Experimental until April 29 of this year when mosquitoes in this section of
the country, they must be clas-
he was relieved by Lcdr. KennethL. sified. This the local MalMosNo.

-,| Bug Colony Knight. Dr. Knight has been 1 does. David L. Hayden,
doing research work for the Navy 1 civilian entomologist, handles

for the past eight years the job.system _

I In Operation I whereby it is possible for

t Equipment was meager when the Unit here in Jax to determine
Everyone has heard of thorot
Unit 1 was organized but its when spraying is necessary at
oughbrcd horses, dogs, cats, and
growth since then has been very any of the bases in the Sixth
I others but there has been added
gratifying. The Unit now boastsa Naval District. It works in this
f t a new crop-thoroughbred flies,
field laboratory, a large mix- way:
t' ". mosquitoes and roaches. ing tank for making and mixing Light traps are set at the vari-

Yes, it's true, the Malaria and insecticides, a machine shop for ous installations controlled by

\ Control Unit No. 1 at repairing equipment, a TBM for 'this unit. The traps catch mos

__.!' 1 ;' NAS Jax raises its own. Of aerial spraying, TIFA (Todd In- quitoes and are sent here for in-

'r.t"f fl'I'Mosquito course they are used as guinea secticide Fog Applicator) for spection. They are inspected as

I i pigs in the development of the outside ground fogging, and to number and kind of mosquitoes -

most effective insecticides, but ....-- ......-...... -......................-...-- .--. .-------.----- smaller machines for fogging in- and the information is entered

1 nevertheless, they can be con- CONVERTED BUG KILLER When a number of teriors of buildings. on a graph. From the fluc-

"f"" sidered thoroughbreds. smoke screen machines fell into hands of Mal-Mos No. 1, --I tuations of this graph, the unit

: corpsmen converted them into insecticide machines (above). Among; the varied and unusual determines when the mosquito

; The method used is to collect Sam Nudo, IIM1, one of three who designed machine demon- jobs handled by this unit is "Mos- population needs a dose'of insec-

1 :.t. larvae, on the water, and then strates spray. I quito Survey." This project is a ticide.

k' .. through the use of vitamins, good -

"# : healthy insects are made ready New 'Bug Juice' 'Skeeteis' No Accident
;

,:'j,\'; for and their the comfort contribution of man.to science Sprayer Made 'OperatioSpry; Clears Area Of f Insects I

r.. In the past, the Unit has experimented 3
By Corpsmen
J. with flies and roaches ------
.. but it is soon going to work with. Necessity is the mother of invention It's 0530 in a cool, grey, dawn velopment of !spraying equip- : feet is maintained.
.
mosquitoes. Flies and mosquitoeshave and necessity turned and you're seeing pink fog! ment.
three hospital attached MEN OF the
MalariaMosquitoUnit
developed a resistance to corpsmen What you are seeing is "Op- Tests of. this sort require technical -
to Malaria and Mosquito Con- stand at the edge of the
insecticides thus constant
,
some eration routines for each man in
Spray test routine
a
testing is needed to maintain the trol Unit No. 1 into mechanics field and seven minutes follow-
performed the unit. Microscope slides are
by a plane belongingto
most effective "bug killers." extraordinary.When coated with ing a run they pick up all 'slides
the Malaria-Mosquito Control a magnesium com-
machine and cards and place fresh
I a smoke screen Unit No. 1. This Unit keeps the pound which picks up dropletsof paper
This testing and developmentwork from a ship fell into their hands, Air Station free of mosquitoesand the spray. A test plot, formedon ones in their place.A .

is under the supervision of the three men proceeded to turnit other insects. paper, maps the area to be second spray run is used in
into an insecticide spraying testing, and has some type of alteration -
entomologist Indexed
David L. civilian white
Hayden, Red dye is used in the sprayed. plain
,1't machine. spray such as flaps set at 15
I'
'
attached to the local for paper cards are numbered and
Unit. They started work on this ma- testing purposes only and the placed on the ground at inter- degrees, flaps up, flaps down, or
chine six months and the pink fog produced is certainlyan varied elevations.
; ago vals of 50 feet.
;r> In addition to discovering unfamiliar sight to the average -
"" deadliness of insecticides, checks converted sprayer is now going onlooker. Microscopic counts are taken
into use throughout the.-Navy. from the slides to determine the
are made to determine the most WEATHER conditions are a
j I Of the three who started the
on
t I effective size of droplets used in A TBM prime factor in the test. If the diameter of a spray droplet, and
project, only one is left in the "Avenger" is used by.
the size. The cards
are
is is much average
spraying. If the droplet too ground temperature too
unit to see the final successful Malaria-Mosquito Control and is
.' figured for density from the
large, it will not get to enough warmer than air temperature, the ,
results of their efforts. He is A. maintained essentially for the de-
J of the insects and if they are too I,. fog floats and will not fall quickly number of droplets per square

: f: 'small, they will be blown away Sam Nudo, JIM... .!. dleton for eventual transfer to to the ground. Therefore spraying inch, and the purpose of the red

,. So ; Korea. I is done in the early morningor dye explains itself here. Pink
; before they take effect. a hap The other two, Rex Lowry,
t py medium must be maintainedat IIMC, and E. L. Clancey, HM3, This new addition to the equip- late evening when the ground droplets can be seen, whereas,
the mixture of DDT and
"
all times. were transferred before final ment maintained by Unit No. 1 temperatures cool. spray a
Diesel oil, is absolutely clear.
: tests could be completed. Chief has proven versatile. It will spray Two helium balloons are re-
The count from the cards also
), Lcdr. Kenneth L. Knight, offi- Lowry is presently in Port Lyau- I liquids and dust either for out- leased above the testing area to
determines the swath-width of
.::' cer-in-charge of the Unit No. 1, tey doing the same type of workas I I side ground fogging or it can be determine wind direction and to

has estimated that aerial .spray- he did here and Clancey has rigged to be utilized for fogging give the pilot his line of flight. each spray run.. .

ing is from 60 to 70 per cent effective joined the Marines. at Camp Pen- 1 interiors of buildings.: Ordinarily, an altitude of 150 I
on mosquitoes. When larvae TESTS of this sort require ell
hands for successful perform
deposits are found in swamp
41\'" ance. If conditions demand flight
.1 areas, they can be completely
covered by insecticide which is time to be set for 0400 everyman
100 cent effective. is up at that time.
r per:.
.,4'k-; "".. As far as roaches are concerned Aside from the tests, the Unit

.1'' building fogging would be 100 sprays throughout the 6ND. All

per cent effective if the bugs five Naval activities in the Jax:

; would cooperate and remain in Area are part of their hops as

the building during the fogging.As wall as the Naval Air Facility: ,

it is they crawl out when fog- Glynco; Ga.; Army Ordnance Depot

ging apparatus arrives and re- Naval; Ammunition Center,

,. :.- turn when all danger is past. ,, J I Naval Shipyard and Naval lto pi.
.., But the Malaria-Mosquito Unit '0PV hd s tal at Charleston S. C.; Parris
to find Island; NAAS Sanford and the
continues in its efforts
for the Naval Mine Countermeasure Sta
more effective insecticides
many insect pests in the area. lion, Panama ,City, Fla.

Naval personnel can consider The Key West area has its own

themselves lucky. Although there aerial spray plane, but it uses

: are still roaches, mosquitoes and the insecticides furnished by
Unit 1. This is also the case at
,flies around, their populations SPRAY FROM] TilE SKY-The TBM Avenger assigned to the Malaria-Mosquito Control Unit I
i }. have been greatly reduced No. 1 lets out a stream of "pink fog" during an early morning run. These hops are flown early I j Miami where the Marine Corps'Air
I through.the efforts of this Unit. in the A. M. or late in P. M. to catch cooler ground temperatures for effective spraying. I Station has its own unit 4

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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 17 July 1952
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CPO Nole

If Don McNeil can have his

J breakfast club in Chicago, the
CPO Club can outdo him in Jack

. I TlIlI mEK'S; (K fast sonville club and every have its Saturday own break-and

4 I nI Sunday mornings with Chief ,.
I DEft\'SI. \ Jack Stott presiding at 0930.

If your wife won't cook for

DIGEST you we will, so why not give hera
( ) break and bring her and the

rest of the family to the club for

Chowdown at 0930.

One of the highlights being Introduced 4

on Friday, July 18, will
be Jack Linton at the Hammondorgan

(A Summary of Federal News playing all your favorite

Affecting; the Southeast) I requests. Why not comt up and ..

B meet him personally?
CONTROLS-Small businesseswith
EM CLUB OPENS DOORS On Saturday the club is goingto
( fewer than eight employees It was a big first night for the have a free buffet with a door

), workers earning less NATTCenter Enlisted Men's prize at 2000. Jack Linton will
Club which opened last Friday.
than a dollar an hour, agricultural Enthusiastic first-nighters partake be featured on the Organ until

labor and bowling alleysare of free refreshments (top p _ 0030.
photo), at the bar topside of Jack will be heard at the
free of wage controls under the club. Capt. Lester K. Rice, lub Friday, Saturday and Sun
the newly amended! Defense Pro- commanding: officer of NATT-
day evenings throughout July
center makes the opening official
duction Act. Professional archi- with the cake-cutting: ceremony and August. If you hear him and

tects and engineers will also be (right). enjoy his music please let the entertainment

freed from the wage program committee know. The _

July 30. However, the President + BREEZES., entertainment committee consistsof
may place small businesses back Chiefs Ed Dowd, M. Harrison,
under wage controls if the econ- It was their first date, and as Bob Long, and Chief Johnson.
they stood at her door saying .
omy of the nation appears to require -
it. good night the sailor asked "What M
would you do if I were to try to Over 40000;
The Office of Price Stabilization "
kiss ?
you
in the meantime, is gearing ,
"I'd call brother the girl Marines GetPromotions
itself to the needs of small busi- my .
ness in the' price field. Rent con- ; said virtuously.

trols, except in the 30 or so critical "How old is he?"

areas, (in the southeast), will "Three," she whispered.
Washington (AFPS-The Ma-
go out of existence on September Modern Recreational'Rendezvous .
rine has authorized the
30. However, any municipalitymay Uncle: "I have three sons at Corps #
voluntarily embrace rent college. One is at Harvard, an temporary promotion of 42,669

control by a "positive action" of other's at Indiana, and a thirdis Enlisted Men's Club enlisted men.
its council or governing body. at Vassar." In line with Marine Corps expansion '

As the result of the general Nephew: "But Vass- r's a girls' vacancies exist for 22,000

weakening of the stabilization school.. corporals, 9,800 sergeants and

program, nearly half of the em- Uncle: "No wonder he never Opens AI TTCenler 7,105 staff sergeants. Date of rank
for those who meet promotion
ployees of the principal agencies comes home for vacations.
involved must now look for oth- NATTCenter's modern new Enlisted Men's Club, built at a cost qualifications will be June 1,

er jobs. Submit those ideas through that of $25,000, had its official opening last Friday night when a ribbon- 1952. ALMAR 14 contains the authorization ..' -

,* convenient Beneficial Suggestion cutting ceremony was performed by Capt. Lester K. Rice, the Cen- for the promotions.A .

l\1IL1TARY-Reservists in the method. ter's commanding: officer. list will be published shortly
naming 2,422 staff sergeants and
Armed Forces now fall into one Free Refreshments r
with a tile deck for dancing and technical who
1,020 sergeants
of three categories .Ready, Free beer, punch cake and may
the music furnished by juke box. be promoted to the next higher
Standby or Retired. The Ready I Marine Tops sandwiches highlighted the open- Plastic leather covered booths rank. Their dates of rank will
Reserves, limited by law to a Ing while the NattCats orchestra
surround the floor. Modern light-
also be June 1, 1952.
strength of 1,500,000 (includingthe Grad ClassIn played for dancing. ing matches the interior.A The Marine Corps also announced
National Guard and the Air A modern motif is carried out
small room off to the centerof that 322 senior career noncommissioned
Guard), may be called to,duty on in the design of both of the
I AO SchoolPFC the building accommodates all officers have been
the declaration by the Presidentof lounge rooms. The lower deck '
of the amusement machines and selected for warrant officer. This
a national emergency.The Thomas A. Thomson finished las a small bar with a dance
includes another juke box. was the first time the Marine
other two categories can- on top of the heap among stand and plenty of spa c e for Corps has selected.warrants since
All personnel must be in the
not be summoned except with 48 men in the graduating class dancing. Tables and chairs sur-
the consent of Congress. Most Ko- of Aviation Ordnance School at round the dance floor with recessed uniform of the day and the pre- WWII.Names of those selected will.be ,
scribed hours are from 16302300on
rean veterans and many draftee- NATTCenter with an average lighted pictures and drapes published sometime this ..month.Their .
veterans will go into the Ready grade of 85.9.Thomson .used to add to the color. working days and from 1400- : average period of Marine
2300 on Saturdays, Sundays andholidays.
Room
of
Reserves for three years and who entered the Ma- Plenty Corps service is approxi-
receive The upper deck has a large bart
then, upon application,
rines in Octo- mately 12 years j
transfers to the Standby group.
i ber 1951, completed and convoy operations will begin

f AGRICULTURE The Com- basictraining NATO Nations .. Sept. 13.The .
a I at maneuver, largest of its
munity Credit Corporation's loan Plan ExerciseFor
Parris Island kind ever conducted, will be under
program to aid farmers purchaseor
construct crop storage facili- d and was sent September the dual leadership of Gen. # ...
here tot h e Matthew B. Ridgway, Supreme
ties has been extended for a year.
Loans covering up to 80 per cent t Airman Pre Washington (AITS) Ships, Allied Commander Europe, and

of the cost of the storage struc- paratorySchool.: t planes and men of eight North Adm. Lynde D. McCormick, Supreme "

ture will now be available until He Atlantic Treaty Organization na- Allied Commander At
then continuedon tions will participate in "Main
Tom Thomson lantic.
June 30, 1953. Owner-operators,
tenants, landlords or producer- to AO School to graduate first'in Brace", a 13-day exercise to be Fast carrier forces made up of

partnerships may apply through his class. held in northern Europe in Sep British and American units, and .

local lending agencies or through Tom, who hails from Methuen, tember. aircraft and other ships manned

county FMA committees. Proposed Mass., expects to stay here at More than 150 warships and by military forces of Canada,

R structures must meet the requirements NATTCenter for a while. He was hundreds of aircraft will resist a Denmark, France, the Netherlands __' x

for eligible storage selected to begin instructor dutyat "Very well-I accept your theoretical enemy flank attack In Norway and Portugal will

under the price support program. the ANP( ) School. apology; !1" that area. Carrier, antisubmarine support NATO's northern flank.
.

AFSC Eleventh Graduates ClassThe 'Korean Vets' Bill Signed By President Give Schooling, Loans, Benefits I ., I'


Armed Forces Staff .Col- President Truman has signed money. The basic change in the Men having served over 60 days who attended school were limited

lege, Norfolk, Va., has graduatedits the Korean Veterans Bill which new bill Is: GI's applying for the service, part of it overseas, will as to the amount of extra money
11th class, consisting of 192 full-time education bill will .be they could earn, but no such restriction
rushed through before receive $300 mustering-out pay.
senior officers of the uniformed Congress given $110 if single, $135 with one has: been imposed in the ..
forces. Courses at the sixyearold it; adjourned. dependent and $160 with m 0 r ethan Those with duty only in the U.S. new bill.

school include phases of joint Veterans, by virtue of this bill, one dependent The veteran get $200 and men with less than Unemployment pay amountingto

military operations and study of are entitled to schooling:, unemployment must pay all expenses himself. 60 days service collect $100. $26 for 26 weeks will be doled

political science, economics and assistance, home, farm Officers over the rank of Lieu- out to men not going to school

government. and business loans and musteringout THREE-QUARTER time students tenant In the Navy and Captainin and unable to find a job. Individual

IDon't pay if they served on or after the other branches are ineligible states will handle the pay-
will receive $80 if single;
June 27, 1950. for mustering-out pay. All ments which will conform to labor /
Be. $100 with dependent and $120
one other benefits are similar to the rules in each particular state.

WORLD AU II veterans had with more than one. Non-matric W.W. II bill.VETERANS. For those released prior to the ,

Haaalf Safe! allowances allotted for tuition and ulated students will receive assistance I I bill's passage, the bill is retroactive -

ooks and were given subsistence I in ,proportion., of the last war I .





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17 July 19$2 JAX AIR NEWS Page Nine

4 Largest Ship In The World .

\ -:- Births -:-

: Listed below are the births as "r'h vV New Super Carrier USS Forreslal! I

reported by the Naval Hospit

between the period" June 29 arid Will Handle Latest Type BombersA

July 9:

Gunner's Mate First Class Ro new super carrier, the larg-

-. ert F. Martin and Mrs. Esther ',R. A est vessel in the world, the USS spacious flight deck, will be
had its ready for issue upon the ship'scompletion.
James V. Forrestal, giant
8 Ib
weighing ,
Martin, a son,
a Atomic bombers will
keel laid in official ceremonies
2/ ozs, on June 29.
Monday at Newport News, Va. also be handled on the'huge flat
Seaman David 1L Cochran and
Destined to be larger and heav- top.
Mrs. Margaret Cochran, a son,
commissionedliner f .
ier than the newly
weighing 7 Ibs., 9 ozs., on June 29. 4
United States, the ship will Four catapults will enable the
t Airman Gerald W. Higgins and ,
be able to supply naval air power ship to launch up to 32 planes ina
Mrs. Barbara J. Higgins, a daughter -
to any spot on the globe. four minute span and she will
; weighing 7 Ibs, 1 oz., on '
,," '\ # '; sp have a speed in excess of 30
: June 29.Corporal.
Weighing 59,900 tons and costing knots. The carrier will have a
I. Lyndol McLeod ar() a > 4''ri
:...,w a' r 9 9k aNEW more than $220,000,000, the length of 1,040 feet and a beamof
; Mrs. Edna ,B. McLeod, a son
'. Forrestal is scheduled for com- 252 feet.Depdty .
weighing 8 Ibs, 3'/4 ozs., on July
I. pletion in December, 1954 and Defense Secretary Wjl-
will come off the ways tn Marchof liam G. Foster declared that the
,,, C h j e f Aviation Electronics!
,: Technician Truman G. Smith and that year.Secretary carrier will be a "welcome addi-
', 'a of the Navy Dan tionto'the, 'arsenal' of new weapons -
.' Mrs. Mildred S. Smith, son,
Kimball stated that new jet air-
developed since the outbreakof
weighing 8 Ibs, on July 2. ROBES-Mrs. Elliott Newell Jr:, president of the Navy craft, designed for the Forrestal's "the "
in Korea.
Pipe Fitter First Class Hoyt ]H. Wives Club (kneeling) makes a last minute check of the new war

Whittle and Mrs. Geraldine M. Children's Choir robes being modeled by Susan Knickelbineleft IOIIMNIMOMMIirINurN4tlmIInI! 1Ntl "OINPoPuIMrMIIM q Another super carrier, the USS

Whittle a son, weighing 8 Ibi., ( ), while Larry Olsen eyes the tie Jean Maas, AN, (right), United States, started in New-
choir director is wearing, which is just like his. The Navy Wives
6" ozs., on July 2. Club donated the material for the robes and fashioned them with :l l:1Jmlillllll port three years ago, was canceled

-. Boatswain's Mate First ,Class the help of mothers of choir members 1WAVEWAYS by the Defense.Department.The .

- Emory L. Dicks and Mrs. Orler ship's so large that no

V. Dicks, a son, weighing 6 lbs.. For Children's Choir! shipway in the world is large
6'/i ozs., on July 3. Robes : IIIIIIIIUllua MHMIkti/ I ? enough to launch her. She will

Staff Sergeant George L. Fisl, Waves' Clothing and Small be floated out of the dock.

Jr., and Mrs. Helen C. Fisk, a son, Stores announces a change in

weighing 8 Ibs, 6y4 ozs., on July, Thanks To Navy Wives ClubOnce management this week. Ruby Helen Burnett, TDAN, relieves
3. Smith, who has been understudying Alice Howe this week as MasteratArms -

Boatswain's Mate First Clas Joan Jensen for the past in Barracks 722. Howe

Benjamin Burnsed and Mrs.! again the far reaching ct-I ing. Regular meetings are held month, will replace "Johnnie" will assume new duty with NAS

Kathleen D. Burnsed, a son feet of the ,written word every Thursday from 1400 to when she leaves for her new duty Supply Dept.

weighing 4 Ibs, 7 ozs., on July, graphically illustrated w hen I 1600. station at Norfolk. I I .

3. members of the newly organize Due to the summer drop-off in "Johnnie" also leaves Smittyher Berdell (Tilt) Bergman will ait

.... Airman Apprentice William Children's Choir aboard the station attendance/ regular Sunday collateral duty as official as temporary CMAA when Louise

# Giles and Mrs. Elizabeth F. Giles, found themselves the proud School is being dispensed with scorekeeper for the Waves soft- Downing goes on leave next

a daughter, weighing 7 Ibs, 14 possessors of choir robes. and the choir meetings on Thurs- ball team. The squad extends week. Coming into prominence at

oz., on July 3. Several months ago the Ja: days are incorporating a short many thanks for a job well doneto last, eh Bergie?

Seaman Apprentice Henry P. Air News ran a feature story on bible study period: "Johnnie", and welcomes Smit- The annual Waves anniversaryparty

Gerety and Mrs. Dolores T Ger- the organization of this first all ty to the fold. is scheduled for the 3rd of

ty, a son, weighing 6 Ibs., I1-2 Navy children's choir. It was begun PRESENT PLANS call for the Result of a flying trip to Ohio August. Since this calls for the

ozs., on July 3. and directed by Jean Maas, brought Barbara Rickman a gem
% choir to sing once a month at celebration of a decade, let's all
Storekeeper Third Class Thomas Wave AN, who conceived the for her third finger, left hand.
the Sunday morning services at turn to and make it a huge ',suc-
M. Campbell and Mrs. Betti idea and made it a reality because the All Saints Chapel plus guest Wedding date is set for the latter

.. J. weighing 8Jbs. of her love of children and- cess.NATTCenter's
Campbell, a son appearances at churches in Jax part of August.. AK: School 're-

., 6 ozs., on July 3. music. Last Sunday they sang at the ceives five ANP) graduates this
Aviation Machinist's Mate Fin St. Johns Presbyterian Church Joan Leisel of Aerology is tak
Phillips
week. They are: Christine
, Class John Hay, Jr., and Mn. RUFUSING to be discouraged and this coming Sunday they ing the lead fh this month's list Lorraine Tes-
Shirley Ryder,
Elizabeth S. Hay, a daughter, .by ,the pessimistic words "It have accepted an invitation to I''of marriages.. She tied the knot sier, Shirley Hill and Marie .

weighing 6 Ibs, on July 3. won't work" which were voice sing at the Orange Park Meth- Tuesday night. Headed in the

Airman Grover C. Herring, Jr., by many, she started her little odist Church. Kitty Dittmar, same direction are Lucy Josey Morre.

and Mrs. Mary E. Herring, a son, group last October and in six: daughter of Captain Charles and Elaine Rosenberg. Lucy Taking the Memphis train are

weighing 8 Ibs, 8 ozs., on July J 3. months had built a 40voicechoir. Dittmar, senior NAS chaplainis I walks the aisle on Sunday and Ann Hertle and Pat Alford who

Airman H. O. McElvana, Jr.., Now this choir has appeared accompanist for Elaine will take the vows Aug- will attend AT School. Future
in the All Saints Chape permanent I shutter-bugs en route to Pensa-
and Mrs Viretha A. McElvana, a ust 3.
'- and in addition have made gues the group. cola are Carol McAtee and S.
son: weighing 8 Ibs, 7 ozs., on:
4.Lieutenant. appearances churches in Jas. Cormelson. Carlene Acuff travels

July junior grade John; Shortly after this story appeared WAVE TWINS, SHOW BIZ VETS, nort hto Olathe, Kansas, for

E. Draim and Mrs. Patricia S. word came that the Navy; TOUR AC instruction and Letha Lati-

", Draim, a daughter, weighing Wives Club members had vote< NOW BOOKED FOR NAVY mer will study "turmoil aloft" atAG

)bs, 13 ozs., on July 4. to donate choir robes for the Veterans of show business, Bar- School in Lakehurst.
girls on report. .
Lieutenant James A. Fowdei children. They purchased the< bara and Jacqueline Borrowes,

and Mrs. Erma I. Fowden, a son, necessary material and with th specialists in ventriloquism and When the twins were brought NAVAIR Radio

weighing 7 Ibs, 13 OZS., on July help of the mothers of the choir: comedy dancing, are 21-year-old with before demerits the Company facing Commander them both Group To Meet

5. members, Work began on the identical twins who decided I to
the guilty girl confessed, thus, NAVAIR Radio Amateur Club
Storekeeper First Class Charles robes. "tour" the Navy. They are now
sparing her sister a few hours announces it will hold an important -
}!. Means and Mrs. Eloina H. receiving: a course of instruction I
EMI (extra military instruction). t meeting at 1630 Tuesday,
Means, a son, weighing 7 Ibs, ON FATIIER'S Day, June 15, at NATTCenter's ANP) School.
it sis- 22 the second deck of
What price honor, or was July on
44 o'zs., on July 5. the: choir made its first appearance Navy life is not entirely new to terly love ? I the electronics lab building, 954.
# Boatswain's Mate Third Class; in their new robes at the the girls, their father being a

'" Gerald J. Shea and Mrs: Theresa All Saints Chapel. Many mothers Lieutenant Commander, retired.

J, : M. Shea, a son, weighing 7 Ibs, found themselves finishing uj Following dad's footsteps, the

8 ozs., on July 5. the; work that Sunday morning twins enlisted In the Waves at

Personnel Seaman Wayne L. ,jut by church time, all was i ieady. Bradenton, Fla, where they resided .

Eppley and Mrs. Edith L. Eppley, with their father.

a son, weighing 6 Ibs,> 10V ozs.,, Procuring proper ties posed .

on July 5.Personnelman. quite a problem until someone The talented duo has appealed

Seaman Joseph suggested using regulation Waves in various night clubs in and a

. }I. Gale and Mrs. Marie C. Gale,, ties which proved to be the around Washington, D. C. with 1t

>> a son, weighing 7 Ibs, on July 5,. answer.Fulltime. their ventriloquist act. { 'hA\ fi'a _

Seaman Apprentice Billy Rawls membership of the
While attending recruit train-
and Mrs. Sue F. Rawls, a daughter ,
choir numbers 40 but due to sum ing at Bainbridge, the girls had nt hR
weighing 8 Ibs, 6 ozs., on
, mer vacations, leaves the choir an opportunity to display their

July 7. usually claims only 25 membersper entertainment ability in the Navy
Aviation Boatswain's M a t e
meeting. Age range is six Charity Carnival held 1 at the
Third Class Buford W Cole and 3
through thirteen. Although the Training Center and took part in
Mrs. Billy J. Cole, a daughter,, entire group meets as one, the traditional show. lh ,
the
company
weighing 7 lbs., 1 oz., on July 7. six and seven year olds make upa ; &
Aviation Electronics Mate Second -
choir while the
children's remaining In order to avoid unnecessary
.. 'Class George W. Buckleman form a junior chofr
confusion, the twins were assigned
and Mrs. Marie E. Buckleman, a *
different platoons, although both
daughter, weighing 7 Ibs., 2 ozs., JEAN MAAS, organizer and
were in the same company. Despite
.on July 7. the desire
director, has expressed -
this precaution, one outstanding -
First Lieutenant William McLaughlin -
children join
to have more
Barbara A, incident did occur While 2e\
and Mrs. the choir. Alb children are invited -
standing in chow' line, Barbara, r4
6
McLaughlin, a son weighing to attend the next meet- ,: broke ranks ,,_ _F __ _
or was it Jacqueline, '''''9 '' ''
Ibs, 12 ozs., on.July 8.
Communications First Commissaryman Third Class and dashed into the mess hall. The TWO OF A KIND-The Borrowes sisters, Jacqueline' and Barbara t
Interior leader unable to distinguish left and right or right and left (take your choice), 21-year ,,
Class Emanuel T, Green and Mrs. Chester C Weaver and Mrs. Helen platoon I ,
ti pd) identical twins Bessie M Green, a daughter M. Weaver,,a daughter, weighing which sister: decided to' disregard 1 veteran stage performers, who made quite* hit with their antics .. ',:.:
weighing 7 Ibs, 1 oz., on July 8. 7 Ibs., 14 OZS., on July 9. ))per; 'training, put both before enlisting, are attending AN'- (P) School at NATTCrnter. H" Y

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Ten SAX AIR NEWS 17 July 1952,,


Tars Meet Columbia r

Waves Drop ,. .
\ ..:\ ): .,
Tonight Friday
..... ., ,
Tilt To PI 1 ) )": Completing a four game series

} with the Sally league leading'a

Lady Marines ., Columbia Reds in single games ..:.

." < tonight and tomorrow night, the
'., >> >
Parris Island's Lady Marineswon '. ; Jacksonville Tars are on the road w, tr. .
their second decision over '. ."rs4:'1 until July 24 when they return ..

the Jax Navy Waves last week, to the Myrtle Avenue diamond ;;:

besting the local gals 9-1 on the for five games. .::.

Islander's diamond, having pre Macon plays single games
With John Charvat viously gained a 15-11 verdict July 24-27 while Savannah closes

Rumored to be the coach for the coming NAS grid season, here. the months home activity with

Lt. Dave Barksdale attended the recent week long East Coast Wednesday night the Waves one tilt July 28. The locals met '..

Marine Corps football clinic at Camp LeJeune, N. C. that featured take on Massey Motors at Murray with stiff opposition on their last ,
Bernie Crimmins, head mentor at Indiana University, and his staff. Hill in a Girls' City Softball road j jaunt which served to bury
League Last them deeper in the-circuit sec '
meeting. night 155
Representatives from Camp LeJeune, Parris Island, Cherry they
ond but with
"
met Springfield Park with 5j division the season ,
,
Point, Quantico, Pensacola, Miami and Jax Navy, totaling over 35, score available at time. no only half gone there Is still hopeof
were in attendance. Barksdale was the lone Jax delegate. press
a pennant contending berth.
.
Exchanging runs in the firs : 7 S.Rx >
Barksdale, an individual with football experience from North '
Carolina and the Naval Academy, related that sessions were held inning the skirted Leatherneckswent Special "Baseball Park" buses

twice a day, opening with chalk talks in the morning. and contact on to score at least once in leave downtown Jacksonville before '
work in the afternoon. each of the following stanzas as each game and return immediately -
they found the Waves defenses IiiI after. Tickets for all
Assisting Coach Crimmins with the lectures was his capable sieve-like in the clutch. home games are distributed in

staff of Bill Battles and Bob Maddock. Battles instructed the ... _. .. _m m...._. groups free to various units and "-
coaches defensive and scouting while Maddock's main forte The waves single run came after ..
on play RIGIITFIELD organizations throughout the sta-
I Mickey McQuaig singled SWA'M'ERS-
was center and guard play. Crimmins centered his discussions on moved to second Joyce Bittner's A pair of Jax Navy's lefthanded .ion.
the work of the quarterback, Mr. It of a split T which Indiana on batting artillery check the -
: one-baser and stole both
operates from. distance on the new fence in S tiSe
third and home. Three hits in right field as Jim Coughlinleft ,.,
Big Grid Schedule Mapped the fourth failed to produce a ( ), points out the 325 foot : lJf'S"'O: TS'

Plans are indefinite for the Fliers' '52 football war, but Barks- run as the homestanders cut fence marker measures to Bill Schuckers.335 in left The and I rl'V'1:A ,,1ft' .

dale is the number one candidate to fill the shoes of Lcdr. Harry down runners trying to advance. 385 in center, a hefty poke in rN r II

i Knickelbine, present Special Services officer and last year's coach. I all directions against prevail- '.'- .J.,;. I
ing winds.HOTARDINGRAM. .1 '
'
.
Barksdale told this corner that there was an urgent need for h ,. "
experienced coaching help with this year's edition. Any officer or Golfers Finish DUO I
Sumo
is
c enlisted personnel with a rounded knowledge of the game who is interested wrestling virtually unknown -

in seeing duty this season please get in touch with him. Second I In TOPS IN PING PONG to the wrestling world -
but
has been a sport in Japan ,
Tentative dates for practice sessions have been set for Aug. Aircraft Maintenance dominated since its inception 1,977 years ago.

15, but the personnel situation remains a big problem. A majority 3-Way MeetJax play in the. NATTCenter doubles In this sport two barefoot op-
i of last vcar's stalwarts have been transferred or discharged, so ping-pong tournament held ponents grapple In a circle of ..

you can expect to see many new faces on the local oval when opening Navy golfers, were hard at the- EM Lounge- last week. hard clay 15 feet in diameter '

game time rolls around in September. pressed in their recent three-way The A/C men placed one duo crouching and attacking, jumpingand

PI Diamondeers Pack Wallop match with J'arris Island and in the championship finals and shdving.

Parris Island Green Cove, finally capturing had another pair in the quarter When one man is pushed outside -
Enjoyed a visit with Pete Waldmeir, publicity
second place. finals. the circle of his
or any part
man, before the Islanders opened their two game stint on Mason
{I Field last week. Pete travels year 'round with the PI athletic teams Only 6 points separated first I Floyd Hotard and Chuck In- body other than the soles of his

1 and has a chance to see the best in service competition. He's looking place Parris Island and third gram won the championship. After feet touches the ground, he loses.
j forward td the all-Marine diamond playoff on the West Coast place Green Cove Navy. Parris collecting a win and a forfeitIn That is the object of Sumo.
Island compiled 27 points to Jax early rounds, they bested Jerry .
I
in August. There'll be the best of the Corps on hand f6r the tourney r
r and we wouldn't be a bit surprised to see PI emerge with the Navy's 24 and Green Cove's 21. Hall and John St.. Hilaire, student When Paavo Nurmi's wife sued

i crown. Bill Chase and Tom Henderson Electricians, 21.15, 21.1 anr* for divorce in Finland some years

of the Fliers' supplied the 2117. ago, she had what the law con-
Bobby Deeds, Pi's right handed curve ball artist, had not been I
most points for the locals, each AE School, AK School and Special : I sidered to be reasonable beef.
called on for a starting assignment since April 23 before he blanked
garnering 5%, Tony lazzi took Services-First Lts. also had Local sentiment, though, was inclined -
11-0 hits last On the aforementioned '
the Fliers, on two Thursday.
5, Ken Sutton and Pete Vedaery representatives in the tourney. to favor Paavo, who can
date Deeds whitewashed Georgia Teachers College, 9-0, on four
I each counted 21i; and Dave Moody Awards were given to winners do no wrong in Finland.

I safeties. brought in 2. Lou Chaff got and runners-up. Nurmi's baby's feet were too
SHORT SHOTS: Shades of old Dizzy Dean. Lo, and behold! a 1 more for the home team and eqsDon't small and Nurmi wanted to

pitcher is leading the City Baseball League hitters with a .387 Jerry Morrison was unable to stretch them so the baby could
Be Haaalf Safe
average. The lad with the potent punch is Jax Navy's John Mc- score. grow up to be a runner.

Caffrey. The prolific Mac, who spends his off-pitching assignments Four of the station's linksmen I

patroling the centerfield garden, owns a 5-1 circuit record, throws Dave Moody, Jerry Morrison, Think You Know Baseball? '
:from the right side and hits 'em from the left. Mel Hirsch and Ken Sutton have

"I aged 10 years that time," said Artie DiCesare when he returned journeyed to Parris Island to When Is a Pitcher Not Pitcher? r
a
from the mound in the fourth inning of the PI series opener compete in the 6th Naval District "

after loading the bases with two outs and then fanning the Islanders Tournament.The By Harry Simmons

number two hitter, Neil Chrisley. four top men in this clash The difference between right J

will travel to San Diego to represent and wrong in baseball Is sometimes 1 P 4
DiCesare must have reached the ripe old age of 60 after the
sixth as three hits, three errors, a wild pitch and a passed ball gave the 6th Naval District in a fine, hairline distinc-
the visitors five big runs. the All-Navy finals. tion. Take this hypothetical
I situation in a major-league set
Coach Frank McCaffrey was very hopeful after Pi's leadoff Want to know who will win ting:

man, Tom Venditelli, had skied deep to left to open the game. the Olympics this summer? The Say Cincinnati baa New
''Only 26 more like that," Mac prayed. answer is nobody. ", ....
York, 1-0, as the Giants come
What promises to be THE service diamond series of the sea- J, Sigfred Edstrom, presidentof to bat in the fifth at Crosley

eon opens) this afternoon in the Parris Island orchard when the the International Olympic Field. Lockman lashes a single

Golden Arrows of Fort Jackson (46-7)) tangle with the Islanders Committee, says that winning the to left, advances to secondon f

(41-6)). In four previous meetings nothing was decided as they Olympic games "is something Chuck Diering's sacrifice ANSWER
drew at two apiece. Along with tomorrow's series an additional four dreamed up by the sports writ- and moves to third when Don
games have been added, at Columbia, S. C., July 22-23, and at PI ers." He said "the newspaper Mueller taps 'one to the Reds' The batter is out for Inter

July 2728. We'd buy. a ticket to see the two clubs in any one boys have a point system and declare second' baseman. Wes Wee- terence.

series. which is more than can be said of many service aggregations winning teams by nations. trum is purposely passed Under the circumstances, the

But by strict Olympic rules, we Manager Durocher: now orders .. man on the mound is not A .
give laurels only to individuals." pitcher, but an infielder. (See "'
steal home. As Reds'pitcher
Andy Planey, editor of the Jax Air News and an ardent sports I a the Section S.Ole: "If[ the pitcher
fan of) many years, leaves tomorrow for 20 days of Ohio sunshine goes into his stretch, removes his w
pivot foot from
(Ohio is the soil Andy dubbed the mecca of sports, on which count Lockman breaks for the plate. contact with the

this Okie will argue all night) and will be ably relieved for that HOOSZ The pitcher promptly backs by stepping 1 backward pitcher's plate with ,;
time by Doug Huggard of ComFairJax PIO. completely off the rubber, so
that foot, he
thereby becomes
as to avoid any question of a
Links Here One Of Best balk, and throws the ball home. an infielder. .")

Station golfers who bypass Jack Harvey's plant are making a It is apparent that Lockman Had there been fewer than

big mistake. The local course is one of the best in the area and is will be out, but the batter, sizing two out, Lockman, not the bat-

kept that way year 'round. Genial Jack takes pride in the layout up the situation fast, slashes ter, would have been declared
end is on hand at all times to supervise the work, both in the club at the ball and drives a sin- out for the latter's interference ..

house' and on the greensward. 1 1t1 gle into right field. under Section 7.08g: "Any base

According to the Parris Island Boot, the United States Marines Immediately the Reds claim runner Is out when he attemptsthe

scored the most stunning upset of the Korean War recently when batter interfered with the to score on a play in which the

they met and defeated their British cousins at cricket on the play- play at the plate, while the Giants batter Interferes with the play
ing fields of Inchon. argue that she had every at home base with less than
right to hit at the pitcher's de- two out. ,"
"England won't live this down for 100 years,** sighed a British
livery. ----
lance corporal from a hard-fighting Gloucestershire regiment after y (
If were the permUiilon
you umpire, how otRcetnSaturday
;;r his team had fallen by 39 runs to the Americans in a two hour Evening Post ..1
"It says if my grades don'tpick would you rule? (' ( ": the Curtis Put- V
and 43 minute match. up I'll be drafted!" its hlnl( Company. ;

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17 July 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Eleven



Varsity Softball Errors Costly As Fliers


Nine Moves Into

o0 Three Diamond Tilts
y
City Loop Tie Drop


Nestled in the midst of a four- If Father Time could erase the dates of July 9-11 from the

way tie for first place in the books the Jax Navy Fliers would he extremely appreciative. In
., those three short the locals lost but their
Men's City Softball League the days everything dugout as

revitalized Jax Navy varsity nine< they were toppled from the first rung of City League baseball

will take on Cecil Field Friday competition and spanked twice by the all-powerful Parris Island

night at Lackawanna Park in a Marines.

game that will knock at least one However the situation was
and Monday the locals return to
pennant contender out of the eased somewhat Sunday as the

running for the time being. Fliers extended their jinx over Woodstock to oppose McDuff

. Relaford's, Happy's Sports the Raiford Prison Tigers witha Hardware.

Center, Jax Navy and Cecil all 2 M 6-2 win, their third in as many Parris Island rapped the Fliers

own two league wins. The Fliers' R+2 2'K outings. twice, 11-0, and 9-3, with Artie

most recent was an 11.4 drubbing ; Tonight at Woodstock the DiCesare ((2-1)) and Jim Richey
' .... of McDuff Hardware. Al Gon- # qw # t i. Fliers will engage Sid Mack in (1-2)) being charged with the

yea received credit for the win an abbreviated twin bill as they'll losses, while Hardage & Sons

while Matt Fedak and Brad complete a protested game of halted the locals drive toward

Tredinnick both collected three June 22 in which they led 7-2 their second straight city circuit

safeties in a 13-hit attack. I !ki74 after five innings before playinga pennant with a 3-2 setback,

The locals jumped to a 3-0 lead regularly scheduled league tilt.. Gene Clifford (6-5) the victim.

added .__. ......... _.. ... n.w.... .. ............__.................._ PI Wins Pair, 11-0, 9-3
in the first inning and Phil Righter received credit

three more in the second before OUCH-Hermonje Galvoa (left) lands a vicious right to the Saturday the Fliers move to for the victory over Raiford, his

McDuff counted a similar num- Jaw of Paul Jordan as he punched his way to a unanimous de- Macclenny for a single game second of the season against six
cision in a lightweight mix during: the recent NATTCenter Inter- with the Blue Sox while Sunday
ber in their half. A two run defeats. Tom Neely homered in
company smoker. The smoker was the first of a series to be stagedby
third for Navy coupled with singe Students at ANP) School. Post Nine invades Mason Field the ninth with the sacks emptyto

markers in the fourth, fifth feature the 12-hit Navy bar-

, 1. and seventh ran the count to Officers' Wives rage.

11-4 as McDuff scored once In Tigers Miss Opportunities

the fourth. Golf Group Stocky shortstopper Don Hafe-

Tonight the Fliers tangle witha OfficialsAt man drove in four of the locals]

highly rated North Carolina Picks jorts six runs while Bob Stefanich

aggregation in an exhibition the bi-annual election) of the collected three singles in five

game at Lackawanna, while a Officers' Wives Golf Group last trips to pace the wood depart-

score of last night's league en- Friday, Betty Jane Woodward was ment. Careless base-running by

gagement with Lake Shore Baptist named chairman for the next the homestanding Tigers cost

- was not available at press term. Sally Mann took over as them numerous scoring opportu-

time. tournament chairman, Bette Gray nities and they never threatened

will serve as treasurer, while sec- after the fourth.

.,. .. Skeetmen SeekNational retary of the group will be Betty llospi1 Seeks Third In losing 3-2' to Hardage & ''

Parks. Sons the Fliers dropped to sec-
Honors At DallasJax Other officials elected were: ond place behind the vastly im-

Navy's standout skeet Kitty Hughes and Hazel Marconias Striiighi Diomond Title proved city nine, but it took a

team will leave for Dallas, the tournament committee, social questionable call in the ninth to

Texas, this week end to compete chairmen Alice Driskell and change the tide of battle.

in the National Skeet Katherine Early, and Elsie Lusk Pointing to its third consecutive National .ea ue NAS intra- Chrisley, Donovan Add Power

Tournament. The local gun- and Ann Rentz will serve on the mural Softball title, Hospital gained a pair of wins in opening week
Neil Chrisley doubled with
men were ruuners-up" year handicap committee.For play of the final round, while in the American circuit Fasron 109
two down in
the PI first and
and have already blazed a trail lowering her handicap the made an early bid for leadership with two victories.
,. -.. scampered across on Paul Donovan's -
of victories this season in most during a three-month period The corpsmen spanked Photo
single to 11-0
reported the day following playso ; open en
shooting for national recogni- Katherine Early was awarded the Lab, 10-0, and then returned that complete records can to whitewashing the Islanders administered -

tion. recently established Elsie Lusk Thursday for a 6-1 verdict over a maintained. to the Fliers.

Handicap Award.In much improved FAW-ll nine.
109 VP-3 8-6,, The same combination reversed
toppled ,
On the campus of Rutgers Uni- addition to the election of Previously the Fleetairmen had Fasron
hitting chores in the third while
versity where the game got its officers the group discussed upset Commissary Store, 5-3. in the American division, while Babe Daskalakis doubled to send

start 82 years ago, the greats of plans for the monthly two-ball I Other National loop games saw VP-861 was handed a 7-0 forfeit number three to the plate.

college football are finally receiv- foursome which will be held on Supply edge Infirmary, 13-12, in I from VJ-62. It was the second< Ahrend's single to open the
the recognition they 20. Officials affair and O&G I
tangible
ing Sunday, July urge a nip-and-tuck
game of the week that the photo home half of the second was
deserve. Much in the same manner all members who wish to competein thump O&R, 12-7.
had not shown for, which wasted as Schuckers hit into a
squadron
as the baseball heroes are the event to sign at the golf '
.. up O&Q Wins a Pair fast twin killing with one down.
enshrined at Cooperstown, 53 shack soon. leaves the league with at least one<
O&G made it two wins for the An error, hit batsman and a
pre-eminent names have been se- I sister to disrupt third-round ac-
lected for the National Football When Kid Gavilan was in week when they outlasted Supply, base on balls set the stage for

Brunswick training for fight recently his 10-9. Remaining scores for the tivity. Deed's single to plate one marker -
Hall of Fame at the New a ,
',. first week of play were not re 861 Enters Playoffs in the eighth. Carl Bellotti
r N. J., school. fare at a.hotel in the Catskillswas
Though football is only a gen rich with exotic foods. "I ported. It was urged by Special In a make-up game in the Am- ended the Islanders scoring in
f Services that all final results beHURLS erican League VP-861 defeated the ninth with a double that
eration }ounger than baseball, no eat knishes, knadles, dartufels, _
one ever got around to creating a and borschteverything; he.. ...... VJ-2, 13-3, to throw the second .sent Spirko and Donovan across

j Hall of Fame for the sport until boasted "I like American cooking. round championship into a three- pay dirt.

after World War 1[. ." way tie. Previously the Hurri- Fliers Hold Early Lead
Hunters defeated Fasron
cane Deeds was masterful with his
Students Set Early 109, 3-2, to knock the lODers out control as he fanned four and
ANP
( ) of a clear-cut title. VP-861, Fas-
\ J walked] none. Ahrend was nickedon
ron 109 and HAW-1 will meet this
the sleeve to give Navy a
... ,'" Pace In Center Circuit month to determine the champion., runner in the fifth, but Deeds

Monday VP-3 came from behindan allowed three balls to
to an early lead in only get -.
Y the Jumping NATTC intramural Softball ed AK School, 12-2, and the Marines 8-7 deficit with four runs In out of the infield and was never
humbled Personnel, 70. { .A their half of the sixth to defeat in trouble.In .
league, ANP( ) Students tacked Fasron Six, 118. The Patrolmen
three victories to their second second game action the
AE School rebounded by shock- fought an uphill battle from the
Fliers jumped to a 3-2
round tally sheet last week to margin
ing A/C Maintenance with a 20-2 opening stanza when the Fason-
pick up where they left off in the after two cantos before the visitors -
trouncing Wednesday and AO rites scored four runs, but found
first half. capitalized on two hits and
Ships' Company pummeled AK the needed punch in the clutch
Special Services-First Lieutenants four errors for a lead they never
School, 64.Failing which brought victory.
arch rivals of the ANPers )- relinquished.Tom .
... ,
.' to record their scores, Standings. (Incomplete)
collected two wins as did an ANP) School took one from AO AMrUICAN LEAGUE Ulyon and Tripi backed
improved AO Ship's Company and ANP Students Team W. T.. two out singles in the sixth but
Students ) Pas ron 109 .................. 2 0
nine to remain in contention. stopped the Medics. VP-861 .......................1 0 did no damage and the Fliers
VP-2 ... .................. 1 0 were retired in order through
; The week's windup featured VP-3 ................I.. 1 1
Jerry Allison of ANP( ) School Personnel 7-0 Fasron Six ". .............. 1 1 the last three frames. The Islanders -
nO.-hitter Supply slugging ; HAW-1 ..................... 0 1VP 101
hurled a in opening playof the Marines -% ...... 0 1VJ62 scored single runs in
S.S.-lst Lt. dropping
the second round for a 12-0 11-1, and ANP) Students smashing :::::::::?....:::::::. 0 2 the sixth and eighth and added ,'

win over AE School. He walkedone the Medics for their third NATIONAL EAGtK two in the ninth to make the .\

man and struck out 7 others. straight defeat, 115. Hospital Team ....................'v.2 L.0 final count 9-3. a

There were no errors in the j In the final game of the evening Ki,4 t hh O-Atv-G l".:::::::::::::::::.,.... 2 1 0 1 Line scores:
.,'- game, that marked the second lost to student Supply..l 1 arrU Island 102 005: 012 11 14 1 w
A/C Maintenance Photo Lab .. .......... 0 1 ax Navy 000 000 000 0 23 '
perfect mound duty posted at the Ordnancemen, 3-1. \<>>>>."""' z ?omml sftry Store ...I.......0 1 Deeds and Dingier; DiCesare, Mc
Center this nflrmnry ..,. ....,........... 0 1 Caffrey (7) and Faustvn.'arrlR .
saeson. STANDING"W Pre.AflP NO-HITTER AN o &. R ...................... 0 1 Island 200 301 012 9 11 0 '
Games rained Lost Jax Navy 120 000 000 3 56Chilstenften
Monday were
I
( ) Students :4 0 1.000 (P) School twirler Jerry Allison Johnson (3) and S ltkO. .
out. Second round action opened AD Ship Company 2 2 0 0 1.000 1.000 hurled the second no-hit, Have you a better way of doingit Dingier (M)1; Richey and Stefanlch '
when AO Com- 5.8. & 1't Lt. 0 1.0001 of the season in ? Submit it beneficial Jax Navy too 130 101 6 12 5' :
Tuesday Ships Af\lP( ) Ship Company 2 no-run jam as a sug fctlfoid Prison 001 100 000 2 94
pany, following the ANP) AE $ hoot 2 1 ..MPIManlt'nllnce NATTCenter Softball loop play gestion. Righter and Slenaflch; Malt and .,
A1/t/ I a :550 with a 1Z-0 whitewash of AE Johns. ;
trounced the Medics 5-2 Air- 2 T ,
; ." I Jax Navy POO) 010 100 3taidaee "
2 :.4.1AO : School. Studentsnow
Marines 1. The ANP) ;
''I
A Son (Kfl I 000 201 3 8 4IHf.lla.
craft Maintenance rolled over Students (1} 2:''I .3.1)00:t1A0 rest in top spot.with. three Don't Be Haaaif. Safe! Cltffoid <8) and StclunWhjIcCullough

Supply, 1-0; SS.-1st Lt. swamp- Scboo! 0 2 ..0001 straight victories. and McCulloujh. s !:,


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Twelve* JAX, AIR NEWS. 17 July 1952

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Vote 'The Era Of Muscle Men #
Employees "
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Group IVa Board, Czerl B. Want that Body eauiiful--There's a Way
Coibm: Overhaul and Repair; Arthur i (Items, offering for sale artl-. I":
dies of such 'as washing
property : ;'
L. Overhaul and
Hargnett, Are ashamed of
I I you your ,physique machines, automobiles, furniture, ;,
Repair, and Louis LaGrande, Overhaul ? Are too too
you fat or !
are'o
radios, clothing! and the like'
,
and RepaIr. I I .
skinny We are not about to pre- prohibited by Defense Department
+ Group II and III, Overhaul and scribe any secret medicine for % .
z.
regulations. This column will, ,,r
Repair: Samuel C. Holcombe, Milton your woes, but there is one way
however, list such services as ,
H. Lazarus, William E. Marsh, you can build muscles. '
available housing, rides wanted,
Peter P. Meclewskl, Clarence J. ,
Amble down to the NAS Main- and lost and found articles, or'other -
Olsen, William B. Smith, Jr., side Recreation Building where similar: notices) .. "
Theron D. Whidden, Jr, Carson J. you'll find a special: assortment of
Wilcox and Kingston G. Wolf exercises designed to wilt extra FOR RENT ; ?

Group II and III, Other: Leroy flesh for the plump and put muscles \; :: Furn. 5 rm. house 4808 Sappho' j
W. Amy, Public Works; Ezra on the thin. It's called Ave. William F. Hester, Ph. 2. ..

Cotton, Supply and Fiscal; Edward weight-lifting. 6736 on week-ends only.
W. Crews, Public Forks; Furn. 5 rm. house. 125 S. Lane
All :you need to participate in .
Richmond H. Fussell Jr., Public this fast growing sport is a pairof Ave. Mrs. McKenzie, Ph. 8-362. ,,

Works; Charles D. Green, Public shorts, a towel and a lot of Furn.: 3 rm apt. 418 Liberty St. \

Works; Robert M. Harvey Sup- ambition. The latter is absolutely Mrs. 'Stradtman, Ph. 4-5076 ;.
ply and Fiscal; LonnIe E. Hayes necessary. Furn. 3 rm cottage. G E. Schultz, "

Public Works; Joseph M, Hulbert, Ph. 2-5410.; ,.

Public Works; and Max Rosen- To see what weight-lifting can bier IiXitt Furn.: 2 apts., 128 E. 6th St. Mrs. ,:
Public Works. Snow. 1 I'
berg do for you, .you can glance; f
Furn. 2 rm. apt, 2148 Roselle. ;f I
All Employees EligibleAll around the Mainside gym and
i employees by virtue of employment cast your eyes on some neat phy- Mrs. Pete Encry, Ph. 7-5461. w.:...

at NAS Jax are mem- sical specimens. Some of the i; Furn. 2 bdrm. cottage, 4505 Birkenhead ,-
Rd. Lake Shore. Mrs. ;
bers of the Employees Associa- youngsters were quite puny less ,

tion, and are entitled to cast their than six months ago. Today they --__ ,_ w,_.. .._, ____ ", _, ,, ,,, .,, Driver, Ph. 8-5195. .. .
I Furn. 2 bdrm. house, $75 mo., ,, ...
ballots for Board of Director carry the body of a Charles Atlas. "SAILOR, TAKE A STRAIN" That old adage of "Sailor, per ,
embers. All through their determination take a strain," might well be applied to Bill Smith exerting; Murray Hill. Mrs :Mueller, Ph. I} i/
Membership on the nine-man to stick with it in their his all at the NAS weight-lining; rooms at Mainiide gym. This 29779. \
may be the hard way, but Its one way of (getting that "body Furn. apt.,, 2312 College St, Mrs. l i ,;4
board rotates each with five weight-lifting and special exer ...
year beautiful.. The weight section is open until 2100 each evening.more L .
Clark 76249. "
Ph.
new members to be elected to- cises. :..
morrow to fill expired i terms. Several complete sets of pleasant when others are I j ent set of muscles, is tried. Furn. apt., 2636 Myra St. Mrs.

These include two from Overhaul weights are on -hand for use. straining with you. Buddies can W. H, Cowart, Ph. 7-8516. \

I f 'and Repair, and one each from Also included in the array of also help in handing you weights i This process of strain, rest, Furn. bdrm, 2930 Lakeshore Blvd. *' 'Y'-

Public Works, Supply and Fiscal, bruiser-building gear are dumb- when you are trying to lift from !then strain again pays big divi Mrs. Fordhon, Ph 5-89S8. ;\ ,

\ and Miscellaneous Group. bells, medicine balls, sit-up awkward positions.The dends. You don't have to be a Furn. ,.sleeping rm., 2503-Dellwood ,. :,:> I

; : Candidates nominated are: boards, work-out benches and usual procedure is to start 97-pound weakling and you don'thave Ave. Mrs. W G. Bowden, Ph. ".". ."."

Overhaul and Repair members: other hand devices designed to with a series of exercises using to pay some commercial 75626.

II\ Robert L. Brown, Ruben C. Copeland aid in attaining that "body beau- light weights, stopping when the magazine advertiser for your lessons Furn. rm., 2031 Herschel St. Mrs.

I '.' Harry E. Jarrard, Charles A. tiful." A scale is provdied to rec- strain gets to be too much. After' It's all free, compliments of II. S. Griffin Ph. 7-6503. ,

I Langdon, Milton H. Lazarus, William ord and show progress of your the rest, a 'new exercise, designed Special Services. Furn. 2 rms. and a 3'rm. apt., 2601 'r 'J:,:.
i and shower is I to stretch and strain a differ- Park Ave. S. R. Houston, Ph.. .:. ,
Rob-
; M Pittman, Thomas P. efforts a room It t is emphasized that newcomers -

erts, N orris I W. Runkles, and nearby. -- -- ,, and old-timers too., exercise 82770. i:)
Kingston G. Wolf Public Works extreme care in lifting weights. It Furn. 2bdrm. house, $100 per mo., ,, ,

MemberThomas: F. Andreu, Lawrence Most of the lifting in the gymis is very easy to injure yourself.But 5278 Adams Rd., Murray Hill. "
.
I R. Boyer, Thomas :M Cowan done by groups.. of personnelwho if you follow all the rules, :Mrs. O'Berry, Ph 2-3634.

J an, Lonnie E. Hayes, and George have gotten together to map take your time, try not to exceed Will share furn. home with cou- <"

I t A. MacKenzie out their program. Grunters and your capabilities at the start-it ple, 4315: Hercules Mrs. Dashti -

Supply and Fiscal 1 I Member: groaners usually work out every will benefit, you. Ph. 29843. ".. '_

h Frank Courtney, Kenneth M. Me- other day for approximately two Beginners, if they desire to pick Will share turn. home with couple
2965 Bellwood. Mrs. F. W.
Duffle, and Frank C. Woods. Mis- hours. up the sport, are advised to con ,
Ii I The idea of working in a crowd, Hunt, Ph. 2-7848.
cellaneous Group Member: Ernest I r sult with personnel who have
C. Fudge, Industrial Relations; so say the lifters, is that in a been weight-lifting for a long FOR SALE 7

Jesse G. Griffis, Security; WIl- crowd the output of energy seems time. Their advice is worth seeking Furn. or unfurn. 2-bdrm. garage

:,t liam H. Harden, Security; CurtisL. ert L. Wagner, and James B. i:4 V1Q apt., $500:; down, $55 per mo,

McCormick, Security; Wendell Wright, Jr. Committee No. 6- : The next time you see "thatguy" 3163 Old St. Augustine Road.G. .

fl Edicon ; Bryan H. Cornwall, Mario N. Di- with "that wonderful phy- M. Connor, Ph. 2-0259.

Loreto, Harold R. Esposito, Walter sique," remember too, that: more Six-rm. house, $7,000. T. II Lew-

tions. L. Radford, John S. Robinsonand than likely he did not acquire it ellen, AF3, NAS Photo Lab, Ph.

To Choose Shop| Committees Aaron C. Thompson. by accident. He has done it the Ext. 288, or 9-1860. '

Forty-two members are to be Many to Choose From I hard way, but he enjoyed the Six-rm. house, 4638 College St., '

rlected to the Station's fourteen Committee No. 7 Roland E. ., whole process.September. $1,500 down. Mrs. A. J. Tidd
s
Shop Committees. To be eligible Couey, Charles W. Ezersky & Ph. 8-4760.

1..) ballot for these Committees, an George H. McKInney, Jr., Elmor? Draft 30,000; 29ft. Anderson House Trailer

employee must be serving In a position L. Meetze, James E. Moon, JamesA. 54,000 Due In October Azalea Trailer Pk., Lot 112

not restricted to appoint- Sorrell and Theron D. Whid- fib'. Chief Williams. "
\\ ashlngtonrrS( ) The Ar-
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ment of one year or less and must den, Jr.Public. 1949, 25-ft. House Trailer, lion
my' has announced a 30,000 draft
not be a supervisor. For the pur- Works Committees: Kettle Trailer Pk., off Collins 1:
call for September along with an
pose of Shop Committees, supervisors Group IVb Committee-Vernon H. LOOKS EASY-Here's a real Rd. C. M. Goodwin, AMI, Faa-
, I increased quota of :54,000 men a
,. are defined as employees Barefield, John A. Eckels, Ethel pro at this art of weight-lifting; ron 109.
Gene AE1 of NAT'rCenter month beginning In' October.
Gregory, -
: in of Lee K. and
toning; positions Leading- M. Huffman, Quinn MISCELLANEOUSFound
lifts 175 pounds with no The Increased draft calls are
man and above or positions comparable William M. Robinson. Maintenance effort. Gregory won a recent necessary to replace men Inductedin Navy Service Pin In OiR .
thereto, and GS-9 and CommIttee-Chubb A. GeIger weight-lifting contest here.Don't parking lot. Contact H. A.
late 1950 and early 1931 who
above. Lonnie E. Hayes, George A. are scheduled to be discharged Sauer, Ph. Ext. 372. r
Persons nominated to the various .MacKenzie and Max Rosenburg Be. Wanted 2 riders to Omaha, Nebr
soon. The September quota will
.
.. Shop Committees are: Utilities Committee-Everett S. Lv. Aug. 1. Ph. 7-7549 btwrt.
bring the number of men drafted
Overhaul and Repair members: Delaney, Johnie Leavins, Daniel E. 1700 & 1800. C. H. King. .
since the outbreak of the Korean
Haaalf !
Safe
Committee No. Margaret J Macon, Claude R. McKelvy, Nathaniel conflict to more than 1,000,000. Wanted Car Pool. 1 or more dri
Callahan, Mary E. Dunbar, Lakie R. Taylor, and William\ O. vers. Vicinity Oak & King Sts.
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S. Mowell, Ruth C Munden, Leon- Thomas. to O&R. Hrs. 0700-1530 II. '. t.
tine T. Symasek and Warren C. Transportation Committee-Os- Clark, Ph. Ext. 731.

Williams. borne W. AspInwall, James E. r Ride wanted from 7861 Stephenson

Committee No.2 Willie E. Fletcher, Richmond H. Fussell, Jr., Dr., Lake Forest to NAS.

;' Dobbs, David E. Kemp, Arthur F. Louis M. Gill, Clyde G. Hepline, Hrs. 06 0-1500. Mr. Trimble, 7

Mainwood, Jr., Richard L. Moil- Clarence E., Malloy, Stephen L. : Bldg. C17, NATTC Navy Exchange -

7 now, Harold E. Norton, Edwin S. Thompson, Jr., Arthur W. Wilds, Ph. Ext. 8364.
I Robinson, Hiram H. Van Houten, I and William' O. Williamson.\ rwt. Riders wanted from San :Marco, .

James H. Vaught. Frederick D. Supply and Fiscal Committees: Times Square, St. Nicholas ,3

Vile, Harry H. Wade, and Edward Group IVb-William G. Fudge, \ k t8{ Southside. Hrs. 07301600. W.
G. Wolff. George J. Gahagan and John B. ) II. Andree, Ph. Ext. 8471.

Committee No. 3 Melvin D. Hofmann. Group II and III- s Ride wanted from 6676 Ramon '

Bowman,: Robert E. Eoyer, Clifford George Anderson, Thomas Clark, Blvd. to NAS. Hrs. 0730-1400.. (

F Havener, Bennett F. Jackson Jr., Franlc Courtney, Robert M. f: ': W. W Williams, Ph. Ext. 328. i

William J. Murphy, ThomasP. Harvey George Marcus, John E. ; Baby Sitter. Evenings pref. Mrs.

Roberts, William C. Snead, Ed- Parson and Paul Thets. J, C. Haynes, 2316 Bayview, i ,

gar H. Watson and James H. Miscellaneous Group -William Lakeshore, Ph. 8-3183. \ j

Wood. Committee NO4. An- H, ,Harden, Security; Curtis L. Baby Sitter. 35c per hr. Jeanlca ) .

drew L. Beatty, William S. Fer- McCormick, Security; Mary H. _..__. __"_""' _"' IO.,. _, ,_', _... .,...._,_. ...'.,..-- ,,,,", .8 Vaughn. 1212-A Hancock St., ;
rell, Floyd C. Koons, Willie W. Selby, Industrial Relations; Wil RELAXATION1-Taking part of their lunch hour to feed the NAS. Contact before 1900.

Moran, Julian F, Palmer, and Ernest fred P. Shaw, Administration;; fi.shet'are Clarence Moeller, BMC (left) and Bob Ferris, SN, whoIs Baby Sitter. Pat Luckey, lliO-A(
C. Welch.Committee Francis R. Theep, Operations; and entttec l ball for Moeller. Quite a few men spend their leisure Allegheny Rd., NAS. '
time trylac their lares off the NAS small boat dock located be-
No. 5 James W.Nolting' J. Wilds Industrial Rela- Sitter. 2031
Cecile
Sidney Baby Bowen,
hind the water plant. It is a quiet pleasant way to spend. an hour
Adolph A. Novak, Rob- tions. even if 74 don t catch anything, .. Herschel st.. Ph. 83256. ;, 'I '

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