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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 31, 1952
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Anniversary Greetings' L. ,

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Captain Joy Bright Hancock, USNW) '
"The Waves of the Navy take pride in the completion of their
tenth year of service, and in the part they have played in the '
Navy ashore. An anniversary date affords an excellent opportunityfor
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looking back and looking ahead. R'
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"During the. past decade, we have watched the 'Navy change e ;. \ .,,..
certain of its long-established customs, the most notable of which '
was to accept us into full partnership in the regular service. We
can look ahead to an ever widening horizon with opportunities to Y
develop skills in a greater variety of Navy jobs and to gain broader # < ,

experiences in different types of military billets. .. .. x { .
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'The Navy is not a static organization, and with the development }
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of new weapons must necessarily come the development of .,
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its The attainment of <; 9
new techniques end training for personnel.
greater technical kowledge in the interest of self-improvement
7 and better service to the Navy should' be our individual and con-
stant aim.
I am confident that every Wave, in whatever, part of the world WAVES AT WORK-Bets Naylor, RMS (center) checks<<: a message from Charleston giving a
she may serve, and in whatever capacity, will carry on with that pilots estimated time of arrival at NAS Jax. Waves are on 21-hour duty in the "radio shack" in the
same steadiness of purpose, high standard of performance, and de- Operations Building and Bets is responsible for all watches. Working with her are Mildred Moore,
votion to duty which is our Navy heritage." RMSN, (left) and Kelly Klrchener, RMN2.






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

VOL-10 No. 17 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 31 July 1952

I A Decade Of Service

J' Capt. Day To Be


Relieved Of NAS Waves Slate Dinner -


Command PostCapt.

D. Turner Day, con, SS ITo Mark AnniversaryCelebrating

manding officer of the Naval Air
Station since June, 1930: will I be
detached about the middle i of \ their first decade of Naval service, Waves
August to assume command can i j N aboard the Naval Air Station will observe their tenth anni-
overseas naval station. lie I versary with a smorgasbord dinner at the Hoosevelt Hotel

will be relieved by Capt. Bun. I this weekend..
ham C. McCaffree, former I Officially the anniversary date regular Navy the Waves have
per of the USS Carrier Wa SkiP'1 is July SO: but the local Waves< proven themselves proficient and

When Capt. Day arrived i I n will perform the cake cuttin capable. They fill military billets
Jacksonville as Commander. ; ceremony on Sunday afternoon in nearly every type of shore activity
val Air Bases, Sixth Naval Na.l: v k, at 1700, August 3. including Naval aviation

trict, with additional duty as a }. Over 200 AttendingIncluded i and Hospital Corps.
commanding officer of the sta.1 among the celebrant I At present there are 258 Waves
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tion, the Navy was engaged in ,a A f will be approximately 200 enliste aboard the Naval Air Station with
curtailment program as it went I k women, four Wave officers, and about 75 undergoing specialized
onto peacetime status. Employ : invitations have been extended t to training at the Naval Air Technical
ment had decreased; air group Commanding Officers of various Training Center. .?
had been deactivated; and Cecil; WAVES FILL MANY lU.ETS-lIelen Stelimacher, ETSN, is units aboard the Naval installa Fill Many BilletsWaves -_
Field had just been ordered another of the Waves who fill so many important billets in the tion. .
to NAS filling
AT3, in the Electronics attached are
Luther White,
Here she works with
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status. today
placed on inactive Navy Entertainment will be provide
Laboratory where they check a transmitter-receiver unit billets at the Infirmary; as
I used on the station.VJ.62 by the Waves themselves wit link trainer operators, aerology,
Almost immediately all peacetime talent not lacking in the rank. Supply and Overhaul and Repair,
planning was exploded, Dress according to Lavaun Eckels, AG2, just to mention a few.
when fighting broke out in Ko. Holds First member of the entertainment Capt. Joy Bright Hancock, Assistant
(Continued on Page 8, Col. 3)) committee. I Chief of Naval personnelfor

During their derail of service women, who served in the yeo-
Inspection Since FormingFirst in both the Naval Reserve and manettes during World War I, lathe

highest ranking woman line
full dress personnel inspection held by VJ-62 since Jax Credit Union officer in the Navy.
he unit was commissioned this spring as one of the Atlanic The Navy also admits womento
: : Fleet naval air squadrons was conducted last Friday by Members Tally its Reserve Officer Candidate
i ,; omdr. Jefferson Kennedy Jr., VJ-62 commanding: officer. Programs, wherein selected col-

'" ; Only long range photographic! while on temporary additional duty $16,000 In Stocks (Continued on Page 8, Col. 5)r )

,_ reconnaissance squadron in the with the North American Aviation .
Atlantic Fleet at the present time, Company was received by Officials of the Jax Navy BLOOD BlINK
commended Lt. Charles C. Shirley. In addition Federal Credit Union report i a
the unit was verbally
/ I M: by its skipper after the inspection to the letter of commends total of nearly $16,000 worth of BOX SCORE
for its fine showing.The tion from Comdr. Kennedy, L. I shares have already been purchased f-dtf'dn1f'd Sift
l\umbu Quota
Shirley was presented a lette by members.Of .
Impre&fehe'! ceremonies last from the North American Com. this amount about $6,001( FAW 11 ............ 13 161.6%;
... week, complete with the Nava expressing their gratitude is on loan to members, and accruing Operations ...... 12 109.0%
' Air Station Band and witnessedby pany for the aid and fine cooperatioreceived. interest. Another $1,10( NARTU .......... 7 100.0%
) I civilian( guests, were capped worth of loans is in process of: Indus. Rela. .... 2 100.0%
by presentations of awards to investigation and consideration Medical.......... 2 100.0%
three members of the squadron.Lcdr. First Good Conduct Meda by the Credit Committee.A NATTCenter .. 253 9-1.9r1";
Allen R. Gitlin I l was awarded to a VJ-62 member sine new group of applicants for Public Works.... 24 83.3%
4 i i iy awarded a Distinguished Flying the squadron was commissioned In membership were approved by Comm. ............ 4 75.0%
K to William M.
.r' ;. Cross and five gold stars to add to April was given the Board of Directors at the Spl'c. .Serv. _... 4 75.0%
\ ,
ATAN. It Johnson'first ,
Johnson, was
1 ... his first Air Medal in lieu of five last meeting, and additional com ComFalrJu .... 94 69.1%
corresponding Air Medals. These award. mittees were named.J. Res. Fleet ........ 85 63.5%
:'. I decorations were won for actionIn W. Carson, Assistant Indus. Marines ............ 9 60.0%
'. A the Pacific during WWII Weather OutlookMore trial Relations Officer, was selected Hospital ............ 21 .1.6%
while Lcdr. Gitlin was flying on to the Practices and Pro. Fla. Mil. Dist... 5 40.0%
.',I strikes and photographic missionsas of the same weather for cedures Committee. Carson has Cecil Field ...... 16 31.5%
,.;;rev a member of VC-10 and VC-68. the week-end, according to the considerable experience in organizations O&11.............. 115 36.5%
GETS 1\IEDAI.-A Distinguished Although Comdr. Kennedy read NAS Aerology Office: Friday anc of this type, and will Administration 3 33.3%
Flying Cross is pinnedon the citation: accompanying the Saturday, Scattered to broken assist Arthur W. Allen, Supplyand ern. Cv NAS :. 35 23,7%
Lcdr. Allen R. Gitlin's DFC to the squadron, the medal cloudiness; Temperature ranging Fiscal, Chairman; Hugh A. Supply............. 21 11.8%
chest full by dress his wife inspection, during VJ-last was pinned on Lcdr. Gitlin by his from 90 to( 9b: degrees, with light Bruce, Operations; Russel M. Engineers 13 0.0%
Lcdr. Gitlin got the wife, Mrs. Wilma Forge Gitlin. southeasterly winds. Sunday,, Proctor, Jr., Julius deR Quina, AIM ...._ 4 0.0%
tI62's and five gold stars In A letter of commendation for Same with afternoon thunder and John J. Weaver, Overhaul Dental _.. 1 0.0%
j 'bat of in five the Air Pacific.Medals for outstanding duty performance showers.: (Continued on Pare 3, Col. 1)

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.,' .... .' Captain Rice


J11 XftkBiJLjW 6 Selected For


Higher Rank :

Pubjished' every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air
Station, Jacksonville, \ a, / X, Captain Lester K. Rice, Commanding -

Fla.NAS, Jacksonville Officer of NATTC, has

Capt. Douglas T. Day. -- ......_.._..........._...Commanding Officer been selected for advancement to
Comdr. James H. Armstrong ._..._..._....._..-.......Executive OfficerLt. the rank of" ear Admiral, it ha*
Dave Barksdale....__..-....._..__.._...Public Information Officer V'4 been announced.A .

Fleet Air Jacksonville ; veteran' aviator of 25 years :,
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison...._....._...._._._.,......... CommanderCapt. rES Rice has
Howard V. Hopkins.....__......................_......_........Chief of Staff experience, Captain been
I the Commanding Officer of NAT-
Fleet Air Wing Eleven
Capt. Arthur S. Born....__............___..............___...-...._... Commander' : u TC since its reactivation in January -
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton._._...._....._....._. Chief Staff Officer I d 1951.
A graduate of the Naval Acad-
Naval Air Technical Training Center

Capt. Lester K. Rice .... ...._...._..__.......__..._:...Commanding Officer emy Class of 1924, Captain Rice
Comdr. Richard S Stuart.._.........................__......___...Executive Officer won his Navy wings at PensacolaIn ,

Naval Hospital 1927.

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton.........._.............-_..._.....Commanding Officer .
Capt. T. F. Weinert___..._.__.._._....._........._.._..-_Executive Officer On completion of flight training

NARTU CaptaIn' Rice was assigned to duty
Capt. Easton B. Noble .___._._.___.___....___._...._.Commanding Officer I aboard the USS Lexington as a
Comdr. Anthony Trusso_________...Executive Officer
'S pilot in VF-5. He was one of the
:
-p'-' Cl' six pilots in 1927 who participatedin
930 topside). Phone extensions '" "" i.1q.9t.i \ J.M'R'A
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Editorial offices located Building. "'<-' : r"'v \.1. ':, ;t. I "" the Navy's first live load bomb-
f.f P 1.
216. : > :
8184 and t. \.j ing on a towed sled.
Naval Air Station. ;..c'0'':' 'Af
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weekly at the U. << ''''
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The JAX AIR NEWS Is published with I non-appi funds ..,. .,,, 0 .t\ :t' is,," : '. ;t. In June 1941, he was assignedto
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; nonepIenseFtoothe.goe; .nmenteand oFnn compliance with Rev '. '!i ,; : r4' : $* :\ .l "' 'tM
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t charge Air and !! ? 1 &\1'4'f; >>tj the Staff of Patrol Wing Sev-
Nov.Na\al 1945.Air Reserve Copies are Training distributed Unit Naval Auxlllaiy Air Station Cecil Field, ,:-0::",,. ,#'*":".f<:1ll.."';'.<..'( '',*'f'1 .'1$<{"">::0 """ ',;," ", .'.. ",.' '', v1ih"I' ..,. en. With the European War rag-
U. S, Naval Hospital. :tt; ,.,,,, < ,>;.t' .', };.,)>:t'; v' :'>1S.* IWI .
the .' .
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Editor-Douglas J. Huggard : :: : : :,:}: :\ "';;) ;iff'q# ; ", {, : Ing and the North Atlantic Waters -
114" ,," ':' infested with Nazi submarines -
Staff Members: Mary Bixiones, JOStf: Dave Devroy, SN; John Pat Wing 7 operated out of

Charvat, AN; Barbara Kemp, SN; Helen Armed Harper.The Forces. Press Service. :. t.i ;: ,, .ii'5; Argentina, and Newfoundland
of the
NEWS \II a member
AIR
AFPS material JAX appearing l In dIlF publication may Service nut R be uPcpermissionhof. : Relinquishing the helm as skipper of the Fasron 109 unit, furnishing patrol services and
mattertexcept! bvslsericeApublications: Piess Is prohibited wi h Comdr. William E. Chase welcomes aboard Comdr. Grover Gil- convoy off the coast of Iceland

Editor, JAX AIR NEWS. more, the new commanding officer. and Newfoundland.
,

In October 1942, Captain Rice
Comdr. Gilmore Assumes
- Recreation Funds Dwindle became Commanding Officer of

the USS Matagorda, a seaplane

tepder, operating in the Carib-

Bottle LossesNavy Command Of Fasron 109 bean. April of 1943 Captain Rice

Due To Large was transferred to the Bureau of

Naval Personnel for assignmentas
After two as skipperof
years at Monterey, California from,
Aviation Detail Officer In
Exchange is launching a [ the removal of bottle vending ma Fasron 109, Comdr. William whence he reported to the staffof September 1944, he was assignedto
E. Chase relinquished
bottle saving campaign in an ef- I' it could mean Commander Naval Air Transport
chines. In addition, command of the squadron to the Commissioning Detail of

fort to reduce losses amounting to less funds for dividends which Comdr. Grover G. Gilmore at Service.. the USS Gilbert Islands. He com-

1,200 cases per month. cost of command
contribute to the many change ceremo-
You lose two cents every time worthwhile activities on the sta nies held last week. Comdr. For an entirely different changeof
. soft drink bottle Chase will report to NAS clime he couldn't have been \
you throw a tion. sent to a more remote station. He < Y' j

away! This results in a loss of Patron carelessness has been Corpus Fasron Christi 109's new, Texas.head enteredthe assumed duties a? CommandingOfficer .+L UIrCapt. UI-

to $700 to the station of Squadron 9 in
Utility
from $600 named as the reason for high bottle Navy in 1939 after graduating

Welfare and Recreation fund per losses. Since profits from from Louisiana State Univer China.
From the China station\( he re
month. I these machines contributeto sity. He entered flight trainingat
vending
turned to Pensacola as ground
but true, Pensacola and was designateda
Difficult to believe,
bottle losses
exchange costs, training officer on the staff of
28,000 bottles from vending naval aviation cadet. He received
ever Chief of Naval Air Basic
mean that the exchange patron Training
machines were lost last month at his wings and commissionin
; will be affected if high losses con He held that post until his
the Naval Air Station alone! That time to be aboard the USS
reporting aboard at NAS Jax.
figure does not include NATTC tinue. Maryland during the Pearl Harbor .

and the Fleet units where vending Lcdr. Lewis called upon every attack.

machines are amply distributed, Navy Exchange patron to see to a Servicemen Need

according to Lcdr. John M Lewis, it that all empty bottles are returned After his stint aboard the USS

former Navy Exchange officer. to their proper racks. He Maryland he was transferred to License To FishFlorida's

Lcdr, Lewis noted that lost bottles pointed out also that he would Whidbey Island where he assistedin Rice

contributes to a bottle shortage welcome any suggestions or plans the building of the'Navy base. manded this ship during the fierce

which, in time, could mean to help cut bottle losses. During 1941 and '45 he was assigned RiversIt engagements on Okinawa, Saki-
shima, Balikpapn, and Tokyo
duties as operations officer may be an expensive fish on
In 1950 he became Commanding -
April
at Astoria Oregon on the staffof the end of your line, if Jackson- ,
the Chief of Naval Air Bases. ville Fish and Game Commission Officer of the Valley
MJD Forge which found itself in
He returned to Pensacola and was sleuths find you angling in Duval Philip-
r H s:, assigned to Multi-Engine Transitional County's fresh water rivers and pine waters upon the outbreak of
the Korean War. Ordered to the
Training. lakes without a state resident license
Korean Area immediately, she
instruction ,
z Next on the itinerary was
v a. at the Navy Line School The Commission has Issued a launched the first Naval Air
Cry Yi strikes of the war. For his serv-
warning to all Naval personnel
that to fish ices in command of these efforts,
Veteran Officer the fresh waters of
Florida, it is necessary to procure Captain Rice received the Bronze
i
t 7 Star, and shortly after his arrival
a license
$2.00 from the
Assumes DutiesAs Commission offices in the Duval here, the Legion of Merit..
a I .
> County Courthouse. Salt water

Exchange COLcdr. is for free but a strict '

watch is kept on inland streams. 1DIYJNE.SERVICES 4ft.
Lawrence D. Wornom has J
The Commission even maintainsan I
assumed duties of NAS Navy Exchange )/
air patrol, and he who gets
officer, relieving Lcdr
caught gets fined!
K'a John M Lewis who left last week f Protestant '

to attend a two-year post graduate Navy Recruit Repeats 0830- Morning Services, AH
course in retail merchandisingat Saints Chapel.

Harvard University.Lcdr. 100 Percent IQ Score 0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL

t Wornom arrived here from Richmond, Va., (AFPS-A) per- 1045-All Saints Chapel.
Brooklyn, N. Y., where he was feet score on the Navy's general Catholic

Officer-in-Charge of the Naval I classification test occurs about 0800-0900--Mass, St. Edward's
Clothing Factory.Commissioned once in 500 times. Two were almost Chapel.

s s as an Ensign in unknown-until Ralph W. 0900-St. Ed war d Chapel

1941, the newly appointed Navy Biddlecomb tackled the examina (Catechism Class).

Exchange officer spent the majority tion.The 1000--Mass, St. Edward' Chapel.
of World War II afloat 21-year-old student enlist .

with the exception of a duty tour ed recently and posted his second 0645 Mass at Hospital Chapel.

aa Assistant Supply officer at I 100 percent. He took the test first Mormon

NAB, Astoria, Wash. in April, 1951 and was grantedan Thursday 1930 NATTO
Lcdr. Wornom was selected for educational deferment. In June Chaplain' Office.
LOOKS THINGS OVER-Lcdr. John M. Lewis, right, shows promotion to full commander last : he was graduated from Hampden- Christian Science
newly appointed Navy Exchange Officer, L dr. Lawrence D. :1
Wornom, some of the merchandise in the sports department of I November, pending official notification Sydney College here and has Tuesday 1900 at N A T T C 4

the Navy Exchange prior to being relieved. t since joined the Navy Chaplain's Office.r I \ -



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tions of Maintenance welcomed a > 1
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new face Monday morning, that of .
y .L:' 'aT f Bill Robbins who is replacing Her- & j
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bert Nelson. .
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We understand that Frank McKinley ri >t" ,. ',; :/. : ". 4

and James Woodruff are ,:, i:2
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planning a fish-fry wfth last l' :

? .. y y..r week's big catch also hear ,; :,. ,
that Ed Meg nlgal Foreman La-
FUTURE FROGMAN-Not quite good enough yet to be a frog-
bor for when he
HOTSTITF-Gulplnjf burning:; gasoline might seem like a hot goes swimming man but working at it is young Jack Peterson, being; supported in
time for most people, but it is all in a day's work for PFC James can't' catch those fish. his efforts by his mother. Jack, unlike most babies, attacks the
Kuhn, a Marine student at NATTC, ANP( ) School, who recently Meriajn Denmark's mother has water furiously and happily.
set the Fire Department on its ear, when a sentry, viewing Jim's
been ill and we hope she will be
act, turned in a fire alarm."Eating Can't Keep Him Out Of Water
on her toes shortly Kitty

Fire Easy", he says Lewis, NAB-6, is still on sick

leave and we hope she has a Prospective 'Frogman'Like

Fire Eater Fools speedy recovery.
Fiery Cdr, Alan Mersereau, Assistant

Resident Officer in Charge of Con- Fish At 12 Months
struction, and family returned

Fifteen Fire Fighters from their vacation over the week
end while another one of our officers The Frogmen are keeping an eye out for young Jack

Lcdr. James Darnell, As- Peterson, aged 12 months, who already flails the water likea
Fire flickered in the corner window of the barracks. A
.. night sentry across the street turned in the alarm. Sirens sistant Resident Officer in Chargeof veteran.
., screamed and three fire engines soon surrounded the build- Construction, received his orders While the UDT unit has not, has developed a mighty powerful
W. and has been detached.We as yet, sent Jack a summons, they kick.

ing.The firemen expected a blazing grew a mustache while on the welcome the return of Laurie might do well to keep him in *

inferno and .came prepared for show-road, and for the year that Rosenberg, Assistant Chief mind. Although he can barely His mother started Jack on the

battle. Instead, they found Marine he had it, never singed a single Clerk from two weeks' leave with walk he takes to the water like a path to aquatics when he was

student James G. Kuhn, Pfc,, hair. his family in North Carolina. moth to a new set of blues and not even a toddler. She immersed

ANP( ) School NATTC, practicing his head with each bath
his fire-eating act. '-W :: and he loved it. Now, hand in

ay ,: l "{ hand with his mother, Jack leaps .

After the confusion calmed into the water at every possible

down, Jim explained his unusual :4, < chance.
hobbies were held over from his ". '< Although he still has trouble
civilian days with a traveling car- remaining afloat his arms and .

nival. legs move in perfect coordinationand
>; Jim eats fire, swallows swords, when released In the waterhe
'I' and hammers nails into his arms scuttles crab-like along the

" like a human pincushion. All this, y- bottom of the pool. Upon surfacing '

he learned from a carnival when_ I he invariably breaks out in a

he was a boy.Fireeating big grin, even though he quite

he claims, is just I often ships a little water in his

mind over matter, like all the underwater excursions

rest of the side-show know-how. I'
There's no trick to it. For the The big problem Mrs. Petersonhas

first two years of fire-eating, av- to face is not to get Jackie

erage length of learning time, '- used to the water and to help him
Jim burned himself often. e' ,:;.. to lose a fear of the water, but

.sue ,s?'+:. rather to keep him away from it.

Kuhn has seen a lot of the He is not adverse to a plunge

country via the show-road, and .... ,:>,,"::;4. -''' .. without the protective presence of
claims his acts are no hardshipon his mother.
him at all. He uses either IIELMETED II OS EM EN OF TilE FORGOTTEN NINE- Stationed at Lake City NAAS, the The 25-pounder has voiced no
white stove gas or 91 octane avi- nine-man crash crew demonstrate their fire-fighting technique in a simulated performance to give i opinions on his aquatic ability to
them the practice they need in case of the real thing. Fleet Air Jax squadrons use the Lake City
date but life
ation gas, to saturate his torches, guards opine thatin
runways for bounce practice. I
and gets no sensation from it, nor another year or two he will be
any taste in his mouth. "Forgotten Nine" Lives In Jungle flip turning and churning around

Proof that he's a real showman the pools with a professionalstyle.

when it comes to fire-eating, Jim Crash Crew .
Man
Nine .

"Jack's daddy is afraid of the
Jax Credit Union
water," asserted Mrs. Peterson.

and(Continued Repair. from Page 1)) Mans Lake City NAAS. Jack"One just in the grinned.the family. in enough."


The Membership Committee includes -
; Lcdr. Charles L. Garrettson Not all forgotten men are in Jacksonville area ,,for bouncing lair fighter plane saturated with men.
Headed by R. G. Woods
aviation the crew went to Chief ,
gas
Industrial Relations Offi- the French Foreign Legion. Na- practice. who maintains that his men are
cer Florine Gannaway, Indus- Jacksonville has A chance to demonstrate their work. Smoothly they squelchedthe
; val Air Station
among Ithe best fire fighters in
blaze with foam and cuttinga
trial Relations Thomas M. proficiency was given the "For-
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its "Forgotten Nine. this area, the crew consists of:
path to the cockpit of the flam-
Cowan and Walker M. Crevasse, gotten Nine" last week when they
This self named group are Granville E. Early, Jr., AD3} Raymond
ing plane simulated rescue of a
Public Works; Joseph F. O'Con- staged a special fire-fighting show ,
t members of a crash crew which C. Myrlck, AN; Troy I*
nell, Overhaul & Repair; Rod- for the benefit i of Lake City trapped pilot.In
last month assumed duties at Reese, AN; Thomas J. Motcheck,
erick D. Pinney, Operations; townspeople and officials from addition to their' fire truck,
NAAS Lake City in connectionwith AN; Victor S. Paoletti, AN; Paul
Walter Lv Rambo, NATTC; Alfred NAS Jacksonville. loaded with 417 gallons of pre-
.
the use of the long-aban- R. Cuvarr FN; Arthur S. Ungaro,
Szarmanski, Supply & Fiscal Show WireRecordedThe mixed foam, the crew has a water
doned station's runways for field CSSA, and Robert B. Jacobs,
; and Anna Q. Wilson, Naval Fleet demonstration which was truck and an, ambulance which
carrier landing practice by HM3.
Hospital. Air pilots. wire-recorded by the local! radio stands by in a ready status at ..
ANDREW II. PLANEY, editorof station for re-broadcast, was wit- all times.In .
A bustling station with a com- In conclusion of today's broad-
Jax Air News, is chairman of plement of over 1,000 men in nessed by Lt. Col. Paul S. Treitel, reality the crew is not as cast we leave you with the fol-
the Publicity Committee. Mem- NAS Officer isolated their name implies for
945 when it was decommissioned, Jacksonville Security as lowing poem:
bers are Michael Cascone, Indus- and his assistant, Lcdr. Rus- the old Operations building houses
the activity. today, for the most I never kiss; I never neck,
trial Relations; Elwood Hem- part, a wilderness of weeds, high sell G. Spears. The crash crew families of workmen in a nearbysaw I never say hell (tsk, tsk), I
ming, Naval Hospital; Joseph F. and buildings. is a unit of the air stations se- mill and one hangar is used heck
decaying never
grass, say
O'Connell, Overhaul and Repair; curity department.Under by million dollar business which
I'm I'm
A Jungle always good; always
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and Rosalie Potts, Public Works t .
manufactures of all
things, snow-
Surveying this "jungle" upon a flw.It.ringsun, clad nice,
The great big car drew up to arrival the crash crew immediately in fire-retardent, waterrepellentsuits fences 4 I play no poker, I shake no

the curb where the cute little adopted their nickname, "The and equipped with asbestos Lake City residents have wel- dice.I .

working girl' was waiting for the Forgotten Nine". covered helmets, gloves and rub- comed the ':Forgotten Nine," never drink; I never flirt,

bus. The driver stuck his necklout In spite of the heavy underbrush ber boots, the "Forgotten Nine" which Is the first Naval unit sta- I never gossip or spread the

and said, "Hello, I'm driving and corn fields planted I literally sweated through their tioned in that area since 1945. dirt,

." alongside landing strips, the runways simulated drills. The radio station and paper have I have no line, or funny tricks

wonderful," said the girl. are In good condition andre Rescue Pilot 'cooperated in finding living ac- But what the heck I'm only

"Bring me back an orange." utilized by pilots from the Setting ablaze a crashed Cor commodatiqns for the families of tiz.JJIX .
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I Flag Ad Unit VF'14VA-105.VF-103.Fasron6tVP-741 Report VP-5 Gains



; Scouting i Jacksonville Area Squadrons Second BattleEfficiency'E'

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I Flag: Ad Unit rating unit. His next billets were n 'Y ",

The call for volunteers for the at NAS New Orleans and NAS '

current blood donor program that Memphis until he was released to 1

was recently sent out to all hands inactive duty in February of 1946. ,

has been greatly responded to. April 1951: found him once againon uJ For the second consecutive year

Once again we are meeting our active duty. He received re- : Patrol Squadron Five was awarded

scheduled quota, thanks, and keepup fresher training at Memphis and the coveted Atlantic Fleet Battle -

the good work! shortly after was ordered to VF- Efficiency "E" Pennant at im-

Now touring the countryside in 114. ceremonies here
pressive yester-
.
his late model "37" Chevrolet with ; Tf day morning.

four doors, radio, and heater is VA-105 ; Before a formation of units of

Fred "dual pipes" Luebbert, VA-105: seems to have an affinity Fleet Air Wing Eleven and their ,
for personalities in its
several
BMSN. According to guests, Capt. Wallace B. :Mech-
residents of Jax Beach, Fred's midst. Charlie Fitts, SA, winnerof
ling, Chief of Staff for Rear Ad-
the ComAirLant Golf tourneytwo '
37" like the
new sounds Navy's
miral G. B. II. Hall, Commander
newest off. weeks ago with a 35-34: for a
jet taking Fleet Air Wings Atlantic, present. ,
final 18 hole 69 and a 72 hole 294, '
A hearty congratulations to ed the plaque denoting! the Battle ;
is now heading for more stiff i
Holcomb C. Sands, YNC, who recently Efficiency A w a r,d to Comdr.
competition. Fitts is also the J
removed the "T" from his James C. Houghton
Commanding
i Alabama State Amateur Golf titleholder j
rate when he was selected for Officer of VP5.
i and has to defend his crown
"USN" according to the latest r .'
shortly. aNEW j
sue of Navy Times and is-I Alieady flying the "E"
pennant }
Bulletin. The squadron is still batting a
Dept. '
for last VP-5
year, experienced
1,000 on their re-enlistments. The
Scheduled to arrive aboard August its
"repeat performance"
last duo to climb on the band- Mare.
; 6 is Lt. (jg) E. A. Hawks; sult of competition against ten
were Walt Joyce, AMC andB.
our new Air Intelligence Officer wagon POST-Lt. George Caldwell, (left) who arrived here recently other patrol squadrons in FAir
who will replace Lt. Richard P. Lunch, AD2. to assume duties of Flag Lt. and Aide to Rear Admiral
Lant The Battle
his Annie Oakley could have casta Osborne 11. Hardison, ComFairJax, is briefed by Admiral Hardison, Wings Efficiency -
McHugh, currently undergoing (right) on a current project. Award is presented annuallyto
jealous eye toward Lt. (jg) I
new assignment at Director Naval
the aircraft squadron and ship
John Brick who can't seem to er; from Greenville, S. C. comes
Schools, Naval Receiving Station J ComFairJax Gets I "best by test" of its type in com-
Washington, D. C. miss the "bull" when it comes to Lt. (Jg) Ray McDannold, and I '
petition within the Atlantic Fleet.
bombing. Lt. (jg) Brick is polish- from Nashville, Tenn., Ensign ,
The Flag Admin. Unit will I The choice of VP-5
the hon
,hortly'suffer a depletion instrength ing up for the competition which John Hazelton. New Flag Lieut. ored squadron was based as
will in the future. upon
come up near Congratulations to Lt Tom '
as a result of several Lt George A Caldwell, Jr., has competitive Inspections and analysis -
Five welcome additions came to r Lindsey who recently gained the
ef the unit's members headed fox'New
duties of Lieu- of fleet exercise
assumed the Flag participation
: York. swell the squadron's ranks this top spot in the squadron for glide
tenant and Aide to Rear Admiral and comparative monthly per-
month. The latest to tread upon bombing.Now
Leaving the life of "city sUckf'l'S" Osborne B. Hardison, CommanderFleet formance by the command during
the welcome mat were Hal Thomas sharing the work load
to become farmers (country Air, Jacksonville. He relieved fiscal year 1952. v
ADl; Clyde Beals, AD2; Ted among the enlisted men and ad-
hicks) are Tom and Marian Glen- Lcdr. Frank W. Hollowell. .
Cate, AF3; Jim Whiddon, AD3 ding to the squadron's comple-
non, JO2 and civilian respectively. Relinquishing his duties here, The award carried with it a
and Rufus Munding, AMAN. ment are three new mechs and an
Marian, a former staff memo Lcdr. Hollowell departed for a
ordnanceman. The foursome includes pennant, an engraved plaque, air
ber of the Jax Air News, was discharged course of instruction at Stanford craft "E" decals, and the pride
VF-103
John E. ADC
Fitzgerald,
this week. Congratulations ; Palo Alto He
Calif.
University, ,
of each member
of the
'
A fine squadron party was held Joe A. McKeller: AD3; Jackfe F. squadron
reported here in May 1C51: from
by VF-103 recently but for awhile Evans, ADAA, and Howard C. at having gained this outstanding -

the next morning the desirabilityof Rhinehart, AOAN.Congratulations Commander. Naval Forces, Mari- achievement for the second

VF-14 having another such was debatable anas. consecutive year.A .
Two milestones in a naval aviator's to all hands as A veteran of'orld War II and
Now that all have recovered VF-102 remains with 90 fine example of VP-5's "Efficiency"
on top a
life were passed simultaneously the Korean campaign, Lt. Caldwell -
completely though, all qualifications was seen
cent for the week
availability
per
recently by Lt. Joe Vaughnof was phase officer and instructor -
hands are ready for another. in the the squadron made
18. (the showing
VF-14. After having passed his ending July Keep up good; at Aviation I i Officers'Ground
Considerable musical talent was work! when sent to San Juan, Puerto
1,000th hour in the air during a School here at NATTC
brought to the fore during the Rico, to part'cipate' i in ConvexIII
flight, he brought his plane to preceding his current assignment.
party. Lt. J, "Killer" Kane and FASKon 6 a recent fleet-wide antisubmarine -
.
the deck of a carrier in the :Mediterranean .
Harold Swartz, ADC, were enter- naval operation.
Flying saucers and
for his 100th carrier may come Following graduation from the
.
taining well and well also *
landing. doing flying saucers may go, but if the'occupants' Naval Academy during World
at the refreshment Evidently Utilizing San Juan
keg as its baseof
Lt. Vaughn's squadron has been ate figuring on using War II, Lt. Caldwell servedaboard
Lt. Kane found the guitar at atomic 'doohickies' or lethal bugs operations, VP-5 was credited
'' ''' '
w the
''' Y''''' '''''w"w destroyer USS John
: the party to his liking for repoits FASRon Six is ready for them. with a number of "enemy -submarine -
Hood in the Pacific, and in the
>1',. : ,. %- @ have it he has invested some of Eight squadron members have just years that followed the cessation kills" equal to those creditedto

<-: his hard earned shekels for one returned from Atomic, Biological, of hostilities saw him aboard the all other air units combined.On .

v of his own.Overjoyed. Chemical Defense the
warfare Schoolat destroyer USS Glennon and mine- wing continuously, and
at having so many Ground Training here. The new sweeper USS Tumult. with all hands contributing to an

polkas played during the evening, experts are, Charles Beaton, SA; Shortly after the outbreak of all-round success, VP-5 also shat-

Joe Hirko, AD3, possibly set a Gene Bullington, AB3; George the war in Korea he was assigned tered all known Navy records fora

record or at least provided stiff Buttler, AT3; Ken Chalk, AN; to Patrol Squadron 28 and servedin nine-plane squadron's monthly

competition for one when he exhausted -. Stan'Ferro, ABAN; Edsel Horne, that area during 1050 and '51. flight time and flew over 1,500

three partners during one AOl; Tim Miller, AA; and Bob I hours during the month of March.

dance. Nixon, FN2. They have all been From NAS Gitmo, comes Roy In a dispatch to the squadron

III Latest "gold braid" additions to assigned secondary job code classi- Munce, AOAN, while Weathie following Convex III, Commander

the squadron are Lt. Henry John- fication as. Radiological Defense Fisher, TN and Conley Cantrell, Caribbean Sea Frontier addressed -

son of Myrtle Beach, S. C., and monitors. AOl come from the USS Cabot VP-5
I as follows: .
Lt. (jg) Robert E. Dakin of FASRon Six bids farewell to'' and NAS Anacostia respectively. "Your speedy and complete coop-

Rochester, N. Y. Goldman Frase, AEC who has 5. eration
greatly appreciated" .
Lt. Joe Vaughn of VF-14, Enlisted men recently reportingfor J been transferred to NATTC, Jax., BREEZES and continued to express, "deep

who after completing his 1000th duty to VF-103 include Rob- for duty as 'instructor. + and sincere admiration for the enthusiastic

accident free hour of flying, ert L. Bennett, YN3; Venizio Lo 'Cracking' a different set of First college student: "I'm majoring and

made his 100th carrier la ding. renzo, AE3; Earl W. Snyder, SA; books these days are Ken Dillon, in ancient history." performance thoroughly contributed professional -

several Ronald L. Chrisman, ADAA An- AEC Cleo Pittman A El Second college student
in the "inner sea" for ; ; ; Harry : "So during Convex III".

months, operating as part of the thony F. Sivitsky, SA; JacksonW. Cummings, AMI; and Gordon am I." ,. *

giant Sixth Fleet Gregory, AOAN; Aubrey M, Pierce, AM2 who are taxing their First: "Well, we'll have to get VP-5: flying the Navy's new t

He entered the Navy in December Hudgins, AOAN; Hubert Kemper, gray matter at the Bureau of together some evening and talk P2V-5 Neptune type patrol bomber '

of 1942 as a V-5: aviation ca- AM3; Forrest R. Kline, SA; Leon- Aeronautics Research School at over old times." is under the
operational control -
det and went through preliminary ard D. Davis, AOAN, and WilroyC. Dallas, Texas. of Commander Fleet Air

flight training at Columbia, South Felix, AE1. Four of these men Getting nearer their twenty in Don't worry if your hair Is thin Wing Eleven. An anti-submailne

Carolina and Miami, Florida before I came from NAS"",-Jax, another are, Mike Pripeton, ADC (AP); few people look good in fat squadron, its fleet duties call for

going on to pre-flight at I from a Cecil Field squadron and Ken Dillon, ACE; and Clyde Holland hair anyway complete Atlantic seaboard cover-

Athens, Georgia the rest from duty stations scattered who have just shipped over. .r .

Next on the education program throughout the Atlantic I Back among the wor king men He: "I don't know what's the age.On exercises and deployments

coast states. Is Claud Gatlin PN3 who matter with I
was preliminary instruction at has just me. never dancedso during fiscal year 1952, the squadron .
completed PN (A) school at NTC poorly before."
to Basic ,
: Grosse Isle, Mich., then on saw duty at bases from New-
\ and Advanced training at Pensa- VF-102( Bainbridge, Md. She: "Oh, then you've danced foundland and Nova Scotia downto

cola before receiving his wings in A seven pound one ounce baby Welcome additions to the squadron before?" Puerto Rico. Even the beguiling -

e December of 1944. boy a* recently welcomed aboard are Tom Beckman, ADAN; fox on VP-5's squadron insignia -

His first stint as a full fledged by Lcdr. and Mrs. Roy B. Dalton. George Clevenger, ADAN; Bill Alcatraz. The pen with the life is placed "somewhere be-

.' pilot was back "cracking books" The proud and happy parents Diamond, ADAN; Rufus Sobota, time guarantee. tween the Arctic and the Carib

t a>n operational training in FM-2 named him Roy B. Dalton Jr. ADAN; Turner Odom, ADAA; bean."

.' *t Daytona Beach, Fla. Shortly A trio of officers, all new com- Henry Ebben, ADAA; Boyd Fowler Traffic cop (producing notebook I .

{ thereafter he made his first carrier ers to the squadron, recently reported ADAA; Bob Howe, ADAA; ): "Name ?" First Wave: "I have a new boy

landing aboard the aircraft aboard and have been extended James Ingersoll, ADAN; Marion Motorist: "Aloysius mpo1isZ'bryscowlcz' friend."

," carrier USS Sable. a hearty welcome from Permenter, ATAN; and Floyd Second Ditto: "What's he like?" ,

Fighter Squadron 23 at Seattle all hands. Hailing from Garden- Walton, ADAN from NATTC, Traffic cop: "Well, don't let First W: "Oh, Whiskey, gin, "

"was his first duty with an ope- yule, N. y is Lt. Arthur Brook- Memphis. me catch you again." beer-anything." -


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-:- Births -:- 1 ::
I New Hours Set )1

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,; Listed below are the birth as ,
:'A
,'1\\i reported by the Naval Hospital For: Dependents }
( :<(f. between the period July 17 and

I .:- July 21.Seaman. Outpatient Care ,

:2 : John Thomas Carpen-

CarM, Due to the tremendous day- J

< -. oz., on July 17.Engineman > Clinic, new hours have been recently -

Third Class Elbert established.
r,' J. Henderson 'and Mrs. Willie C. % Appointments can be made 1
Henderson F Tj. for consultations! and treat-
a daughter, weighing ,
7 lbs., 9% ozs., on July 17. ment during these hours by
calling 572, 573 or 574. It Is j
Aviation Technician First Class
i stressed by officials that medical -
Victor Mullin and Mrs. Bar-
care will be most satisfactory -
June Mullin, a daughter, I.
'Carl and waiting time I less,
8 Ibs., 4',2 ozs., on July i
when appointments are made.
I
.
i Sergeant Malrah Gene Ledford ?
..... and Mrs. Betty Carlene Ledford, Monday through Friday the I
'
clinic is from 0800 to
';:' a. daughter, weighing 6 lbs, 2/i r; 'Y open \
; 1530, and on Saturdays from
14.Quartermaster. ;
ozs., on July .
; 0830 to 1130. Sundays and
: Second Class
holidays, the clinic is dosed. 1
Richard W. J. La Londe and Mrs.
A? In the event of emergency,
Frances La Londe, "
Evelyn a
? dependents will be seen at the
6 Ibs. 13 U ,
daughter, weighing clinic from 1600 to 2200 Mon- .
ozs., on July 14.
day through Friday, from 1130 (
ti :Major George Skitsko and Mrs. to 2200 on Saturday, and from

s Elizabeth E. Skitsko, a daughter MANY BABIES-Five or more births a day at the U. S. Naval Hospital keep the nursery well 0830 to 2200 on Sundays and
weighing 6 Ibs., 7 ozs., on July occupied. Nursery attendents cooperate by arranging the baskets so that Jax Air News could photograph holidays.
15. the babies through the nursery window. (left to right) Lt. (Je) Wilma J. Brockman (NC), Night emergencies will be
Lieutenant ((jg) John A. Cester- Ensign all new Dorothy customers.A. White (NC), John Q. Nolan, IIN, and George A. Neumann, IIN, carefully checkon seen by the OOD after 2200

reicher and Mrs. Elizabeth Cester- In the Hospital Administration
reicher, a son,, weighing 10 lbs., 1539 frew' Babies Last Year Building.

5% ozs., ?n July 13. I j

I Airman Velpoe S. :Majors and Emergency service, It is

Mrs. Freddie Lou Majors, a daughter Outpatient Clinic Provides Medical Care pointed out, Is no substitute for

weighing 7 Ibs., 11% .ozs., on the care during regular clinical .

July 15.Chief hours as laboratory, x-ray, :I

Storekeeper, Dale James For Over 45,000 Service DependentsBirths pharmacy and consultationswith
Foster, and Mrs. Gloria June Fos- specialists' will not be ",;

ter, a daughter, weighing 6 Ibs., I available. However, It will z
t ,\'i ozs., on' July 16.Ships' -
;' I of 1,539 babies last j pedic: clinic is Wednesday and Fri- Another feature of the Outpatient's provide some degree of care
Serviceman Third Class
.a
: afternoons. for those who need it.
and consultations and day
M.' Jesse E. Lee, Jr. and Mrs. Mar- I year, Clinic is the nursery, sponsored -
At
present over 1,000 emer-
for 8,000 to 9,000 dependents Medical patients are seen
tha V. Lee, a daughter, weighing care everyday and staffed by the Navy calls month han-
gency per are
each month com with the exception of
I
7 lbs., 10 ozs., on July. 16. prise a full work load for the Wednesday and Thursday after- Wives, where mothers can leave dled. It Is hoped by hospital

!'" : I I busy staff of the Outpatient'sClinic noons. A pedlatric's clinic is con- their small children while receiv- officials that this figure will be

t at the U. S. Naval Hospital ducted daily, except Thursday afternoons ing treatment. The nursery is open substantially decreased, and
Red Cross Will here. on Mondays, Wednesdays and regular clinic hours and facili-
There are approximately 45,000: Fridays from 0900 to 1600, and on ties used when possible.
Aid people in this area who are eli- Tuesday and Friday mornings a Thursdays from 0900 to 1200.
Y Dischargees dermatology clinic is scheduled.
gible for care at this facility, and Consultations with surgical pa- Red Cross operates under the Red Cross.

r. .' Assistance In filing Veteran's'Application waiting rooms are Jammed every tients are held on Tuesday after- The staff of the clinic cooper- Comdr. Greemnan in Charge '
for Pension or Com- I morning and afternoon with service ates closely with the Red Cross
noon. Comdr. Robert B. Greenman ia
; pensatlon for Disability resulting dependents. to assist patients who need aid.
Shots On Wed. and Fri., Chief of Dependent Service at the I
from active military and Naval Special Clinics Often statements are given men
f, Service, is a service rendered by I Medical care for servicemen is Immunization and inoculations overseas, via the Red Cross, on present time. He is soon to be
t '. the NAS Red Cross Field Direc- the primary function of the Hos- are given on Wednesday and condition of their dependents. I relieved by Comdr. C. H. Gilli-

tor's office, to men aboard this pital, but outpatients are given Friday afternoons., Charts are Navy Relief Nurse Services are land, ordered here from Bethesda

:1 r 'station. consideration whenever feasible. pulled on patients from 1230 to available to Navy and Marine I i i Naval Hospital, Bethesda Mary _'

;' e Sen" Icemen eligible for Veter- Special clinics have been established 1400. Corp families only. House calls land.

." '=.. ans' Administration services after in an effort to care for as Following clinical consultation, are made, within the city limits of I Other staff members include:
:t Y leaving the Navy, may come tot many as possible. Patients are treatment and medication, it is, Jacksonville and joining residen- Lcdr. Robt. Meeko, Lt. LawrenceF

/ the Red Cross Field Director's office seen by appointment at all clin- of course, necessary for some pa- tial sections such as Dewey Park, McCune, Lt. David R. Perry, Lt.

building No. 39, from 0800- ics. tients to be hospitalized. to advise on the care of new ba- Charles G. Peerman, Jr., Lt. (Jg)

J, 1630 to file the necessary forms. Each Monday, Wednesday and A minimum charge of $1.75: bies and to give treatment to pa- William H. Blackman, Lt. (Jg)

., ", SEWING Thursday mornings obstetrical pa- per day'must be met by the serv- tients with communicable diseases. Zerney B. Barnes, Lt. Frank M.

., Sewing machines are available tients are seen; new patients at iceman or his dependent, and regulations Approximately 300 such house Bryan, Lt. (Jg) Everett Clayton,
for use and may be borrowed at 0800. Gynecology clinic is sched- require that an advance calls are made each month. Lt. (jg) F. L. Watts.
t no cost on a one-month basis by uled every afternoon, except for seven days ($12.25): be de-
Domestic and child guidance Physicians from other depart-
: and Marine for posited with the
Navy personnel Thursday. collecting agentat
problems are referred to the So- ments of the hospital are also
w, home sewing, through courtesy of Orthopedic Consultation the hospital upon admission.
cial Service
Department, which available for consultations
.i the Red Cross. For further In- Orthopedic consultations for For this charge, dependents re- I

formation, contact the Red Cross children are on Mondays only at I ceive their meals, a comfortable
otfice. 1300 In Ward A-5. Adult ortho- hospital room, nursing care, medi-
__--I cations, laboratory and X-ray ex-

',' aminations, Operating room facili- r
ties, anesthetic, and professionalcare
by a capable staff of medical
officers.

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Average 100 Patients

t 'I 11 s k', t.; J occupy An average hospital of beds 100 at dependents all times.In !
vk
addition to a competent medi-

cal staff during regular working
r.r r.
4 hours, a medical officer of the
/
: day, an assistant medical officerof /

the day, an obstetrician, a sur-
l< geon and two Internes are alwayson

jrh'r duty after regularly scheduled

hours to provide such emergency I

4 treatment as needed. 4

The hospital has two delivery Th '.
t rooms, four labor rooms and pedi-

atrics, surgical and gynecologywards.

(r" Additional incubators have ;
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: been acquired recently to accom-

f > Y odate the pre-mature Infants in
N' "f
the nursery, or those babies I ._ k' -
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Patients must furnish personal ISN'T COl\IPLAINING-LfttJe Kenny Quarfort, son of Aviation .
... SHOTS FOR ALL-Immunizations and Innoculations are given items, including towels and washcloths Structural Mechanic First Class Dale and Mrs. Quarfort, Is one of
t every Wednesday and Six-month-old Lora Jean and diapers for babies in the many children cared for In the Pediatrics Ward at the Hos '
. takes her,shot without a whImper, while mother, Mrs. Edward C. pital. Kenny, recovering from. a broken leg, rets a drink .( water
the and in
French watches and Robert J. Fay, UN, administers. nursery pediatrics. from Henry F.. Jirik, UN.
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Standout Card Third
vp.861 Captures

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Awaits Boxing


Fans TonightA American League Crown .


star-studded boxing card Patrol Squadron 861, displaying a well balanced attack;

I |featuring Marine and Navy pugilists through three rounds of NAS intramural softball action assured

from NATTCenter, is on itself of a third consecutive American League title

tap tonight at the Center's Out last week by defeating Fasron 109, 85.

door Arena on Allegheny Road, Earlier in the week the Patrol
who had drawn
HA W.l, a bye,
listing eight bouts. I. men emerged from a three-team
The smoker will be the 8-1, in the finals.
sec tussle for second round laurels,
John CharvatA
ond in a series of matches that besting the Fausronites, 10-6, in the : Over in the National circuit,

21-year-old] Woodruff, S. C.. outfielder was banned from pits Leatherneck and Tar swingers first round and hen jumping on i Hospital, winner of the first two

Mason Field last week. If he hasn't been, he should. Bobby Hazl< vying for a trophy; symbolicof rounds of play appeared a cinchto

powerful portside swinger from Fort Jackson took personal chargein three successive wins. Last ,
capture Its third title. Incomplete
the Golden Arrows' 5-0 conquest of Jax Navy, authoring three month the Marines garnered five
of bouts to ahead in results of played earlier .
consecutive four-masters, the first hit over the newly constructed eight go the games
outfield barriers. series, but the Student Sailorsare in the month have delayed
out for revenge and will send
for the
final
Bobby sent his first smash reeling over the 365-foot marker in their best fighters into action reaching a standing

right field on a 2.1 curve ball delivered by Jim Richey in the fourth tonight. senior loop, but the Corpsmenhave

inning and the few uninterested fans that adorned the bleachers Tonight's. card: t yet to be defeated in five

sat up and took notice in anticipation of his nex' appearance at the< i Marinesvs- Sailors outings. -
I In the second round American
plate. Hermanjoe Galvon (118)-)
division runoff VP-861 Jumped to
,
They weren't disappointed. Despite the plea of Coach Frank -Wyman Dustin (134) sYg
4-0 lead in the top half
McCaffrey from the Navy dugout, "Nothing too good, Jim," Cousin James Phillips ((125)To) an early
of the first before Fasron could
Richey blazed a fast ball down the middle and Hazle opened the be named
counter with a pair. Both teams
v Paul Minai )
((135)-
sixth with his second' home run. .
exchanged two runs in the second
-Clyde Simpson (138) ..axF
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Number three was hit in the eighth on a 0-0' fast ball down the Richard Hooten ((145)-) but the Patrolmen counted

pipe. Hazle appeared effortless at the plate, a picture of grace ..:-Nick Debaby ((140)) single markers in the third and

and power with each swing.In John Rocco ((150)- fifth to make it 8-4.

-Ralph Costanza (147) HAW-1 offered little resistancein
Saturday's wind-up, a 12-1 shellacking absorbed by Gordon
James Guinm (160)) the finals, bowing 81. After
Lassila and Phil Righter, Hazle bombarded the duo for three sin
-Rodney Carter (175)) plating a run in the second 861
gles and a double in six trips to give him a series total of seven for
.374 and ; Big Joe Braco (165)Arthur ) exploded for five in the fourth ,
10. Bobby entered the game with a scintillating average
Duhaime (160)) and two in the sixth while the
his average here gave it a considerable boost.
James Harper ((180) Heavy-airmen could score but

We talked to Hazle before the second game and Bobby told us -William Lutman ((180)) once in the seventh.

that Fort Jackson' was making a bid to enter the national semipro Glavon spots his foe, Dustin, Action around both leagues last

tournament in Wichita, opening in mid-August. The Arrowsare 16 pounds to take the largest TANGLED FEET Fasron- week saw Fasron 109 edge VJ-2,

the best looking club this writer has seen all season, bar none, weight disadvantage of the eve 109's leftfielder, Dick Gray, 6-5; VP-861 trim Fasron Six, 8-4;

and we wouldn't be surprised to see them go a long way if a decision ning while Carter holds a 15 crashes into VP-861's first VP-3 down VP-5, 10-9; HAW-1 a

is reached to enter. pound edge over Gumm in the baseman during activity in forfeit winner from VJ-62; FAW-
their recent playoff tilt for the
sixth bout.
Proof of their power came in a recent 16-1 drubbing of Parris e I second round crown of American 11 blast O&G, 14-8, and Supply
the loser able to but three stanzas League intramural soft- blank Commissary Store, 70.Wednesday's .
Deeds ,
Island. Bobby was go Tars Return From ball. The Patrolmen won the I
before retiring to the showers. Deeds, you'll remember, blankedthe game 10-6, and went on to and Thursday'sresults
Fliers, 11-0, on two hits earlier this month. Road Trip TuesdayOn defeat IIAW-1, 8-1 for the I showed VJ-62 forfeiting to
championship. VP-3, VP-861 defeating Fasron
Jackson receiver, Arnold Stroecker, registered another First for the road now since July 29, I II 109, 8-5; O&G edging Infirmary

Mason Field, Friday, along with Hazle's home runs, when he was the Jacksonville Tars will not return I Tennis Tourney I 14.13, and Hospital gaining a 7-0

ejected from the game in the second inning by plate umpire Red to Myrtle Avenue Park until decision from Commissary Store.

Ballentine for protesting too vigorously a called third strike. August 5 when they open a Slated At NAS (
six-game stand with Augusta and : The standings:
SHORT SHOTS: Down NATTCenter way M/Sgt. Steve Mayer Montgomery. AMERICAN LKAUl'K: :
taken the student Marine boxing coach, replacingthe Although the actual playing; date Team wL..
has over post as Augusta provides the competition for the 1952 Iron Man Trophy VP-H61 . .... ...... .. ......r6 0Kasion
capable Sfct. Ken Winters Bill Ziegler appears to own a 0. 4 2
month when August 5 through August 7, tennis tournament is still over VH-3 .. :::::::::::::::::::: 3 2
ruber arm. Zieg: had not seen mound duty for over a while the Grays are here for Fasron Six ..................... 3 2:
he received the nod to twirl against McDuff Hardware last week, single games the following three two weeks away, Special Services U.tl ..::::::::::::::::::::::: 2 3 2 3
directors advised team athletic directors
but responded with a seven-hit, 3 to 1 victory. VJ-62 ......................... 0 5
days. The Tars are still wagingan to round their squads into' VP.5 ........... ............... 0 5
The Fliers have been involved in 10 shutouts this season, winning uphill battle to gain a berthin shape as the competition is expected

five and dropping five. Parris Island blanked the locals, 11 to the Class A South Atlantic to be keen and fast. Tram NATIONAL LEAGUE: : W. L.

Post Nine 12 to 0 to establish League playoffs and there are Hospital 5 0
0, while the blue clads thumped Team rosters can not exceed
O & f! ..:::::::::::::::::::::. 4 2
high totals on both sides of the ledger Fourth of July festivities plenty of diamond thrills ahead eight less than O&R ..
nor can they run
fans at the local orchard. KAW-11 :::::::::::::::::::::.3: 1
. were big doings for Jim Coughlin, amiable Navy third baseman, for four. Competition will be held with Photo LAb. .................... 1 1

who took a pretty Minneapolis lassie, Gloria vonDomarus, for his Special "Baseball Park" buses four singles and two doubles Supply Infirmary. .. :: ::::::::,.::::::::: 2 1 2 3

bride. Jim's side-kick, Tom Neely, will answer the bell (weddingbell leave downtown Jacksonville before matches, but one man need not Commissary Store ............. 0Johnson 7
) in October when he weds Betty Currier, O&R Wave. each game and retJrn immediately play in both.August f

after. Service person 18 is the date set for
Washington Senator scouts have their eye on strongarmedJohn
nel may obtain free ducats by contacting the opening of play. Tennis will Cops
of hitch to do
McCaffrey. Mac still has two years a Navy
the Jax Air News, Build inaugurate action for the sec
before making future plans, but indicated a college education was
ing 930. However, tickets are ond leg of the Iron Man Trophy, Station Ping
his foremost desire. And speaking of versatility, few fans were
given to units only, not to indi the completion of softball wind
around to see John behind the plate against St. Augustine. It was
worth the price of admission to watch the thin man perform with viduals. ing up the first.PING Pong PlayoffPlaying

the mask, like a gazelle he was.

Bull-i.hculdered Dick Watson, offensive halfback for the University before a packed theater

of Florida, failed to impress anybody with his football audience at the NATTCenter au

antics in the :Ancient City last week. With utter disregard for sportsmanship ditorium Bill Johnson defeatedBill

or base running ethics, Watson charged head-on into Tom Blackmon in a best three of

Neely at second base in an attempted steal, sending the Navy key. five playoff for the Station ping-
stoner to the ground with a throbbing head. St. Augustine's manager
pulled Watson from the lineup the next stanza, fortunately, pong title last week, the match
undecided until the final game. I IJ
for near mayhem would have resulted thereafter. Y > < Ai I t
Johnson posted scores of 27-25,
Chief John Lucas has established a reputation as one r.
Jovial] 16-21, 21-17, 14-21 and 21.19 to
of the top marksman in the southern area. His most recent prize, gain the victory. Blackmon was

the North Florida Pistol Championship, was a fitting reward for + 5. the Mainside champion, besting

many years of work. Bernard Berstner two weeks ago

N.B. "Bim" Stults, swimming coach at Florida State University : r rf In final play, while Johnson

is aboard the station for two weeks of reserve training duty. blanked five opponents in gaining

Stults holds the rank of Lieutenant Commander and has had 10 Lhe Center crown.

year's of service. .. : 'y Ii In the final game Johnson
Jumped to an early lead, owninga
at Mainside have
enthusiastic swimmers and divers
Overly
five-point margin at the halfway
broken both the high and low diving boards. If and when the boardsare
point. However Blackmoncut
fixed, it would behoove swimers to take it a little easier with Y'
Y rYX a 19-14 deficit .to 19-17 to
the new equipment Weight lifting gear in the Mainside gym make it nip-and-tuck at the fin.
has been moved behind the stage adjacent to the shower room ish. .

And at NATTCenter, weight lifters have the added convenienceof
another work-out room, situated on the second deck of the indoor The match was arranged by Lt.
Paul McCoy, NATTCenter Special
pool.
PONG CIIAl\IPS-Lt. Paul McCoy, NATTCenter Special Services officer, and NAS direc .
Jack Harvey, NAS golf pro,.has done a fine job with the young Services officer, explains to Bill Johnson, Center champion and tor Lcdr. Harry Knickelbine. Con. .
sters of'the station in his annual Children's Golf Clinic. A standout Bill Blackman right Alainside victor, the plans for their station tinuation of matches between .
ping match which was won br Johnson last week. The ,.
pong two
is Chase Jr. Dick Brockis .
product of Jack's instructions Billy champs played before a theater audience In the NATTCenter auditorium NAS and Center champions is ex. .
the only Flier regular to play every game this season. between showings of the scheduled movie. pected[ in the future.







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31 July 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven



Waves Near End ::, ':J.,:) ':t ;", ,:k :.j,;, '''''v ,t <<;><" vv ?, : ,:,:\.- 80""le's Homers' Puce
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Softball Schedule '< ': ,''" : .g.< ,; .i" ', ; :: Fort Jackson Victories


'' :' ', ; ., ,' "" :: Gainesville 29 Jax Navy fought 13 innings
', ,, ', ; : :, BULLETIN. July -
Jax Navy Waves are nearing : :
. with Barkley Motors here Tuesday night before copping a hardearned -
the completion of their 1952 soft of Jim Coughlin's single with
g, t J"1' 3-2 decision on the strength
ball season, one of the worst in t : Dick Brock on second. John McCaffrey pitched brilliantly) for the

many years for the local girl IS Fliers, allowing but three hits after the first stanza and fanning 10.

who have won but two league Fort Jackson halted a string of seven consecutive Jax

Navy victories last week, sweeping a two-game series on Ma-
through two rounds of play '
a'
games $ son Field, 5 to 0 and 12 to 1, The Fliers-avoided two shutouts -

Massey Motors set the Waves A when they tallied once in the bottom of the ninth in the

down, 9-2, last week in a league K. .. second game off Leon Dansby.

engagement at Murray Hill, Kay;
Dansby had a no-hitter working ners stranded in the" first game,
Shorb charged with the defeat.A .
until the seventh when Bob Stef- failing to reach Bob Smith in the
three-run first Inning was al
anich laced a single to left field. clutches, and Fort Jackson had
needed for the victory
Massey He had previously retired 16 men only to wait for Hazle's first round
The Waves failed to score until
in order after walking a pair in tripper. in the fourth.
the fifth when they pushed across
the first. Dick Hall opened the Jacksonsixth
another in
a single tally, adding
the sixth. \ .. Bobby Hazle, strong armed with a single and moved to

Jackson leftfielder, stole the showin second on Sid Hathaway's sacri-
Shorb walked with one down Ii
fice. Hazle's second home run
the as he cracked three
fifth and moved around opener
Wave
the
consecutive home runs over the made it 3-0. Jim Coughlin's booton
on successive two out singles bj HOME RUN HITTER-Crossing the plate after smashing his mark in right field to Charlie Ruddock's grounder set
365-foot
Mickey McQuaig and Cleo Miller second of three consecutive home runs is Bobby Hazle, .380 slug-
the fourth of the
Eva Buenger tripled in the sixth ger from Fort Jackson. His mates extend the welcome hand as pace a 5-0 win. up run game as to-
in Hazle paced the visitors to a 5-0 victory over the Fliers. The Ar- :Leave 13 Stranded Joe Cunnipgham singled to plate
and scored Traurig's
on Kay
to out 12-1 decision for a the Arrow runner.
rows came back the next day pound a
field out.Massey. Navy left no less than 13 run-
sweep of the series. Leading off the eighth, Hazle
broke loose for five
rum I cleared the right field barrier for
in the lower half of the sixth Memphis Trips Fliers
the third time to end the scoring.

after counting once in the third, 2-0 In 6ND Tourney Jim Richey ((2-3)) went the distance -
to run the final count to 9-2. ,
for the Fliers
Memphis upset Jax Navy, allowing eight
Mary Bixiones' two out single,. hits and no walks.
2-0, in the opening round of
was wasted in the first, while Millie 5ot4ANP
Sixth Nayal District Softball
"Killer" Moyer and Shorb were
P Tournament play Monday as The seven-game winning
left stranded in the second. Th I
I six teams started action at streak does not Include the
following two stanzas failed tc<
Sid"Mack 9-7 which
Green Cove Springs. Competltltion loss to ,
for thE.
base
produce a runner
is on a doubleelimination was a replay of the June 22

Waves. basis. protested game. The skein extended -

Pensacola will send down adele, In other first round games from the Parris Island

gallon of Waves, Aug. 9, to play. Green Cove Springs' Bullets ( ) Regains Sway In series on Mason Field, July
the local in night
entry engagements
edged Pensacola NAS, 1-0 farris 10-11. .
diamond. II.
on Enterprise
Island defeated Jacksonville

was not definite concerning thE: NRTC, 6-2, and Miami Navy Center Softball Lasblla Suffers Defeat
Competition
number of Pensacola teams that.
humiliated Key"West Navy, Gordon Lassila ((9-4)) receivedthe
would arrive, but there are threeto !
Zl.O.I" nod for Saturday's tilt and
select from. Leadership in the NATTC intramural softball leaguewas

short lived for AO and AE Schools, as they dropped to was rocking along in fine style

: third and fourth place respectively after last week's action. until the eighth when Jackson got
Think You Know Baseball?
to him for six consecutive base
the first
ANP) School took three straight games to regain
I" hits after two were away.

Card Manager Protests Decisionas spot.The ANPers slugged out a Until that time the visitors had
( by S. S. and 1st Lt., 3-0, as Sup
7-0 win from Personnel to open scored only one run, that un-
bounced the Marines for their
ply
earned in the sixth. Neely failed
action for the week. ANP) Ships
Simmons
By Harry
third straight defeat, 7-0; and AO
Company beat AO Ships Com- to cover second on a two out
When the major league Rules; Ships Company pummeled Per
pany, 15-2, AK Students humbledthe ground ball to Hafeman that
Committee next meets, it may sonnel, 7-0. AK School made AE
Marines, 17-2, and Special would have retired Dansby com
have before it a beef from Cardinal Services-First Lieutenants pasted spirits drop when they took a 9-2 ing into the bag.llafeman's .
game from the Electricians to end
Manager Eddie Stanky over Aircraft Maintenance, 11-4. Sup- Single Wasted
league play for the week.
a batting lineup row in a Cards- ply stopped Medical, 143. Hafeman's single, the secondhit

Braves exhibition game this Tuesday Ships Company AOers STANDlNOWon Lost TVt. off Smith, in the bottom half

spring. Here's what actually hap thumped AO Students, 9-0, AN ANP( ) School . ., .8 1 .888 was wasted as the Fliers failed to
ANP( ) Ships Company. 7 1 .871!
pened-now let's see whether you (P) Ships Company defeated the AO Ships Company... 7 2 .766 get a ball out of the infield in

with Stanky or the um AE School .. .. ...... 6 3 .666 Phil
along student Electricians 4-3 and the
go AK School ......... 7 3 .700 three attempts. Righter relieved -
pire. ANPers taught the Marines a SS. & 1st Lt. ......... !5 4 ..553Supply Lassila in the ninth, but his
.5M
5 4
In the second inning, score 0-0,, 13-2 lesson. S. S. and 1st Lt. AO School":::::::::::: 3 S :.375 junk was: no problem for the visi

with a man on base and one out,, knocked out a 7-0 win from Per Medical Air Craft Maintenance... 2 2 6 6 .250.250 tors.

Marines ......... .....1 9 .100
Jack Parks was due to sonnel to end the day's play.
catcher things now stand. For the Max Davidson and Bob Lance

bat as No. 7, followed by shortstop 1948 ruling was wrong and the Student Storekeepers collectedone Since the Reds last beat Larry backed a double and triple to open

Johnny Logan as No. 8 and 1952 one was right. from Supply, 5-0; AE stopped Jansen of the Giants on August the inning, Lance crossing on

pitcher Vern Bickford as No.9. The third out is not against Medical, 7-0; and ANP( ) Ships 29, 1948, he has defeated Cincin- Dansby's bounder to the mound.

Instead, through a misunder Parks, whose time at bat am Company slapped AO Students nati 12 straight times. He was Hall popped to Coughlin at third

standing on the Braves' bench,, two-bagger are completely washed with 16-3 defeat 5-0 against the Reds in 1949, 0-0 for the second out, but the roof

Logan was sent to bat. He was out of the score, but a g a ins 't Chalking up their third win for in 1950, 3-0 in 1951 and now is fell in on Righter as he gave three

retired, and Parks came up and Bickford for failing to bat in his! the week AN(P) Students edged 4-0 in 1952. singles, two walks and hit a batter -

doubled. At that, Stanky appealedthe proper order after Logan. Th netting five more runs.

batting out of order. The umpire so called it under Section Neely doubled to right center to

umpire sustained him, called an batter is out for illegal -
6.06e: "A inaugurate the home half of the

out, and the Braves took the field. action when he fails to take ninth. Coughlin singled, but was

The Cards failed to score. At, his position at the bat in the turn caught; at second when Stefanich

the start of the next inning, the in which his name appears on the/ grounded, Neely holding at third.

Braves sent up their No. 1 hitter, batting order ." Jim Ahrend singled to plate the

t Jack Daniels. Stanky strongly The same section makes Daniels runner and the game ended, 12-1

Insisted that Bickford, not Dan- the correct lead-off man In the
Ahmnd Drive In Run
should to bat. He providing:: IP S
iels, come up following Inning, by \ 'Se :
hz sr Although Ahrend drove In the
may have been thinking of a 1948 "Should the batter declared out
only Navy marker he did little
Boston game, when he was with under this section be the third
more than occupy space in the
the Braves. In a similar tangle out and his team thereby put out, :
Sv outfield, having previously hit into -
then, No. '7 in the Braves' line-up the proper batter in the next in
two twin-killings that stopped
batted ahead of No. 6 and was re- ning shall be the player whc
scoring opportunities.The .
tired. No. 6 then singled but wasdeclared would have come to bat had the :

out for batting out of players been put out by ordinary Fliers avenged a 5.2 defeatat

debate the um- the hands of Cecil Field, which
turn. After some play in the preceding Inning.
next. been out il opened second round City League\
pires let No. 8 bat Parks would have
play, with a convincing 14-8 decision -
Stanky felt ,so certain that the Stanky had protested Logan's batting
John Scarola (2-0)) gaining -
same thing applied In 1952 that he out of order before the first PUTTING CHAMPS-Station links pro Jack Harvey recentlyheld the victory.

announced he would take the case pitch to Parks. But on seeing Logan a three-week instruction period for junior golfers on the sta- ,

, to the Rules Committee. He also retired, Stanky smartly de- tion, teaching the fundamentals of putting, chipping, driving and Tonight at Woodstock the Fliers

offered to bet a couple of hats cided to let that out count, and general golf etiquette. Attending lessons twice a week the young- will oppose Sid Mack and Friday
sters picked up some valuable pointers of the game which they afternoon Cecil Field
that the umpire was wrong. i withheld his protest long enough will have a chance to display Aug. 31 when the annual Junior- again
for it to cause another out. with their offers the competition. The locals -
Who, in your opinion, gets the Senior Tournament will be held. Parents may play
children, but other adults will pick up the reins with kids of non- do not return home until

hats? # special permission of( playing parents. The putting champs, left to right are Mary August- !' when the/ boat Po t. ,"'
I ANSWER thR rubl,, foot. opyrlRh; ( Fuhring, Mary Ellen Harvey, Ruby Dodson, Don Vaughn, Dick Kin .

The umpire: should get the hats 1952 pany.)by the Curtis Publishing Com- Gingrich, Bill Gilbert and Jane Brown. *




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Mock Fire Drill Lt. Scott Is Now


mmmm Staged By IRD : Training OfficerOf

ti (Items offering for sale articlesof I $

property, automobiles such as furniture washing,machines radios ] Officials FridayIndustrial i k : NARTU Unit


clothing and the like are prohibited Relations Depart- < Lt. Julian F. Scott, just returned
by Defense Department ment employees and the Fire I from Korean duty aboard

regulations. This column will, Department were victims of a the USS Essex, has assumed du.
however, list such services as mock fire alarm last Friday. ,
ties as Training Officer of Fighter -
available housing, rides wanted, At 1500 when the planned smoke Squadron VS-741.
and lost and found articles or bomb failed to go off, arsonists
I.t. Scott Is well trained In his
other similar notices). "Robert F. Taylor, Safety Super-
1 RENT intendent, and Ernest Fudge, IRD % field, having been In the Navy
7/ since 1942 as an aviator.
Furn. 5-rm. house. $95 per mo. Safety Engineer, used a metal ,y ,, '
btwn. Aug. 20Jan. 1st. 1300 waste can, rags and paper to fill He attended Central High
b School In Wartburg, Tenn. and
F
Building 907 with smoke.
Mrs
Hamilton St. Murray Hill
later enlisted in V-5 in 1942 at :
Shannon. Ph. 84571. Seconds after the smoke beganto c. bt
Furn. 3-rm. cottage. $37. per mo. filter out, Mary Wooten, IRD the University of South Carolina. V)

Opp. NAS. R. K. Schultz, AirBase employee, phoned the Station Fire A short time after entering the
Trailer Park. Ph. 2-5410. Department. In split time, the university he was called to active

Furn. 5-rm. apt. 4619 MerrimacAve. building was orderly evacuated, duty with the Navy and sent to

Lakeshore. B. S. Hamil adequate fire fighting equipmentand re the University of Georgia for Pre-

ton. Ph. 2-0864. men were on the Job. and the Flight training, then to NAS, St.
Furn. 3rm. apt. :Murray Hill Mrs. fire was out. I I P 1t- Louis for primary training

Ballentine, Ph. 8-1760. A part of OPERATIONSHARP i He received his wings! at Pensa-
Furn. 3-rm. apt. 4502 Irvington the mock fire was : cola in 1944 and was immediately

Ave. Mrs Carney Ph. S-6768. planned with station officials to ordered to sea aboard the USS

4 Furn. 2-bdrm. house. AppletonAve. Impress employees with the ne :, ti Bismarck Sea with the 7th Fleetin
Lakeshore, Mis. Silge, cessity for being prepared for any r {+ C the Pacific.In .

Ph. 83190. emergency that might arise in the { 1945 he reported to Torpedo
Furn. 2-rm. apt. 2768 College St. event of a real) fire.: !' Squadron 80 in the Pacific aboard
.
Mrs. Powers, Ph. 2-1307 after! I w the USS Boxer where he served
1830.Turn. I Notes GETS FIRST WORK-Lt. Julian F. Scott (left) is handed his until July 1947 when he came to
CEO first work as the new training officer of VS-741 by Comdr. Jeremy
& 3639:> Riverside NAS Jacksonville
2 4-rm.
apts. as an Advanced
Morrison, NARTU trainingofficer.: Lt. Scott came to Jacksonvillefrom
Ave. Mrs. Burrows.Furn I The past two week ends have a tour of duty aboard the USS Essex in Korea I Flight Instructor.He .
..
._ house. --- -- --- --
2-lii1rm. 5714 Hyde proven the popularity of the club has since been to several _
Grove Rd. Lt. R. B. Phillips, Ph. I dances and this Saturday will be Capt. Day Navy schools and from June 1931:) ,

ext. 733. no exception. This weekend calls I Illm.NW until March of this year he was )
Furn. 1-bdrm. house. :2077 Hyde for a Shipwreck party. So break (Continued from Page 1) ) sent overseas again and assignedto

Park Rd. Mrs. Alberly Ph. out your costumes and win thatst I rea. In hardly more than a Fighter Squadron 54 aboard

2-1496. of silverware to be given the month after being deactivated, I the carrier USS Essex.
Furn. 2-im. apt. 2601 Park St. the best costume. I Cecil Field I ]MA1NSIDETliurs.
couple wearing then an auxiliary The "squadron was commandedby
Mrs. S. R. Houston, Ph. 82770. The Saturday-Sunday Breakfast field, was not only reactivated ., July 31 ((5, 7, 9)) the famous "Bald Eagle" of
Furn. 4rm. apt. 8265 Newton Rd. I Untamed Fiontier Joseph Gotten
Club met last weekend with I but was given construction priority the Korean War. Comdr. Paul
Souths id e. Mrs Lamefc Ph 9- out our host Jack Stott, who has as it was rushed to naval I II Trl., Aug 1 ((5, 7, 9)) Gray, a former training officer atNAS

3062. saunteted to the south for 2 I air station status as a jet field. Women In Question......Jean Kent Jacksonville. Comdr. Gray

Furn. 2singlerms. 2789 St. John's weeks. However Chief Ed Dowd It was the same story throughout I Sat., Aug 2 ((1, 5, 8)) was so nicknamed because he
Ave. Mrs. Pieison, Ph. 21118.
carried the ball for him. the District. Sanford Naval Rancho was almost bald at an early age

Furn. single-mi. 2849 College St. "How to win friends and influence Auxiliary Air Station and the Notorious ...Mailene Dietrich and ws shot down three times in

Mrs. J. McCormick, Ph. 7-83C6. people" is the theme for Marine Corps Air Station at Miami Sun., .Aug. 3 ((2, 5, 8)) I' one week, each time being ableto
Furn. 2616 Herschel St.
single-rm. Chink Schroder's lectures so were reactivated in short Story ofRobin walk away from his plane.
Mrs. Barrett, Ph 8-1411. don't miss this coming weekend I order. Locally NATTC became Hood .......Richard Todd 't .
Unfurn. 2-bdrm. house, 2966 Downing breakfasts. active again. And construction of Mon., Aug. 4 ((5, 7, 9)Confidence )

St. Riverside. E. F. Clausen!! A round of applause to the vast projects were speeded up as Gill..........Tom Conway Waves Slate

Ph? ext 097. Bingo committee. At this Wilting the government poured millionsof Til*"*. .f; Wt'll.ug 5-6 ((5, 7, 9)) (Continued from 1'age 1))
Unfurn 3rm. apt. $25. per mo. I dollars into the District. What
the Jackpot is $375.00 and may goeven What Price Glory.Dan DaileyNATTCENTEK lege students, enlisted In the Naval -
220. P. E. Jenkins Ph.
Highway had appeared as a nice, leisurelyduty
higher Reserve receive six wee k straining
83524. bacame one of intense ac- Thurs. 31 8))
July ((6
I Hearty welcomes to Chiefs Joe for two summers. Upon
'
Duplex apt. 4405: Melrose St. Mrs. Casque and Walter Shinkarow tivity as Capt. Day undertook Son of Pale Face.... .....Bob Hope graduation! and completion of HOC
Dinkins, Ph. 8-6834. the intricate planning and inspection .
I Fri.lIg. 1 ((6, 8))
..our two new managers and training, they are commissionedas
Will share home. $15 wk. 5106
per of the expansion
pro Rancho
best wishes to Chief Bruce Pendle- ensigns in the Naval Reset ',-e.
Appleton Ave. Lakeshoie. Mrs. gram. Notorious Marlene DietrichSat. ,
ton upon his forthcoming marriage Since this program was openedto
LeCt and. Ph. 27216.
to Miss Mildred Doubeily. ., Aug. 1 ('I, 8)) women in 1950 194 have par-
SALE In the Jacksonville area alone Woman In Question .....Jean Kent .
28 ticipated.The
Monday July the general assembly
Travelong trailer 21 ft. $850, meeting elected the following construction contracts ranged to Sun., Aug. 3 ((2, 6, 8)) uniform I worn by the
terms.!! Riverview Trailer Court. $25 million. The expansion of The Happy Time..........Chas. Boyer
officers: Board of Governors Waves was created by the famous -
Mr. H. Atkinson. Cecil Field; the construction of Mon. & Tut", Aug. 4-5 ((6, 8))
Chief M. G. Harrison designer Mainbocher. It
Spartan Imperial Mansion Trailer I fuel storage tanks, railway sid
(NATTC) at large, and Chief I Story of Robinhood-Richard Todd is functional! yet feminine, stress-
will sacrifice $2,600 equityin ings and loading piers at the
W..d. Aug. G ((6, 8)) I
Victor Adams, Fleet Air Wing 11. ing the simple lines which must
1951 for $1400. Coachville tI I Navy Fuel Depot; extension of Confidence Girl .......Tom Conway suit many Individual!!
Trailer Couit Blvd. I the east-west at the station
Normandy runway NAVAL HOSPITAL I
The Hindu fakir kept biting his -S S5
>8 ml. from Cecil Field. H. A. I nails-now he has no place to and erection of a jet repair Thu,.., July 31 ((6, 8)) I Son of Pale Face ............Bob Hope
Thomas. I sleep. shop; and completion of May- Lure of theWilderness MOM., Aug. 4 ((6, 8))

Unfurn. 2-bdrm. house. Timuqua- port as a Navy Auxilary Landing I ... Jean Peters The Happy Time ...Chas. Boyer

na &'Seaboard Sts. $8, 85. total.or Field and Carrier Turning Basin; I FrI., Aug.: 1 ((6. 8)) I Tiies.. .\IIg. 5 ((6, 8))
$2.000 down. Hugh Jackson, I II I-- :. ." f kept station personnel busy and Last Train From I Woman In Question Jean Kent

Ph. 2-4891. I ::.t- ., required additional staff members Bombay Jon Hall \Vetl., Aug. 6 ((6, 8))

Five-rm. house. Payments $49.20 I ; : to carry out the work. Sat., Aug. 1 ((7)) 1 I Story of Robinhood Richard Todd
per mo. 1284 Rensslaer Rd. E. iG1-: .. But activity is what Capt. Day

E. Rowe, Ph. 8-6550. I S"'". l'l'I most enjoys. During World War ;, i
-
34ft. Emperial Custom Trailer II he was awarded the Distinguished z (, :

Trouts Trailer Court, Roosevelt \' Y Flying Cross while par

Blvd. Mr. Austin, Ph. ext. 8351. '( ticipating as Commander, Patrol ;
MISCELLANEOUS: s Squadron 51 in the Aleutian Islands
-
Ride wanted from 11th & Tally- i ji J campaign. Later he commanded ,
,;; 'J' I
rand to NAS. Hrs. 0730-1600. i t 10 ., .' the Naval Air Stationat
Curtis Ely, Ph. ext. 340. r Vero Beach; Fleet Air Wing

Ride wanted from Lane Ave. btwn. 9; the carrier escort vessel USS

Ramona & Normandy Blvd. 'II. Cruz; and Fleet Air Wing 11. I I

0730-1600. Betty Herrington, Ph. t Capt. lay is a native of New

ext. 711. York City; a graduate of the Naval -
Ride wanted from 5130 AppletonAve. Academy, Class of '24; and

Lakeshore to NAS Nurs- J. : ? was designated as a naval aviator

... in 1929.
ery. 0730-1610. Mrs. Douglas, '. '
;: Ph. ext. 8466. fr. 45
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l Ride wanted from Ortega Bridgeto r'/ > Sign painter's ad: ''I made .

NAS. 08001630. Jean Leech, signs before I could talk"

Ph. 88-7770. ,., ,
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Baby sitter, 1140-A Allegeney St. Girl to escort: "Let's have a ,
NAS. Pat Luckey. cocktail first-I never eat on an i

S Baby sitter, 1212-A, Hancock St. empty stomach." I

NAS. Jeaniece Vaughn, contact
before 1900. SHE ALSO SWIMS -Nancy A couple of feuding cats were
Gates, NBC and Hollywood about to have a duel 'Shall we PURPLE HEART-Cpl. Herbert Torrence Is awarded the Pur-
'Tis better to have loved a short actress, takes to water as easilyas fight to the death," demandedone pie Heart at a formal guard mount by Capt. William C. MrEwen.
Torrence was wounded In both knees by shrapnel while serving
she does to a bathing suit.
girl than never to have loved a- She also is an expert tennis "or just make it the best with the First Marine Division in Korea He is still hospitalized .
tall. player and equestrienne. five out of nine lives!" at the Naval Hospital Jacksonville