Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1952
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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Wounded Men Need Blood Give It Today!


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


0 enior Scout New Troining Program

< N Mti9

Units To Visit Slated For Fleet Units

StationSoon o: +: Com Fair Jax To Be CenterOf

M p' .. .r Training AidsDevicesOther

Sixth AnnualEncampment 1&J ( picture on Page 2)

Commander Fleet Air, Jacksonville units will soon have I Ia

HereFor more complete and effective ground training program

available to them when present plans for establishing an
the sixth consecutive year Aviation Training Aids Unit here are completed.
250 Senior Sea Air and
naval aviation ground
Clearing house
Scouts of the Sixth Region will I
training program the Navy has Under the supervision of Lcdr.
hold their annual rendezvous at
already set sister units at
up John E. Tefft, ground training
the Naval Air Station. The Re. other bases and laid the ground officer for Commander Fleet Air

ion incorporates North and Rro K. work for one here. Enough prog- Jacksonville and Lt. C. Amos
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South Carolina, Georgia' and Flor- SURVIVAL KIT-Canned emergency rations and a carbine ress has been made in that phase who will be Officer-in-Charge of

ida. I part of a survival kit displayed in Building 168, are being checkedby here until only the "commissioning the Aviation Training Aids Unit,
Led by "Commodore" John E. Lt. C. Amos, (center), who is to be officer-in-cliarge of the letter" is holding up further Jacksonville, this organizationwill
I new training unit scheduled for Jacksonville. Lt. (jg) Raymond
Montgomery, of Tallahassee and advance and that is expected
A. Jankowski, (left) and James W. Morrow, AMC are his assis act as a central clearing
John L. Shutt representing the momentarily. house for local training aids and

regional staff in Atlanta, the tants.. ____- ____ __ --------.. devices, make reports on train-

Scouts will arrive at the station Reserve Waves Tag With Skull And Crossbones ing utilization and new training

Sunday, Aug. 10, for a full weekof requirements.Lt. .

activity and orientation. The : (jg) Raymond A, Jankow-
majority of the Scouts who range Slated To Train Hazard Hunters Hounl ski will be assistant to Lt. Amos:
from 14 to 18, won appointmentto
while James W. Morrow, AMC
the rendezvous by outstanding 2 Weeks at NAS I will handle certain administrative
performance in their i home '
troops. Stol on Danger Areas and coordinating duties. The

f I Four Wave Reserve officers are remaining complement will be

The Navy this has putting in two weeks' training (Picture on Page 3)) made up of 42 Tradevmen 10
year been I I
duty this week and next instructors Four Hazard Hunters. Seamen and one Yeoman, with
able to provide short flights, as I wearing Charles --L--: Lonng: Supply end I II that number to be increased as ..
for the third annual skeleton dress will be seen I
probably in R4Ds over the Jack I
Fiscal Officer, pledged his
sup new personnel are needed or a*
Wave Recruit Training School throughout the station in search
sonville and all cruisesin
area, day I
of the with the
port program trained personnel become avail-
an ATA (auxiliary tug) obtained held at the Naval Air Station. I I of hazardous areas beginning statement:
through facilities of the Thirteen "boots", all of whom this week. Such spots will be ap-
Sixth Naval District in Charleston. I i propriately tagged with stickers I 'It is now doubly importantthat Other Units
joined the inactive with.
Such coveted events were reserves bearing skull and crossbones. All Hands heed safety regulations Subsidiary organizations urn

not scheduled a year ago due to I in the past year are enrolled. Robert Taylor, Safety Superin and instructions. Lost tentatively to established at

the uncertain world situation. I They are now being indoctrinat. tendent, in cooperation with department time accidents mean lost man Cecil Field Naval Air Station

The remainder of the week's ed into the ways of the regular heads and safety officials -I, hours of work, and with theNavy's Sanford Naval Auxiliary Air

program will be devoted to observation 'Navy through a program basedon instigated this method 01 present austerity program Station and at Key West. Com-
of the duties boot training at the Naval noting unsafe working conditions. I it cannot afford this extrava- mander Fleet Air Jacksonville

formed many per I Center, Bainbridge, Md. The stickers will remain in gance. Needless to say that thep territory extends from Glynco,
by Naval personnel, and
recreational t place until the hazards have been I ;on; having an accident enjoys Ga., to Key West so other stations -
activities such
as I eliminated. The program will it least of all" I ( will probably be includedin
swimming and athletics, windingup The training consists of class
continue indefinitely althoughthe Alfred Szarmanski, a foremanin the program.
with a dance Friday night. es, drill athletics, and observa
The dance will be attended by tion of the many duties performed skeleton suits will be dis- the Supply Department, regards In addition to the initial stocks

local girls. by Waves in the regular Navy. carded at the end of the month. safety as an insurance pol of training devices the local unit

S. The school is the only one pro- It is anticipated that the plan icy. He suggests: "If you prac will have for issue to supportedfleet

An adult leader for 10 vided for recruits within the will promote the safety campaign' tice Safety, you are insuring units, it will eventually attain -

Scouts will be present during every the Sixth Naval District. Among the among all employees, encouraging I I yourself against injury. The cost : custody of all training aids

rendezvous. Lt. Dave A. Barks- events scheduled are a cruise by all-out effort to abolish any is ((1)) Cooperate fully in they'I and devices now in custody of

dale, public information officerof crash boat to Green Cove Springs I safety ''hot spots." 1! Safety Program, (2)) See that I shore based fleet units. This will
When the Supply Department all hazards eliminated, and include of aviation
the station, is acting as liaison Naval Station, and tours of the I are supervision
officer between the Scouts and station and the Naval Air Tech was checked last Friday, Comdr (3)) Always use safety devices." ; film libraries wherever available -

the Navy. nical Training Center. .
I Aids Available
Lcdr. Caroline L. Nardin, of
Anderson, S. C., heads the in. Training programs and doctrines -
BLOOD BlINK established in
structors staff She is assisted by already
Lt. Maiwurm of Asheville I fleet air groups will be supported r
BOX SCORE Shirley __ _
additional aids
N. C.; Lt. Nancy L. Raperof by providing ,
Scheduled Met Lexington, N. C., and Lt. Bes'l devices, literature and demon
umber Qllota strations of operation and techniques -
sic W. Gilliland, of
')I NARTU 7 642.8% to be used with these I issues
Miss. Lt. Maiwurm and Lt. Gilli- 4
FAW 11. 13 215.3%
1 as well as limited assistance
land were on the staff a year
Public Works ._ 24 125.0% from Tradevmen In preparing )

Operations _....._ 12 125.0% ago : new programs.

Comm. ._ ....... 4 .100.0% t All requests from fleet air
The recruits are from North
Indus Rela 2 100.0%
m I groups for films, charts, posters,
Medical........ ...._ 2 100.0% and South Carolina, Alabama, I mock-ups and models will be

NATTCenter _..253 99.2% Tennessee and Florida. Amongthe processed by the Aviation Training -
latter are Elizabeth D. Deas
Cecil Field 87.5%
----- Aids Unit, Jacksonville and
Supply 00'__.____ .__.. 16 59.2% St. Augustine; Lois E. Tebbe, St. advised on by that organization

Res. Fleet ._..........85 57.6% Petersburg, and Alene A This is to insure against duplic-
ComFairJaJC __n 9t 53.3* Schnapp, West Palm Beach. 1
of valuable
ity or stockpiling
o & R .._......... ...115 40.8% I. .
material as well as to expedite
Administration .._ 3 33.3%
Grn. Cv NAS .... 33 2S.5% Weather OutlookWeather obtaining them.
Close liaison will be
Hospital ..........._ 21 23.8% kept with
the Mobile Ordnance and Rearming
to warm up over .y
Fla. Mil. Dist. m..5 20.0%
Engineers .. ...... 13 0.0% week-end reports NAS Aerology: j Detachments: and the Naval .

Marines ... ...... 10 0.0% Friday, Saturday an'd Sunday a<.:4io [ """ _<:!,,,,m.r.l. 1 I I Air Mobile Trainers assigned -
Partly cloudy with widely scattered GETS BATTLE "E"_A congratulatory handshake is offered to this area and recommendations :
Serv, _.... 4
Spec. 0,09n Comdr. James C. Houghton, skipper of VP-5, by Captain Wallace will
AIM ..._...._....._.__ 4 thundershowers. Tempera.. B. I\lechllnK, Chief of Staff (right, Commander Air Force, Atlan be made concerning
Dental .....__._.__ 1 O.O% tures will rise with south, southeasterly tic Fleet, during a presentation of a second consecutive Battle their utilization to CommanderAir :
winds. Efficiency: / "F" award last week to VP-5. Force, Atlantic 'FteeOur \..


Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 7 August 1952


Joxnjgjifs Weekend Billets Open WavesIn For usering-ouf[ Pay Due II!

100 Dollar Payments
. Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air Local NARTU
Station. Jacksonville, Fla.
Naval Air Reserve Training Washington AFFS) Personnel .
NAS, Jacksonville ter the U S. Military Academy
Capt. Douglas T. Day ._.. ..........................._Commanding Officer Unit is seeking young ladies to i on active duty can expect Naval Academy or Coast Guard
Comdr. James H. Armstrong ..................... .... ......... Executive OfficerLt. train as Wave recruits in the their mustering-out pay in $100 Academy.
Dave Barksdale.._............_...._..._.....Public Information Officer Naval Air Reserve. These young installments, the Defense Depart-
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear ladies will take their place along ment has announced. 5. Personnel whose only service -

Adm. Osborne B. Hardison....._..........__........... Commander side the "Weekend Warriors" who Regulations and procedures for has been as a cadet or midshipman -
Capt. Howard V.: Hopkins.__.._...._....._...._..._......_.Chief of Staff train at NARTU and will be administering mustering-out pay in the three Service
Fleet Air Wing Eleven known as "Weekend Waves." authorized by the recently signed academies or in a prep schoolfor

Capt. Arthur S. Born ....... ....._......._................._.-.............. Commander. They will be eligible to join the K-Vet Bill were also outlined in candidates to one of the
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton......_._.._...._....__._... Chief Staff Officer. Reserve and drill Service schools. .
organized on the announcement Only veterans i
Naval Air Technical Training Center one week-end each month and already honorably dischargedor Personnel who ere honora

Capt. Lester K. Rice ..... ......._...._..._..___......._... Commanding Officer also serve an annual fourteen- discharged in order to reer
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart_..._..........................__.....Executive Officer released will receive the pay will ,
day period of active duty with ment in a lump sum. They must, also receive musteringpay
Naval Hospital their squadron each They in monthly $100 installments.
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton._......___........____Commanding Officer year. however, request paymentthrough will have the
Capt. T. F. Weinert.........___................_....__._.. Executive Officer will receive full Navy pay and application.The They option of col.
NARTU allowances for their training, in- new law stipulates that lecting the money either at the I

Capt. Easton B. Noble _.._.._..__._..__.._Commanding Officer cluding four days pay for each mustering-out pay will be paidto time of discharge or at the end \

Comdr. Anthony Trusso.......__.__......_.-..__.__..._.. Executive Officer week-end served at NARTU. enlisted personnel and officers of their reenlistment period.
Just like their male contemporaries below the grade of major Personnel who have been dis-

Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension the feminine Naval Air and lieutenant commander.The charged to reenlist before the

8184! and 216. Reservists will be able to advance exact sum of the paymentsare passage of the K-Vet bill and

The JAX AIR NEWS If published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station, in rate and will build given as $100 for less than who are eligible for the mus-
Jacksonville. Florida I and printed commercially with non-app rop dated funds
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-3S, Rev. points toward retirement for 60 days service, $200 for more tering-out pay should first contact -
distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the
Nov. 1945. Copies are their week-end service. their personnel officersfor
Natal Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field, and than 60 days service without
the U. S. Naval Hospital. I Enlistment as a Wave recruit foreign duty, and $300 for more verification of their separ-
Editor-Douglas J. Huggard is open to physically qualified than 60 days service including ation and then their Finance ,

Staff Members: Mary Bixiones, JOSN; Dave Devroy SN; John young women between the ages foreign duty.Personnel officers to begin processingtheir t
Charvat, AN; Barbara Kemp, SN; Helen Harper.The of 18 and 28. They may be married claim for payment. "
JAX AIR NEWS li a member of the Armed Forces Pies Service. honorably discharged -
AFPS material appearing; In this publication may not be lepilnted withoutthe or single, however, married or released after June 26, 1952 Veterans discharged or released -
written permission I of Armed Forces Press Service Republication of other women are not qualified if they
matter, except by service publications, Is prohibited without permission ol are eligible for the pay except: before the passage of the bill
Editor JAX AIR NEWS.Don't have dependent Children under have until July 16, 1954 to sul
the age of 18. 1. Personnel transferred or mit informal I
an application 1
returned to the retired list who
Waves with prior military ser- the lump
sum payment.
Be A "Big Sucker"Beware vice may re-enlist in the Naval receive retirement or retainer with the application must be the
pay. Those retired or separatedbecause
Reserve and retain the highest original copy of Report of Sep-
previous rate held if they are be- of physical reasons are aration from the Armed Forcesof

tween the ages of 18 and 50'i. excepted. the United States (DD214). i
The "Eight Ball"This They are also bound by the rule 2. Personnel who are discharged -
The application should be on :
of not having dependent children or released on their own re-
8xl0! 2.lnrh paper and containthe
below the age of 18. quest to accept employment and
( Is the fourth In a series of articles In conjunction with the following:
Information the "WeekendWave" have not served outside the con-
service-wide program (Protection of Moral Standards).
training program may be tinental limits of the U. S. a. Veteran's name and address!,
Lt. Col. Paul S. Trietel I
received from the NARTU Recruiter 3. Personnel whose total printed or typed.b. .
Many people use the term "esprit de corps" in referring to the pe-
at the NARTU hangar, riod of service has been"as a Service number, serial num.
morale of certain well known military organizations ,without ever
Bldg. J13, Naval Air Station, or student in a civilian institution. ber or file number.
defines de corps"as I
mentally analyzing the term. The dictionary "esprit
by telephoning 2-7711, ext 360. I 4. Personnel discharged to en- c. Statement that he was not I
"Common devotion of members to an organization.
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discharged or released from active -
"Esprit de Corps"Let

ir3 duty to accept employment !
us analyze a few famous organizations that became famousfor
without service outside the U. S.
their "esprit de corps," such outfits are the British Commandos,
the American Rangers, the Russian Cossacks, and even the German d. Statement that he is not now

Storm Troopers under Hitler. Why were these organizations all serving on active duty.e. .

great fighting units and famous for their esprit? This can be answered Statement" that he has' not re-

in one word "Elimination." Yes, all these organizations ceived any mustering-out pay

through careful screening eliminated the weak ones among them; I ment or that he has not or will

not the physically weak, but those that were morally weak. Each not make any other application i;a

man joining the organization was carefully screened and once ac- for the mustering-out payment t

cepted, still remained under constant surveillance during training. I for service after June 26, 1950.f. .

"Teamwork"These : Statement as to whether or
famous outfits earned their fame through teamwork. I not he has had any foreign serv-
Every man on the team had a job to do and did it. These teams ice and the date of his return to

were great fighting machines because they were fortunate enough I the U. S. E

to be able to eliminate their "eight balls." Each man knew that the i .

man on his right and the man on his left was of high moral character -.
and would fulfill his part of any bargain.The The Fighting 69th

U. S. Navy can no longer afford the luxury of careful

screening of individuals, because of the rapid expansion requiredto Plan Open HouseIn

meet the present emergency.
Avoid The "EightBall"What 1
.__ ._a- New QuartersThe
-- I
can you, as an individual, do about the ever present'eightball"
A LOT OF HEADACHES. John I.. Hobson recently gave
that is disrupting the teamwork in your outfit? There the 20,000th written prescription at the NATTC dispensary to Fighting 69th, a local i
are three courses of action available to you within lawful boundaries Walter T. Goben, I1M3. to be filled out. Since the dispensary open- I branch of the national organization i
: ed in !March 1951 20,000 prescriptions have been filled. The pre upholding the standards of .
scription shop hands out an of about 100
average shots and 5,000
Avoid the "eight ban the 6th
a. APC each week also.Don't I and 9th commandments,
b. Discourage rather than encourage his actions through the will hold open house on Sunday, I

offering of advice, and by setting an example for him to follow. August 10, at their newly acquired ;

c. By realizing that his improper performance of duty and Throw Bottles Away clubhouse located in

his low moral character place an added burden on you while at Building 802. 1

work; place a stigma upon you through affiliation; and, because of An invitation is extended to all ;

his warped viewpoint on life, he jeopardizes your very life, limb Loss of Them Costs YouBottles hands who wish to attend. The
and personal property; thereby justifying your action in reportinghim doors will open at 1700 with plen.

to the proper authorities in order that he may be corrected in .. ty of entertainment from a tid-
time, or be eliminated if he has an incurable recalcitrance or if he are being -lost- in Navy I dly wink tournament to refreshments -,'
is guilty of moral turpitude. Exchanges all over the United I across the counter or patron losses and dancing. "

High !Moral CharacterThe States at the rate of one every at other units aboard the sta- Under the guidance of Comdr.
old adage, "One rotten apple will spoil a barrel of apples"is second. NAS Jacksonville is no I John J, McGowan, NAS Cath-

not true in the service, because the great majority of the men in exception. Bottle losses are con- Approximately $8,000 was lost olic chaplain, members of the J

service today are of high moral character, upholding the oath which tinuously increasing and Navy I to the Station Welfare and Rec- Fighting 69th have created a i

they have taken, and as good American citizens, refuse to be either Exchange is stepping up their reation Fund this year due to combined religious and social J.

influenced or impressed by the ever present "eight ball." program in an effort to halt lost neglect of Navy Exchanges pat group whose purpose is to j

The "eight ball" is easily recognized. He talks in a loud voicein profits. rons in returning these empty achieve better understanding and j

an attempt to be tough, but wears no medals to show that he is Every bottle that isn't returned bottles. This resulted in less relationship among the young r

tough. He borrows money with no intention of repaying. His conver- to its proper place means less money for athletic facilities, hobby people aboard the station.

sation is limited to sex, drinking, and himself. He knows all about money available for dividends. shops, day room facilities and Founder of the local group was j l.

the law, but has never opened a law book. He can always be counted These losses are losses to you many other recreational activi- the former Catholic Chaplain,

upon such sage words of advice as "You don't have to take that since they come out of Navy Exchange ties.Did Father John J. Burns, who with 1 l',' .

stuff from him" or "They can't make you do that." operating expenses. you ever realize that the Trudy Parascandola, TD3, pre- '

"Don't fee A Sucker" The Welfare and Recreation Navy Exchange could charge you siding officer of the club, broughtthe

Remember that the "eight ball" is usually a garrulous and like- Fund loses two cents for every extra for every bottle that your Fighting 69th Into existencein

able sort, so don't be taken in by him as he is constantly on the empty bottle that fails to make an drink comes in? But it has placedits March 1952.

alert for a new sucker. Right now you may be receiving the per- appearance. Over 1,200 cases of trust in you, knowing you will Other officers include Ken

sonality treatment in preparation for joining his sucker list. Don'tbe empties were lost from vending return the bottle when you are Stewart SN, vice-president; '

a sucker and do your part to keep the ever present "eight ball" machines alone last month. That finished. Be worthy of that trust. Marge Oleson, secretary and Pic ,
does not include sales Return all empties! Ed
permanently submerged in the "side pocket. figure I Major, master-at-arms.

2 ; 7 August. 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three-

r, Vote ScheduledOn
} :
To Performance

Members Voted Changes Of

; Rating Boards Laws of SocietyA

referendum vote pertainingto
New Performance Rating Boardof changes in the constitution and

Review members and alter by-laws of the Employees Mutual
nates were selected in the recent Death Benefit Society will be put ;

station election. : to the membership soon, it was '

Designated as employee mem- ir reported by the Board of Trus

bers were Albert L. Betancourt, tees.The

Supply and Fiscal to the Group proposed changes concern

IVb Board; Louis LaGrande, Ov- Section IV of Article IV and retired )

l and Repair, to the Group members retaining member- "

II "haul ; Lonnie E. Hayes, ship in the Society. At present the I,

. Works to the Group II & by-laws specify that if any employee ;

III (Other) Board; and Milton H. .. was a member in good

Lazarus, Overhaul and Repair, to 1;<. standing in the society for five

,. ( the Group II & III, Overhaul and years immediately preceding the

': repair Board. date of retirement, he may retain

i I his membership.

Alternate employee members
chosen were Gordon L. King, INFORMAL INSPECTION-"Patches", the training dummy in the background that is used for The new proposal would pro-

Supply and Fiscal to the Group t equipment displays came in for his share of attention last week when Captain Howard V. 'Hopkins vide in the case of disability retirement -
I (right) Chief of Staff, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, accompanied by Lt. C. Amos, (center)
IVb Board Czerl B. Corbin Overhaul that a person was ,

; 168
and Lt. (jg) Raymond Jankowski, conducted an inspection of the survival room in Building ,
and Repair to the Group but right now the interest is centered on a signal mirror held by Captain Hopkins. This room will an employee of NAS Jackson-

IVa Board; Ezra Cotton, Public be a part of the new training aides and devices program of ComFairJax. ville for a peroid of at least five
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Works to the Group II & III years before disability retirementand
Ancy/ostomcr Braziliense Can Get i You Too I
t (Other) .Board and Theron D. a member in good standing .

I'' Whidden, Jr., Overhaul and Repair Soldier In Korea in the Society for a period of at

to the Group II & III, O&R Stercoralis least one year prior to such sep-

Board. Asks for Letters Strongyloides aration* he may retain his mem

bership by continuing to pay assessments
Term of office for these mem-

rl I A ---bers is for a period of two years.The when due and payable.

Performance Rating Boardof From This AreaSeems Wait For Unwary VictimsThe In the case of age retirement,

Review is composed of a chair. .. the proposed change would pro

man who is designated by the like some of the folksat ongyloides Stercor vide that if a person was an em-

home are neglecting the morale Almost all animals have worms, ployee of NAS Jacksonville, fora
S. Civil
director of the fifth U. alls will get if don'twatch I
of fighting in you you in a semi-tropical climate least five before
Service employee our men I especially period of at years -
j region, an out No kidding! Am
Korea. A letter can be a such as Florida. Barefooted age retirement and was a
member and a management memo that not be the end. You
ber who is appointed by the mighty fine crutch to a fellow's also may be exposing yourself people are usually the victims member in good standing for a

Commanding Officer. I spirit even if it is just a newsy may to Ancylostoma Brazilienseand < of these parasites when they stepIn period of five years, one year of

I one from a stranger.The all kinds of scoses and some animal's droppings. The which must have been prior to

JAX AIR NEWS received stuff. worms can enter the body through separation, his beneficiary wouldbe

The purpose of the Performance this letter last week tiny lesions in the skin. eligible for death benefits.
Rating Board of Review is Many children, during the sum'
to receive and hear appeals of from Korea: mer months, turn up with what ii Can Cause Anemia
The round worm can pass It was the opinion of the Board,
\ employees at NAS Jacksonville; Dear Editor: termed "creeping eruption", actually
through the skin into the body, based on recommendations sub
larvae of hookworms .
Area, Wage and Classification The mail situation is poor caused by the
travel to the lungs, thence to the mitted, that these changes be
j Office; ComNab 6 office; and and has become a source of or Ancylostoma Brazili-!
I small intestine and lodge there, made retroactive to the initiation
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit constant annoyance to me and ense. Cases of Strongyloides Ster-
causing anemia, blood deficienciesand of the organization, and that records
who desire to appeal their performance some of my buddies over here coralis or round worm also make
general lassitude in the victim be checked to
ratings. in Korea. During my time in their presence known during the
who would
those employees
These parasites on
this battle torn country mail summer months.
blood. qualified under the changes. They
"Hear about the Chief? He has been extremely scarce. I Animal Carry Worm from the would then be eligible to rein-
Hook worms come
went blind from drinking coffee." would like to hear from some Carriers for worms are usually transmittedto state their membership in the Society -

"Really? HoW\ did it happen?", of the Jacksonville area resi- animals. Their method of spread- same source and are. : by paying the assessments
the body in a similar manner.
"He left his spoon in the cup. dents. ing to humans quite often it due and payable since their separation -
Julius i C. Early, senior
Yours truly, through a person touching or step- Capt. and may remain members -

"My brother's job as a trimmerin Pfc. Gene Haspe ping on an animal's droppings, in medical officer at the NAS Infirmary as long as they continue

a candle factory keeps him RA 13352660HG which the worms have lodged. stated that there were heir; assessments when due.
three sure fire methods of curb-
busy Saturdays and Sundays"Doesn't Btry. 96th F.A. Bn. There are approximately 1270
"' these attacks. "Get rid of the
I he work during the APO 301, c/o Postmaster Vocalists1anted ing nembers in good standing in the ;
confine them, or always wear
week? pets
San Francisco, CaliforniaP. Society. Changes in the by-laws
"No he only work on wick- shoes. "No one," he added, "is going
S.-Thanks a million. nust be approved by two-thirds
ends." Male Chorus to do all of these things, however
By of the membership.
so the next best thing to do .

is for everybody to take their
i'w i Starting Aug. 18Like pets to the veterinarian and have The Board of Trustees has
;schedule the election of officerso
them treated for worms periodic-
J. to sing' Well bring that ally." run concurrently with the ref-
vd : Official ballots
< rendum vote.
voice out of the shower and Two Week SurveyLt.
1 1t d a.iw -V ontaining space for the writingn
t s6 join the Jacksonville Male Cho- Charles H. Hill, (M.S.C.), candidates for election to
); t rus. It won't take much of your conducteda of
:[ vi USNR, a parasitologist he Board of Trustees, as well as
free time, since the group practices two-week during his annual
'r, survey pace for voting on the proposed
week for two
only once a
I' here with the
training duty
hanges, will be provided to
hours each Monday night.
: Control
Malariology and Mosquito members.It .
The Male Chorus of Jacksonville Unit No. 1 recently. Of forty cats
is anticipated that a notice
extends an invitation to ,I and dogs inspected on the sta.
will be issued by the Board to
male servicemen to appear et tion, 40% of them had worms.
ach member outlining the proposed .
the next regular meeting for an
had than va
Two dogs more one '
audition. changes and procedures for

; riety. the election of new directors.
i $ The dangerousthing about this .
; Applicants should have some
fact is that pets will always be
.3)) experience in choral work and New Medical Pill Aids
found near children. No one wantsto
some training in voice.If Of
Victims Fright
I get rid of their pets, but cer- Stage
1& J Jf
you are interested, attend be elimlated .
i tain safeguards for their children Stage fright may soon
iJ the meeting on Monday, August
J tl should be observed. The veterinarian by

i l I 18, at the Mayflower Hotel Roof can alleviate much troublefor English medical researchers
Garden or instead, contact -
ir both children and medical per have come up with a newly-dis-
F. R. Gardner Receipt Control -
r sonnel overed pellet called mephenesin.
ext. 433; Lawton Green,
Not too many children have had Its original purpose was to relieve
r. Cold Storage, ext. 355; or Joe
: Yr { tense muscles that hinder J
k McManus, Accounting, extension to be treated for this problem as
J yet this summer, but authorities elicate surgery but the effects
8402. I
{ pCl anticipate an increasing number were so relaxing the public

it'i';f '3.a Directed by Dr. Carter Nice, of cases as the summer months speakers, choked-up athletes and !
l other such nonmedical patients ,
the Chorus will begin its 14th pass. ,
have used it
r season on August 18. This win- Safeguard your children by being successfully.

ter's program will include one sure that your pets do not Mephenesin, called the mostersatile

formal concert and a joint operatic : carry any parasites. drug in pharmacy circles -
"DON'T BE IIAAALF SAFE* warns a Hazard Hunter as he production together with the has the unique power ot
with skull and crossbones an electrical hazard of twisted
% tags wires and outlets in the Inventory Branch of the Supply Depart Women's Civic Chorus and several When a woman puts her arm ringing about almost instanta-

, ment. (Left to right) Lucille McDowell, Inventory Auditor, Alfred concert artists. Other concerts I out the car window to signal, the onus mental and physical relax

Szarmanskl, Supply foreman, and Comdr. Charles L. Loring, are planned for neighboring only thing you're sure of is that Lion without affecting coordination -

Supply and Fiscal Officer, make plans to eliminate this danger cities. the; window is open. or consciousness.



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Four JAX AIR NEWS 7 August 1952


VP-3, VF-174 VF-102, Fasron J09. VF-14 Report

I Scouting Jacksonville Area SquadronsVP3 T

I -- -
the skipper to Dick end Marge Moffet. Gale Coins and Bill Rob

A pair of inspections kept Anne and Jim and Fran Wilschkeat erts also passed the E3 exams

squadron personnel on their toes the recent "Splash Party",, and are now eligible to put on

Officers wives and guests were of a'Sea.
last week. Patrol SquadronThree's the three blue stripes
in attendance at the O Club pool l man.
Comdr. Louis E.
where thoroughly enjoyed
DeCamp\ held Captain's Inspection everyone
themselves.Jim Fasron 109
and shortly after the crew
participated in a FAW-11 ceremony Wilschke. proved to one FASRon 109 lost several of i its

that honored VP-5 with and all that he was the high members this week with the

the coveted Navy "E". board champ while Bill Parks transfer of Jesse Minyard, ATCto [ '

Good Conduct awards were garnered honors for the most NATTC, Jax., Lloyd Barrow, : : t'r .

presented to Johnny B. Thur water consumed unintentionally.: CS2 to the "mighty Mo" and tjt ,

Executive officer Lcdr. Thomas Tom Herrman, YNSN to Yeoman
mond AL2 James AE3
Wright, ,
Martin put more ice down peoples school at Bainbridge, Md.
Frank Brooks, AD2, Robert Mitchell
backs than was used to keep Having, decided civvies have
AT1T), a second award to
the beverage cold. the blues Reinhold -
edge on Navy
A. W. Parker, AL2, and a third I
checked out Ott AT2 Graham Lukens &e
ward to Vernon Hlubek, ALL Lt. Lee Boutte ; ;'
last week to report as a staff AK2; Dick Smith, AL3; Edwin JI
Yancy Blackmon, AK3, led the NAS Con- Etton AM3 and Cleveland Stan- .
member at Memphis. ,
squadron's crack drill team I I A REGULAR NOW-After 11 years of naval service, Ilolcomb +,
well done iley A03 reported to the NAS
job ,
gratuations on a
of the Flag Administrative Unit, has a ,
through its paces during the Air C. Sands, YNSC, (right)
with VP-3 and best of luck on anew Separation.. Center. long time desire fulfilled by shipping over into the regular Navy ,
Wing inspection. Nothing but
Commanding Officerof "
assignment. from his reserve status. Lt. Robert ,
favorable comments were received VF-14 the FlagAdUnit, Is swearing the chief in. JU
following the demonstration.
VF-174 .24 July, dropped the hookin 11 Year Dream Fulfilled 1 1I

Not only was Captain Fitz- Phaelron Bay, just outside of I:
Intramural softball came to a I _
hugh Lee, commanding officer of Athens, Greece. Amid traditional --
torrid close at the end of July,
the USS FDR, made an honorary ceremony the squadron remained Chief Realizes Goal
VP-3's notching third
charges a
member of the "Hell Razor"squadron at quarters for entering port
berth. Francis Lombardi
place> recently but the squadron while the port city of Piraieus

AOC, piloted the athletes throughthe him with the into view.
also presented came

Departed final two for rounds.points unknown, Distinguished Patience Medal 1 As soon as the liberty parties Ships In Regular Nuvy

Indian Cam
and the One-Eyed went ashore the inevitable touts
utter receiving their dischargesfrom
paign Medal, during an informal were arranged and soon busloadsof Though solemn when he raised his right hand and repeatedthe

the Separation Center, were ceremony aboard that carrier. Lt. sailors were started on their words that "shipped him over" into the regular Navy from
Sidney Delaune AT2T) Charl-
John Houle made the presenta- way toward the Acropolis and reserve status, Holcomb C. Sands, YNSC, of the Flag- Administrative
Woolfolk A02 Edward
tions. nearby Corinth. Unit, was probably one of the happiest men on the base last
Knox, AM2, Norman Roberts,
Winners of the VF-174 plane The "Tophatters" wound their week.
AT3, David Set un sky, AM2,
captain team of the week com to the Parthenon and
way up the genial little
Richard Pascoe, ATAN, Vic For years was placed in the V-6 reserve
petition for the three weeks Acropolis from where they hada Chief has been serving with the I
Sorenson, YN3, Don Sternberg, I program. Since then he has been
since that unit inaugurated the view of the
magnificent ancient
AT3and James Williams, YNSN. Navy in a reserve status and allj in an active reserve status, then
honorary contest have been W. city of Athens. Practically that time he only waitinghis -
James Kelly, ATI, was trans was into an inactive status and back
F. Bennett, ADI, and L. D. Bart- in the squadron participated
everyone chance to drop the reserve
ferred to NATTU NAAS, El. again into the active reserves.
ruff, ADAN; J. Parker, AD3, andB. in the tours offered.On tag. Last week, after learning he
Centro, Calif., for duty while Sandwiched in between those
E. Sterling, AN; and L. J. the 25th an ell day
had the exam
Thomas Lux, ALC, received orders necessary highlights he managed to be in ,
Mundling, AD2, and W. H. Payntar tour was arranged including not and was granted the permissionby
to duty at NATTC, Memphis on the second battle of the
AA. The men chosen on the only the beauties of inflation the Navy Department he had
Tenn. James Tucker left Philippine Sea, complete his ,
basis of individual merit and rocked Athens where 15,000 his chance and took it.
Naval Barracks Naval Com-
for the work toward a Bachelor of
outstanding attributes duringone Drachmas equal one American .
Station, Annapolis, Md. mercial Science degree by attending -
of the three weeks. dollar, but also the famed land
Herbert EskinSj AD3, and Del- Although he enlisted in the night school, and serve
The "Hell Razor" officers managed marks of ancient Corinth.
bert Elmore, were received for Navy in 1941, lor the "draft' on nine naval stations or ships.
to hang the usual defeat on Athens itself is one of the
duty from Argentia, Newfound- board was putting a lot of people
Now that he is in the regular
to the chief petty officers duringthe most beautiful cities in Europe, Chief Sands
in the
land. How's the climate boys. army",
at last Chief Sands happily -
squadron's "annual" Gitmo its architecture being among the Navy ,

Shipping over for the traditional Bay beer bust, but at least one finest in the world. The surrounding agrees he is "certainly a 20-

six were t Edward Baron, Well man" but thinks he mightbe
observer reported the officers countryside is very Knows Him year
AO1, and Rhodes Robinson, little too old to 30 since
a try
unfairly used the two platoon similar to that seen in certain

AMC. system. parts of the United States, namely A Gray Lady on duty In a he already admits to being 38.

New officers aboard includeLt. "Poi Belly" Farady pitchedhis the mountain states in New Florida military hospital was Only eight of his 11 years of

J. S. Daniels, Lt. A. J. Schou, to convalescent .
and Ore- surprised see a service count toward retirement.The
usual stellar game, (one England, Washington,
Lt. Jim Langston, Lt. G. J. Hart- sailor shining the soles for
other three count only
strike, then four' balls) with gon and California on the Pacific
wick and Lt. Hank Cason. of his shoes.
"Scatter Throw" Watson also seaboard.All "Big; inspection longevity pay.Report .

Baby gifts were presented by living up to his reputation. After is not tours and liberty for coming up," exp alned the 1 .

this contest was over the officers the "Tophatters" for Lt Bob sailor "But nobody's going to

went on to even greater Brown has accumulated over 200 inspect the bottom of your RequiredOf
shoes! said the volunteer.
glories by defeating a picked carrier landings while Lt. Al

team of white hats. Hansen; Lt. (jg) Bill Cleland; "Oh, yeah, you don't know the Lost Or Found
Captain who's running this
waited Felix Craddock Lt. "A.
Confirmation is being Lcdr. : ;
inspection." The Gray Lady
for a vague and puzzling rumor G. Wellons and Lt. John Harper
gasped, "Don't know the Captain Articles At Once
that "Skipper" larrobfno is have over 100 landings in F4U's
? .I've been married to
Grand Potentate of Local #29 alone.
him for 25 years!" According to station regulations
Grand Haitian Voodoo Council Recently departed the squadron
any lost or found article
and that he has lined up numerous are Bill Spruiell, AF2 for
should be Immediatelyto
recruits for the time when NATTC, Corpus Christi; and the Mediterranean, Cannes offers reported
the Lost and Found Service,
VF-174 next drops the "hook" in Aaron Jacobs on an emergency miles of while sand beach
located in the Pass & Identifica-
that vicinity. leave to Georgia. and numerous sidewalk cafes.
tion Office Building 9.
Y o{ Still stalwartly sailing the Probably one of the most for ,
r At
\T-102 seven seas, simulating a slew of tunate of the "Tophatters"" was The loser of any articles should

From the US S Corrigador, Sinbads are the intrepids of VF- Ensign Fred Blechman, who escorted 'notify the secretary to the Exec-

Lcdr. Charles Ruiz reported 14, who have since visited two one of seven Dallas, Texas utive Officer, extension 398, KB

officer France's ports models in Cannes as part of a soon as possible so that'the loss
aboard as the new Executive of more renown '
while his predecessor, act Marseille and Golfe Juan on the fashion show, around town with may be publicized in the Plan of I

ing exec. Lt. Harris Mitchell fabled Cote' De Zure (Riviera). all expenses paid. the Day.
commences his shore duty around Marseille was the first French Ensign Don Flynn couldn't be

the middle of August. Best port hit and offered the crew distinguished from one of the natives The finder of any articles

) wishes from all hands go to both some of the best liberty yet on while astride the seat of should promptly turn it in to the

officers in their new assignments.The the cruise. Just southwest of the his rented hot rod motor-bike. Chief of Police, Building 13, who

fair sex in Virginia are town stands the famed Chateau lIe, rented the popular European in turn will deliver it to the Lost

getting a break with the impending d'If from which the Count of gadget in Cannes and toured the Property Office in Building 9, for

LI arrival of Mike Milano- Monte Cristo made his perilious countryside in great style. return to the owner if he can be

1 I vich, ADC who has been trans- escape. Tours were arranged Utilizing their time in a dif located.

'j 1Y Y ., ferred to NAS, Norfolk for both during the daylight hours ferent manner were John Tew Each article found should havea

shore duty.VF102's. and at night through the castle and Bob Powell who advancedto tag attached with the finder's

structural crews are and surrounding area. SN while John Wilson made name written thereon. Losers of

.. burning the midnight oil chang A favorite haunt of the "Top AN.The articles should inquire at the Lost

ing the old mineral base hydraulic hatters" was a resort called "La squadron has been con Property Office. The lost article

} fluid with the new non in- Palm Beach" where the crew had ducting flight operations since may have been found and turned

t Wilson M. Alexander, ATC, flamable hydralube in the FG- the chance to seethe bikini bath. its departure from the Riviera. in.

of VP-5 (UtiI is awarded 6 ing suit exhibited.One By this reading they will have .

Air flying Medals Crosses and 2 Distinguished for heroic ID's.Now sporting the last word in day after departing Mar visited and departed Athens, When the owners of lost articles

action in the South Pacific three green stripe motifs are seille the Carrier dropped hookin Greece. Next week there will be cannot be located, the prop ,

during World War II. Presen- Dean Drayer, Bill Gridley, Jim Golfe Juan, located just four more of the activities of the erty shall be disposed of in ac- rl t

tation was made by Comdr. Griffen Fred Dickhaus, Bob miles from Cannes. Consideredby "Tophatters" in the Med it er- cordance with procedure approv- mf/
James C. CO of VP-
5. Houghton, Ashley, Paul Aderton, and Art many to be the best liberty in ranean. i I ed by the Executive Officer.Page .


7 August 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

f NATTC To Have yei'k NATTC Students

Air Conditioned Complete Testing

tc '.
> Instruction ClassFirst

Navy. Exchange Fundamentals of Testing

class given by the Training Fa-
$ Authorities et NATTCenter announced ,
cilities Department of the NATT-
I. '
: today that the Navy Ex-
Center was graduated last week.
:; change Eldg. 517, is being com- 44r; tfr The new in-service course is

'. pletely air conditioned for the designed to provide school per-

Ill' comfort of all Navy Exchange sonnel with instruction iii the

/ customers using the Center's facilities basic principles and practices of

: .. testing. I-

%' The air conditioning plant con- Classes of twelve men will MJ;'

sists of five 15-ton units which meet for two hours each day 'if"'

, ';' are so located throughout the during the two week curriculum *ll
tf'" building,that all: facilities, except and receive training in types and ,I

the laundry pickup room, will be classification of tests, interpre- "

comfortably. cool. tation of test data, test evalua-

v This includes the retail store, tion, analysis of test items and ):

.' the restaurant, the fountain-area test construction. i

including Snug Harbor and dining _"..'"'" .. ... ft -...-.......... -.------- Although the course is being )
+ area, the crew's barber shop, GRADUATES-First Class to graduate from NATTCenter's new course in Fundamentals of made available to all interested '"
the officers and chief's barber Testing pose for a group shot. Kneeling left to right are Theodore C. Ruescher, AOC; Broadus E. personnel, first consideration will .J}
shop, the tailor shop and the telephone Campbell'ADC; Joe F. Sanborn, AOC; Herbert E. O'Neal, AOC: Vernon A. Boucher, AOC. Standing be given to applicants directly :J
are, left to right, Loris B. Dickson, AEC; S. M. Rea; F. M. Falkenberry; Comdr. Gerald E. rM
connected with the testing
center. Myers; Harry B. Dawson AEC; Paul L. Koontz, AEC. Missing are Willard II. Townsend, AKC; program
Snug Harbor is being completely and John W. Blunk, AEC. in the schools. r

fixtures,renovated en accoustical with new tile light ceiling -I Reserve Officers rsuimmnnmmm scrnm uNmsuim mMmnmNmnmaiaamr nnua u niuisnru W Blue Cross & Blue Shield -

for quietness, and a complete

new interior decoration scheme Invited To Attend .
has been effected.Lt. I

Comdr. John D. Welborn, Monthly MeetingAll Group Memberships OpenEnrollment

NATTC Navy Exchange officer, Reserve officers at NAS MM! etilllllldlliIJl IIIiIII-,:

said "every effort is being made Jacksonville are invited to attend The Waves tenth anniversary in the Blue Cross:
t to have the air conditioning in the monthly meeting of the celebration held Sunday at the Hospitalization and Blue Shield no extra cost. ;1

operation as soon as possible. The Reserve Officers' Association to Roosevelt Hotel was a huge success I Medical-Surgical groups, as well; Increased Benefits t
Public Works personnel installing 13 at with everyone there in a These increased benefits became ,d
be held Wednesday, August as changes to existing contracts,
this have done an'If festive mood. Good music was effective automatically on ;J
..:. system 2000, announced Capt. Fred will be permitted during the ..
'J:;: excellent job and are hoping to Bucky, USAR, president of the provided by "Yehudi"" Bittner, month of August, it was an- August 1, and new contracts and ;

: have it in operation by today." Jacksonville Chapter. otherwise known as Joyce, on the nounced this week by the Industrial new identification cards for J 1,
of air violin and Jackie LeBlanc who Blue Shield members will be 1
Installation conditioning Lcdr. John Baber will give a Relations Department.This t
f is doubled on the piano and guitar. mailed at the earliest possible
in NATTC's Navy Exchange report on the national conventionheld is in accordance with the
one more step in the planned in July at San Antonio, Texas. I The after dinner entertainment request of the Blue Cross-Blue date. Coverages included under ,
the benefits will be 'I
vocal solos new given
included by
improvement of the the Armed Forces
program A report on Shield Organization< because of a
I ; members after 1 whether
Mary Dimick and Joann Win- August ,
Center. Reserve Act which was recently I. recent change in their Blue t
her or not they are in possession of
Recent developments in this passed by Congress and signedby I. disch. Ginny Blackwell gave Shield contract which provides
version of "Five Foot Two" the new ID cards or new con-
program include a complete telephone the president will be given by I added benefits for members at tract.
exchange, where all mili- Col. Louis Gravely, Jr. which brought many chuckles.
tary personnel can easily place Also included on the evening's I Yodeling Jackie LeBlanc add The special opening of the NAS
ed a bit of the old West to the group is for enrollment of non-
will be by
-I'. long distance calls and the recent program reports CREDIT UNIONQUESTION
I atmosphere with several "boots members who desire Blue Cross
opening of a completely new squadron commanders on summer I '
and modern Enlisted Men's Club. training cruises. i and saddle" selections. Unknown BOX and Blue Shield coverage, and '
,_'lf i talent was displayed when Joyce for Blue Cross members who desire
Bittner gave out with "Because"on to add Blue Shield to their

I the Fiddle. QUESTION: Who is eligible for coverage. '

Bornel To Bring Bond I Captain Hopkins, Chief of membership in the Jax Navy May Make ChangesAt

Staff, ComFairJax, performedthe Federal Credit Union? this time also members may-

:4W cake-cutting honorsoncethe Answer: Civilian and military change their contract from singleto

For Three Night Stood I knife was located. Many personnel of the Naval Shore family, or to provide for sponsored ;.
thanks and appreciation are extended Establishments in Duval County contracts for dependent '

to the Captain and his Florida; employees of this children over 19 and through 25 ,

Charlie Barnet has always been f ments like "Skyliner" and "Chre. wife for attending, helping to Credit Union; members of their years of age, such contracts be- ,
make this tenth birthday one to ing placed on a direct payment
band-leaders in and
; one of the top okee" kept in by popular request. Included immediate families; organ
remembered. basis.
the country and he is bringinghis Almost as well-known as a be long izations of such persons.QUESTION .
among the guests were Lcdr. All interested employess are
discoverer of new talent as he is : How is membership
famous orchestra to NATT-
and Mrs. Logan from Jackson directed to submit their applies-
Center, August 11, Mainside, a band-leader, many top flight ville's Navy Recruiting office obtained? cations to their department rep-
I names owe much of their suc- ANSWER: Application for memo
August 12, and the "O" Club Local barracks news Lucy resentatives before the close of
cess to Charlie. Among the stars bership must be submitted in
August 13. Grey slipped a fast one on this business Friday, August 29. Ap-
that have at one time or another writing (signature cards are
When the public demanded news hound when she secretly plications submitted will have
been members of the Barnet or- furnished the Credit Union
plenty of swing and jitterbug took a quick trip to Georgia. by contracts become effective at the
ganization are: Lena Home, Diz- for this purpose), and be ac-
'Twas learned late last week that earliest possible date.Company {
zy Gille'spie, Kay Starr, Fran Lucy is no longer Grey but Mc- companied by an entrance fee Policy

Warren, Frances Wayne and Billy Cormick-Archie, from NAS Infirmary of 25c, and the purchase of one Due to company policy con-
May. share (par value $5,00)) of the
decided the name change. tracts and identification cards
The music trade foresees the Apologies to Marge Spillanefor Credit Union. No person shall are generally not delivered priorto
off with be entitled to any of the rights
Barnet band walking
a belated wedding' announce. the effective date of such con- r
number one honors this year and ment. Marge is an AK graduate and privileges of a member tracts. Employees applying for
when hear them will be until his application shall have **
you you from NATTC and is now attached coverage under these pIa n s
able to judge for yourself. been approved by the Board of
to NAS Supply. should check the invoices for-
Directors. Shares may be pur-
Latest Bainbridge receipts include warded to the various depart-
chased in $5.00 denominations,
BREEZES Ruby Jones Joan Knodel ments for collection to assure
+ but not exceed a maximum
and Peggy Joanne Streep. Peggy may that: their names are not appearing -
"My girl plays the piano by was assigned to the Yard Office of $1,000.00 worth for on that invoice.
I each account.
ear" Knodel and Jones to S-6
; Individual notices are not mailed -
it QUESTION: Where and when
That's nothing. My old man Division. to members as a reminder
fiddles with his whiskers." Former ANP( ) Student Doris can shares be purcrased? when collection of payments are

I Kleemeyer! reported back to ANSWER: Shares may be pur made. Therefore, employeesshould

4 Exercise kills germs, but the Jacksonville for duty as an chased fit the office of the Credit contact their representatives -

trouble is to get the darn thingsto AGAN last week, just in time to Union, Bldg. 40, located on or their personnel office,

'"' exercise.Pat stand inspection. Saratoga Ave., just east of the to, determine the dates on which

AK graduates Joy Waite and Bank on the Naval Air Station, collections are made within their
--.'-----'- have left Florida last Jacksonville. The Credit Un-
: "Dad and Dooley Tune Litzan respective department for the

Charlie Barnet been fighting for 20 years, but, week for duty at Alameda, Calif. ion is open for the transaction Blue Shield-Blue Cross contracts 1

music, Charlie saw to it that his begorry, they've quit." Classmate Kay Frasci reported to of all business each Thursdayand ir i

orchestra featured what they Mike: "Buried the hatchet, eh?" *AS Jax.Traveling. Friday afternoon from 1530 i .

wanted. Later, when public taste Pat: "No, they buried Dooley." into Yankee terri- ,to 1730.C Druggist: "Did the mudpack I

changed ,to Be-Bop and so-called ;ory to attend AC School at Ole- suggested improve your wif 'i
\ ...
1 "progressive jazz," he built a The floor is the only thing sure ha, Kansas are ANP( ) graduates 'ollateral \ appearance?" M

new Be-Bop band which was to stop falling hair. Toy' Pollock and Dianne O'Han- A ttitude ( GoodR.sk Customer: "It did for a few

hailed from coast to coast as the la. Shifting from East to West Sobriety ( lays, but then it wore off."

best band In the land. "There's only one thing "that were Janice Taylor and Nancy { Home )

." His present band produces ft keeps you from being a bare- 3odle for further training as Make a habit of thrift by reg- "Miss the train, Sailor

J well balanced program of good faced liar." Navy' photographers at Pensacola. ilar stops at Building 40, 1530 to "Nawl! The engineer and I had
to the 730 and Fridays. a squabble and I just chased him
dance music and entertainment, "What's that? Joan Henry explore, Thursdays
"Your mustache* ky; at AG School In Lakehurst ; out of the station."
with some of his famous arrange



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Page six JAX AIR NEWS '7 August 1952 ''r

J Varsity Returns Hospital VP-861 Meet

To Town Loop

Holding Top SpotDefeated For HAS Diamond CrownHospital

in two straight outings and VP-861 tangle in the.second fray of a best ..-,
two-of-three playoff this evening on Enterprise diamond for
"""t'''''' at the recent Sixth Naval
p'I the NAS intramural softball championship.If .
''V District Softball Tournament, the
;;l,: a third game is needed ;it
Jax Navy varsity will seek to regain tilts, 5-3, 5-2, and 6-0.
will be played Monday, 1530 on
their winning stride as they Doc Kissee will match' pitch
pick up competition in the Men's the Hospital layout. First game ing arms with 861's Paul Franke,

With John Charvat City League. The Fliers and Rela activity was held Wednesday afternoon both rated as top hurleys in the

"J. Fifteen athletes, a coach and a trainer will board a plane here ford's" are tied for first place in on the Corpsmen's field, intramural circuits..
Sunday for the Memphis Naval Air Station to compete in the Sixth the town loop with unblemishedslates. but a score was not available at Corpsmen UndefeatedLast

Naval District Baseball Tournament, Aug. 11.15, carrying with I press time. year's crown for Hospital

them the hopes of victory for Jax Navy, which at this writing do Memphis scored two runs In VP-861 annexed the American came after they defeated Fasron V

not appear glossy.Shorthanded the top of the eighth to break a League crown last week for the Six, 24-6 and 4-3 In a playoff
all season the Fliers will enter the tourney with scoreless deadlock and defeat the third consecutive time while series, the Fasron nine having

a record of 44 wins and 32 defeats, compiled against City League, Fliers, 2-0, in first round of 6ND Hospital turned in a similar captured the American division
' service and semi-pro nines. activity. Al Gonyea had given trick in the National circuit to

Heading the pitching corps will be John McCaffrey and Gordon only three hits to that point, buta gain playoff berths. title.Action this season saw the

:. Lassila, with nine victories apiece. McCaffrey has seen duty single, fielder's choice and an Will Battle Students Corpsmen go undefeated through
throughout the season in center field when not active on the nob error combined to produce the Winner of the Mainside title three rounds, which included 27

and will be called for similar responsibilities at Memphis. i winning tallys. will battle the ANP( ) Studentsfor games. VP-861 was defeated only

" Completing the list of throwers for the Fliers are Gene Clifford Dale Reitenour's single in the the mythical station crown three times in 29 outings during

((6-6)), John Scarola (3-0)), Phil Righter' ((3-6)) and Eddie Poquette first was wasted for the Fliers, Beginning sometime next week. league action.

(1-0). while John Adams and Cliff] Hospital won the NAS championship Fasrpn Six, Fasron 109 and
f Around the infield, Dick Brock, a clever fellow with the glove Pickett both one-based in the last year for the third HAW-1 made determined bids

rr-- but a decidedly light sticker, will protect the initial sack; the dependable second to no avail. The Fliers' straight time and will be looking through the first two rounds of

Tom Neely, with a .351 average and 15 triples in 65 fourth and final safety was Matt for' number four against the play to gain a title shot, but the

games, receives the call at second; long hitting Jim Coughlin, .370 Fedak's lead-off single in the Patrolmen. However in competition Patrolmen were not to be deniedas
F' average in 63 games that includes 14 doubles, eight triples and four sixth. with the Students the they swept through league

home runs, at third, and strong armed Donny Hafeman at short. Pensacola Wins, 4.1 Corpsmen were downed in three playoffs for a clearcut decision.

r. Bob Stefanich will see duty behind the plate. Bob is a hustlers Louis Izzino singled in the top Hospital had only 31

; from the word go, can pick up the base hit when it's most needed half of the first against Corry Children Get scored on them in 27 games, runsI

..,"; I and offers the pitchers an experienced receiver to work with at Field, Pensacola, and scored the ing no less than 14
all times. only Flier run of the tournamenttwo the process. '
Patroling the outfield will be Jim Ahrend, the erratic porstide outs later when John Breen Swim AwardsFor Final standings of the third

swinger, in left, McCaffrey, hitting .283 in center, and Bill Schuck- plated him from second. found:

ers in right. Brad Tredinnick and Pickett TrainingOver AMERICAN J.KAr.UK:
Reserve strength rests on the shoulders of Angelo Tripi and Tram WVHS61 I.
in but
.' in singled the closing stages, ....._......._......._ 7 0
? ?
Tom Ulyon. Ulyon fails to respond at the plate, but can gather the Fliers could not get a base 200 children, dependents VP-3 .??._...__ 4 3'
the fly ball from any Quarter, while Tripi has had an on-again-off- hit in the clutch and Pensacola of station personnel, were award. }F r'asion a i on Six 109 _?.. .. 4 4 3 3

again season since joining the Fliers, but is usually consistent with coasted along on their two run ed certificates for completing the AW.l ..."..._.-T-.. 4 3
VJ-2 ....._.__ 3 4
'i. the glove. innings of the first and second fora beginners Swimming Course, VP-S ..?..?..........'..: 2 5
Frank man who has seen lots of dutyas sponsored' the Station's VJ-62...?._..... 0 7
The coach, McCalfrey, a 4-1 decision.In I by Special -
Jax entries overa long and the trainer. Art I Services NATIONAL I.E AC UK'hoto
pilot of Navy span Department at an
their last City League game T..m W L
Gazda complete the traveling roster. assembly in the Indoor Pool last Iiosptiat OFAW'.11
before> the tournament openedthe ...::::: .. i 2o&a
That's the pre-tournament story. There'll be the best of the locals bounced from behindto week. __...=:.........:::=:::::.= 2O&
locals will be hard ( ..........._._.........____ 4 3 .
district in competition at Memphis and the nip Happy's Sport Center Red Cross cards were bestowed Lab 3 4
pressed for a victory, but win, lose or draw, they'll carry the Jax 4-3. upon 50 of the youngsters who Supply nflrmary.:::::::::::::::::::==: 2 2 5 5
Navy banner. Down nappy's, 4.3 had successfully passed tests to Commissary Store. '.:=. =:::= 0 7

SHORT SHOTS. Through an oversight on our part last weekwe A walk and two errors netted qualify them for a Beginning

listed Lt. Paul McCoy as NATTCenter Special Services officer. the Navy nine a lone counter in Swimmers rating by Harold W.

This is incorrect. Lt. Fred Marconi is SS officer while McCoy is the fourth to trim a 2-0 Happy's Anderson, Duval County Red Pistolmen Cop

Physical Training officer. lead. The foe' had counted two Cross representative.
." Our thanks to Otis Boggs, Radio Station WREF's play-by-play runs in the first on two walks At Mainside, 200 children began Second Straight

announcer of all University of Florida football games, and Mac and a pair of singles.It the six weeks of instruction District HonorsJax
McGrew, sports editor of the Gainesville Sun, for the hospitality headed by Mary Dimick and a
was 3.1 into the bottom of
viewed the Fliers and Barkley staff of NAS life 145
extended this writer when we guards, com-
the sixth after Happy's scored a Navy pistol men annexedthe
Motors in the University City last week. pleting the course. While at
run on a single and a boot. Fedak 6th Naval District pistol titleon
the was a benefit sponsored by the Gaines NATTCenter Allen Campbell was
game popped to the home half,
open the local last week for
Club and Little assisted by another of lifeguards range
ville Optimists Club to raise money for their Boys' but Tredinnick and Reitenour group
? League baseball teams and was the largest crowd the locals have drew four ball counts and Tom instructing a class of 99. the second consecutive year, They ,
J'' season' Center life include Gil all three caliber matches .22
played before all 572. Hendricks grounded to advancethe guards* won ,
The Waves softball team deserves credit for a hustling 1952 runners a base. Whitaker, Mel Carver, Dick .38, and .45, compiling an aggre
season. Hampered by injuries and transfers the gals, nevertheless, Walker, Myles Nash and John gate score of 3333.
Adams smashed a single to
have displayed a spirited brand of ball against some of the toughest vaffman, while at Mainside Wll- Local Navy men also copped
plate both runners and an error
competition in the area. lard Sliva, Jim Meiders, Omar individual honors with Robert S.
Still waiting for word from some of the anglers of the station on Ralph Baughan'i easy roller Glass and Mrs. Mills gave in- Stringer, AKC, taking the championship -
sent the winner across before
who record a good week-end catch. Give us a ring, Ext. 216. Liketo tructions. while teammate John
Pickett skied to end the stanza.
have pictures if available. 1 Immediately after the awards Lucas, ADC, placed third.
Definite dates for the Iron Man Trophy tennis tournament presentation the Center life Stringer outshot last year's

have been set. Play opens Aug. 21. A meeting of all team managers MONTGOMERY\ TARS guards gave a demonstration of champion, Lt. Anthony Schmiegof

has been called for Aug. 18, in the Special Services building. Tennis OPEN SERIES FRIDAYJacksonville's water safety and high board an.tics. 6th Naval District Headquarters -

opens competition for the second leg of the IM trophy. 5-year-old Bethy Hood, a by a margin of 2525-2519.
Tars wind
Harold W. Anderson, Director of Educational Services for the up a student, displayed her lack of Lucas posted a 2514 for his tally.

___ Duval County Chapter of the American Red Cross, did a fine jobas three game series with Augusta fear for the water by diving Ben Preston, A01, and Allan
tonight at the Myrtle Avenue
MC at the awards program for the beginners swimming class from the 3-meter board and then Johns, ADC, were the other two i
orchard before opening a stand
last week. swimming to the pool ladder. team members.
Old Sol has slowed down action on the local links the past with Montgomery, single games
slated Friday through Sunday
month, many of the golfers passing up a play on the'greens for a f
fan and a cooling beverage. However, scores were reported by a Columbus knocked the high
group of youngsters who recently completed Jack Harvey's in riding Tars down a notch on the
+ structions.The recent road trip, but the localsare

younger set included Harry Helman, 61, Tommy Carter, still battling for a pennant

69, Pat Dickson, 64, and Ruby Doalson, 62 .for nine holes. Which berth which has. escaped them .t
isn't bad considering there are some older dubbers who still tour all season. I

one side well over the 55 mark and have been playing a number of Special "Baseball Park" buses

years longer. leave downtown Jacksonville before Y,
Bill Schuckers prize comment, after driving in his sixth run each game and return immediately -

of the afternoon against Post Nine, Sunday, and stealing two bases: after. Free tickets *to .
"It's not the hitting that astonishes me, it's the base running." Bill service personnel may be obtained .M yiAt Y

carried his "dainty frame" around the paths like an elephant through the Jax Air News office -

chasing a deer. Building 930, but requestsare
A Parris Island and Fort Jackson fought on even terms through honored for units only. No

a 10 games this season, the Arrows copping a 9-1 fray for the breakin individual ticket request can be

the last game. The Islanders leave shortly for California where filled. ,
it they'll compete in the All-Marine baseball tourney and a berth in 3' i
r tournament at Wichita, Kan. Nelson Fox of the White Sox ;
the National Baseball Congress 3
II' .c- ,. _
to "'"'"
Ex the leaguer
Fort Jackson, meanwhile, announced their 1952 grid slate. became major %
hibition games are scheduled with the University of Miami, Sept. collect 100 hits this season when MINNOWS RECEIVE AWARDS-Youngsters of the Beginners I.

15, and the professional Philadelphia Eagles, Sept. 20. ,he pounded out seven safeties In Swimming Class, sponsored by the Special Services Department
Completing the schedule; Camp Lejuene, Oct. 4; Cherry Point, the July 13 twin-bill with the Athletics receive certificates from Harold W. Anderson, Duval County Red ,: '
Cross Director
at Indoor
an awards last week at the
ceremony ;
hits r
Oct. 18; Fort Eustis, Nov. 1; Quantico, Nov. 14; Parris Island, Nov. raising total to 106 Pool. Mary Dimick and Allen Campbell, leading instructors; assist :
22; Camp Atterbury, Nov 27, and Indiantown Gap, Dec. 8. Fox had 198 base knocks in 1951. lag with the presentations. t

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7 August 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven ;JI{

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Pensacola WavesTo

M + o," Sri C
Battle Jax 1
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Gals In TwinbillWaves ,:',
from Jax Navy and
Pensacola will flood Enterprise

diamond this week-end, but the '..... j
current will result in Softball

d action rather than rain as the
gals hold their annual meeting. "

T.! Last'season the local entry
t stopped the visitors twice, de-

feating an aggregation from Cor-
ry Field and an NAS nine. ; V. t
Plans are indefinite at presentas

) there are three possible teamsto

make the trip, the two afore-
vcoo a,3w.ka< ,1 LtGafdf Ky ? : mentioned and Whiting Field.

Word has not been received as to { ws
'_' ,. ., ___'_m.._...._......._......................_.....,...................................... those making the Jacksonville y
HE FLOATS THROUGH TilE AIR-Cfnterfielder John Mc- invasion.
Caffrey would appear to be gliding the airways as he crosses However, last year's action
home plate against Post Nine last Sunday. But it was just the
finishing stride that scored one of the Fliers' runs in their 16-1 was piled into a Saturday night

conquest of the Colonels. Shortstop Donny Hafeman watches for double-header and should that TKO IN TilE MAKING-John Rocco Marine 155-pounder,
a possible play on his teammate while Post Nine catcher Jimmy be the this weekend the
case lands a right to the face of Sailor Ray Constanza left, as he paved
Gunnels waits in vain. first would the for TKO at 45 seconds of
game get underway at way a the third round. The bout was
one of eight staged at the NATTCenter outdoor arena last week

Navy Memphis to Host 1930.Kay Shorb will see mound that pitted Leatherneck and Tar pugilists.

duty in at least one of the games

and possibly both. The Jax Waves Leathernecks Spill Sailors--'
have been short-handed all sea
6 ND Diamond Tourney son, but will attempt to field a

strong squad this week-end for
In Second ANP
( )
Jax Navy will send its undermanned Fliers to Memphis, the important rival series.
for the Sixth Naval District Baseball Tournament There is a possibility that

, "Monday they be extended to 13 innings in any engage- transportation cannot be arranged : mitts dished out a bitter pill to Navy pugilistsin
a good bet they'll win, 3-2. for the Pensacola teams. the recent ANP( ) School intercompany smoker held at
The locals played no less ,than Check the plan of the day for the outdoor arena at NATTC. The Marine crew captured
two 13 innings frays within four ing to take advantage with only confirmation of playing dates. every bout, fashioning four TKO's in the eight melees.

days last week, defeating Bark- one down. I Hi;""h1l' ....g ht of the e venin g ca m e
ley Motors, a Gainesville independent Second 13-Innin Tilt in the clash between Marine

nine, and Cecil Field by Poquette displayed good con- Jim Harper and Sailor Bill Lor-
3-2 margins. trol in his initial start, fanning man. Lorman came in at 230

Defeat Sid Mack, 10-1 11 and walking but one. Sheets pounds to Harpers 181, but the
Tomorrow night at Woodstockthe was equally effective for Cecilas weight advantage for the sailor
he struck out four and free SportsANP
Fliers meet McDuff in a City did no good. Harper bulled his
League game, and Saturday Post passed a pair, but the Fliers got way to a unanimous decision.
to him for 13 hits while the foe Marine Paul Minai outsluggedhis
Nine returns to Mason Field. In
touched Foquette for 10.
two engagements of the second lightweight opponent Clyde
round, Jax Navy has defeated At Gainesville the locals lock- Simpson, gaining a TKO in 1:20:
- the Hardware nine, 12-8 and ed horns with Barkley Motors of the second round.
3-1. and had to go 13 innings before ( ) Students Capture Phillips Gets TKO

Sid Mack was an easy 10-1 vic- reaching the Pitching Professor, In a 135 pound bout Jim Phil
tim of the Fliers last Thursday, Bill Phillips, for one run and a Second Straight Loop TitleA lips of the Marines plastered
John Scarola (3.0) credited with 3-2 victory.The Wyman Dustin for the second
the win, relieving Gordon Las- Fliers evened the count at N ( P ) Students continued TKO of the evening. His time
encounters in order to complete
sila in the fou'rth.The 2-2 in their half of the second their domination of NATTCenter was almost identical to the first
league competition.ANP .
Joe scored their only run after the homestanders had intramural softball last week by TKO. Dustin sagged at 1:24: of
in the sixth on a, pair of safeties plated a pair in the first. Barkley reeling off their second consecu- ( ) Ships Company pasted the second. );f r I

after the Fliers had amassed an missed a chance to gain the win tive diamond crown.NATTCenter Special Services-First:: Lieutenants Welter Joe Budnick decision. .
in the 12th when had 8-2, in a make'up game to ed Dick Debady to mark the
8-0 lead. Jim Ahrend and Jim they run cut short its soft-
inaugurate the week's action.
Coughlin poled leadoff triples in ners at second and third with ball program, dropping all sched- The ANPers( their third defeat for the Navy.
the second and fourth, respec- only one out, but fireballingJohn uled in favor of makeupA whipped Putting on the mitts for the ,..
14-2 in the
own Ships Company
tively, to pace the onslaught. McCaffrey (9-6) fanned Marines in a 155 pound go John
General's! Varsity Away the next two hitters to evade home run by catcher Joe only other game played, while Rocco went to the third roundto

Post Nine's "junior" entry was damage. Ginsberg of the Detroit Tigers, a six teams forfeited their encoun TKO sailor Ray Costanza, but
no match for the local wood Phillips struck out 13 while ,185 hitter, deprived pitcher Vic made it quick when he started.
Monday the Students blasted
Sunday, bowing 16-1 in a game McCaffrey fanned 10. Mac hurl Raschl of the Yankees of a no-hit I Costanza had had enough in just
SS-lst Lt. 8-2 in that
a game 45 seconds of the third.
called fit the end of seven in- ed eight consecutive innings of game, July 13. Ginsberg's blow, I was previously protested from
nings. The General's varsity was no-hit, no-run ball, spaced between which came with two out in the the fourth inning. Split Decision At 160

engaged in American Legion harmless singles. in the eighth inning, was the only safety The Students now await a chal- The lone split decision of the
Tournament activity and could second and 11 tho off Raschl. I
lenging nine from Mainside to
not appear for the game. K e
The line scores: vie for the mythical Station
"Fleet"' Bill Schuckers turnedin :Tax Navy 020 000 000 000 t 855 Navy in a 160 pound meeting.Jim .
a one man show and was at Barkley :300 (000 000 000 0 274 Ferris Fain of the Philadelphia championship. Gumm of the Marines
McCaffrey and Stefanlchj; Phillips Athletics hit safely in 24 straight WON LOST PCT.
his season's peak, pilfering a and Walker. ANP) School 9 1 .9X1AKSchoolps ( ) plastered Art Duhaime in another -
Jax Navy 022 103 200 10 13 3 games before being collared in the ( Co. 8 2 .SOO
pair of bases and driving in six Sid Mack 000 001 000 171Lasslla : 8 3 ..727AE I:: 160 pound tussle. Referee
Scarola ((4) and Slefanloh. July 13 opener with the White !School 8 3 .727
runs with three for four. Schuck- "J Perkins stopped the bout at 1:50:
Cecil Field 010 001 000 000 0 2 10 3 Sox. Fain's string tied him with AO Ships Co. 7 4 ..6.16S
er's big smash was a bases loaded Jar Navy 010 000 001 000 1 3 13 2 .S. A 1st Lt. 6 4 .6(10 c:>:f the second round.
Sheets and Clark; Foquette and MeFoitreNine the Cards' Stan Musial for the 5 6 .454
single in the fifth that emptyed AO School 4 6 ,.400( Joe Braco, 165 pounder, gained ,
010 000 0 13 5 longest streak of the 1052 major -
Aircraft Malnt. 4 6 .400
another decision
the sacks.Coughlin for the Ma-
Jax' Navy 102 049 x 16 13 1 Medical 3 7 .TOO
made a strong bid Davis and Gunnels; Clifford and | league season. Marines 1 30 .000 rines when he attacked and defeated -

for individual honors in the first Stef anlch. Dick Midgettec in the

when he sent a 1-1 fast ball offering VC-62 EASY VICTORIN semi-main event.A .
' over the 330-foot mark inlit .bit of hilarious mayhem i
right field for the first Jax ame in the presentation of the .
, Navy, out of the park, home run Field's VC-62 ran rough- Swedish bell ringers. In this
at Mason Field this season. shod over three teams and blazedto vent four men climb into the
Neely Plates Winner an easy victory in the Fleet ring blind folded to have at each

Coming from behind a 2-1 deficit Air Jax area, ComAirLant Soft other for a three minute round.
in the bottom of the ninth ball Tournament last week, best- S Each man wears a bell, and \
the Fliers knotted the count ing VP-861, 8-1, in the finals. when it jingles chances are some -
r. against Cecil Field and went on The champs will represent this w r ,.. ther bell ringer is going to t'

to win 3-2 in 13 innings, Eddie area r in the AirLant Champion- ake; a poke in the general direction -

Poquette the winner in his first ships, to be staged in Norfolk, of the sound. ,
start of the season. Aug. 14-15. Lt. Thomas Cooper, Officials and ring side oglers i
Tom Neely supplied the mar- ComFalrJax, was in charge of continue to goad and bait .the

gin of victory when he singled the tournamnet here. contestants: with bells and gloves. ,..
home Gene Clifford who had First round games saw VP-861 It: is not unusual for a contestant -

,. singled and advanced to second with a bye, lIA W.l a 9-2 victor ; to have a pitched battle
on Dick Brock's sacrifice, with over FAW-11, Fasron 821 shel- with one of the ring posts.

i 3 the winner.It lack VJ:62, 14-0, and VC-62 dump LEAN; SWEEP-These Marines teamed for a clean sweep of k
was Neely's two out triple Fasron Six, 7-0. VC-62 pounded eight bouts over their Navy rivals in the second NATTCenter Eddie Stanky, manager of the
t followed by Coughlin's single out a 10-4 win over Fasron 821 Smoker last week. Sitting, left to right, Jim Phillips, Jim Harper, 5t. Louis Cardinals, has also
Paul Minai Jim Gumm and John Itocco. Standing, left to right,
in the semi-finals while VP-861 I layed with New York, Brook-
that sent the fray into extra M/Sgt. Steve Mayer, coach, Herman joe Calvoa, handler, Frank ;
, ; ,' innings. The Fliers left two run- posted a 3-2 triumph over HAW- Kelske, Joe Braco, Joe Budnik, Ron Carroll, Ken Day and Clint 1 yn, Boston end Chicago in the ':,
e ners strander in the 10th, falls 1 in the second bracket. Grand and Gene Doster, handlers. 1 National League.

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Page Eight J i Am NEWS 7 August 1952 /

Employees Name I '

J. mmmm OSWJA

5 Flew MembersTo HEADLINES ,

(Items offering for sale articles

f of property such as washing machines Assn. Board
t Time for that day at the beach,
automobiles, furniture, ra- '
: and this month's date is Tuesday,
dios, clothing and the like are pro- Employees named five new :
August 12, so sign up with your
hibited by Defense Department members to the Board of Directors r
recreation worker
-- regulations. This column will, of the Employees Associationin $

however, list such services as the recent election. The NAS Band was with us for

available housing, rides wanted Thomas P. Roberts, Overhauland the first time at our dance of
the 29th and the music
s and lost and found articles or Repair Department; RobertL. was tops.
Girls outnumbered and
I other similar notices). Brown, Overhaul and Repair boys planto
', be with us again on August 26
Thomas F. Andrew
RENT Department; ,
... so shine your dancing shoes.
Furn. 4-rm. apt., $75 per mo. 3659 Public Works; Frank C. Wood, .

I Riverside Ave. Mrs. Burrows. Supply and Fiscal; and William Recalled from inactive duty

Furn. 6-rm. house, $100'per mo. H. Harden, Jr., Miscellaneous
just recently were Lt. (jg) Do
Lake Shore. Mrs. L. W. ,Roof, Group; were selected to representtheir
lores N. NC USNR
Ryan ( ) ; Lt.. J
\ Ph. 2-9652. (jg) Caramee B. Milan (NC)
; Furn. 3-rm. apt., $75 per mo. 3590 Membership on the Board is
USNR; and Lt. (jg) Zerney B..
Trask Ave. Mrs. Henson, Ph. for a period of two years with RillXINT: : on her diving board. I I" Virginia (|the Vision) Mayo Barnes (MC) USNR, while the
f 2-4844. five members being elected one taking; in some sun between .ta!..." at Warner Brothers' studios.
following officers. were releasedto
Furn. 3-rm. apt.4503 Ortega year and four the following year.
I inactive duty: Lt. Jordan
I The nine-man Board is composed -
Farms Blvd. Mrs. Richard. BIRTHSListed
Wave Student Thompson (MC) USNR; Lt. Sam-
of three members from the
Furn. 3-rm. 925 Rosselle St.
apt., below are the births as uel L. Carpenter (MC) USNR;
Mrs. Rhodes, Ph. 8-2655. Overhaul and Repair Depart- and Lt. Adelaide J. WilkinsonNC
the Naval Hospital
Breaks reported by
ment, and two members each Highest
:I Furn. 2-3 rm. apts.! Hywy 220, S. between the period July 17 and ( ) USNR.
from Public Works, Supply and
of Pk. T. E. Jenkins '
r Orange Auf. 1.Chief. Charles A. Thompson, IIMC,
.. Ph. 8-3524. Fiscal and the Miscellaneous Oracle
; AverageDiana I Aviation Machinist'sMate USN, reported aboard from the
t Furn. 2-rm. apt., $15 per week. Group. School
U S. Naval of Hospital p
& Other members of the current L. Bowles, SA, compiled Samuel R. Snider and Mrs.
_. 5106 Appleton Ave. Mrs. Le- I I Administration, National Naval
Grande, Ph. 2-7216. Board are Paul B. Chapman, Overhaul a 91.54 average in her graduating Grace D. Snider, a daughter,
Medical Center Bethesda
j L" Wesconnett. and Repair; Paul Long- ANP( ) Class last week at NATT- ,weighing 6 Ibs., 10 oz., on July Mary
Furn. 2-bdrm. house
to work in the staff personnel -
Mrs. McCleary. Ph. 8-2778. street; Public Works; ArlingtonW. Center to record the highest 17. office.

Furn. 5-rm. house, $70 per mo. Bennett, Supply and Fiscal; grade average yet to be made at I i Hospital Corpsman Third Class .

542 W. 24th Mrs. and Henry B. Masterson, Miscel- the Center for a Wave student. Henry J. Keim and Mrs. AdelineM.
Springfield. Dick W. Dillingham, HM1, de-
3-9729. laneous Group. Keim, a son, weighing 7 Ibs.,,
Knight, Ph. I
parted on leave to report to the ".JI
wk. 145 All employees by virtue of em- 8 oz., on July 17.
i Furn. 3-rm. apt., $12 per Naval School of Hospital Administration
f' W. 3rd St. Mrs. Knight, Ph. 3- ployment at NAS Jacksonvilleare Master Sergeant Walter Will- ,.I National Naval Medical

9729. members of the Employees' >f iam Wentzell, Jr. and Mrs. Center, Bethesda, Maryland, for ''

Furn. 3-rm. apt., $55 per month. Association. There 'ere no duesor Hortense t Avery Wentzell, a a ten month course in medical administration

I' 1280 Cassett Ave. Murray Hill. assessments in the association, daughter weighing 7 Ibs., 11'4 technics. It is the

LT Mrs. Mueller, Ph. 2-9779. and funds derived from its vari- ozs., on July 17. ambition of every conscientious -

t.;' Furn. 4-rm. apt., Ortega. Mrs. ous sources of- income are ex- '....1 Aviation Machinists Mate First senior hospital corpsman to attend :

( Harris, Ph. 2-5224. pended for the purpose of pro- Class Edward Charles Engle- this school, as it is the essence I

Furn. single rm., kit. priv. 3642 viding recreation and athletic facilities "'<:':f'Ii hardt and Mrs. Bonnie Faye of all enlisted schools for

Ernest St. Mrs. Neal. Ph. 2- for the civilian employeesof Englehardt, a son weighing 6 Hospital Corpsmen.

8126. the Station.. '. j Ibs., 14 ozs., on July 17. Earl J. Phillips, HN, reported

Furn. Single rms.. 624 Lomax St. \ .yk s Aviation i i Electrician Chief aboard from the Optical 'Sl.'hool.

Mrs. Puryear. Ph. 2-1772 or 88- Quotable QuipsA I. John Grady O'Hara'and Mrs. Bethesda, Maryland and Willard

( 414. ( Marian Shepard O'Hara, a son C. Huskins returned from leave

."',. Furn. Single rm., kit. priv. 4815 Chechoslovakian newspaper .: weighing 8 Ibs., 2 oz. on July 18. honeymoon leave, that is. ..
San Juan, Lake Shore. $45 per recently reported) that Vera Ifamoelkova ;: :..11....... Aviation Electronics Technician S *
a 21-year-old studentat Diane L. Bowles, SA, who -
mo. Mrs. W. C. Swick. established 3rd Class John W. Fluke and Transferred for duty with the
recently a new rec-
Frrn. Single kit. priv. 2503 the mining college In Moraiska Fleet Marine Forces Pacific Bar
rm., ord grade average at NATTC. Mrs. Mary Moore Fluke, a son ..,
Dellwood Ave. Mrs. Bowden, Ostrava "has spent her wedding weighing 8 Ibs., 14Vz ozs., on ry E. Davis, HN, left for Camp
Ph. 7-5626. night In true people's democrat'c Diana, who was second in her July 18.Chief. Pendleton, California, and Wil

Furn. 2 single rms. $50 per mo. fashion. She took her groom class of 110 students, followed in Aviation 1 I Electrician liam L. Donlevy, HM3, went to
down to the Stalin mine, where the same path as she did in high
616 St. Clair St. Mrs. White, William Charles Burnett and the Marine Corps Barracks,
Ph. 8-2797. the couple I put In a voluntary school. She was valedictorian of Mrs. Doris Burnett a daughter Oceanside, Calif also for duty

Furn. 3 single rms., 2601 Park St. night shift (to Increase coal production her class and made the honor society weighing 6 Ibs., 12 Vi ozs., on with Fleet Marine Forces Pacific

Mrs. Houston, Ph. 8-2770. ." as well. July 18.Airman. George O. "lock it up" Ladue, I
Furn. Five Points. Prior to entering the Navy in IIMC USN transferred to
Single rm. William S. Lofft and was ,
Mrs. Anderson, Ph. 7-4753. To mark his birthday, a high March of this year, she attended Mrs.f Helen Teresa Lofft a daughter NAAS, Mayport for duty as "pill .,
Communist official decided to be Reed College in Portland, Ore- roller" there.
Single rm., $15 per week. 4620 weighing 6 Ibs, 1 oz., on
Arapahoe Ave., Ortega. Mrs. magnanimous. lie Invited a number gon where she majored in pre- July 18. .

Morgan, Ph. 88-8736. of peasant to his well-ap med.Diana Aviation i i Machinist's Mate ..

Single & Dbl rms., 2719 ParkSt. pointed home and showed them all is now Memphis bound Second Class James Murray Ceramics Class ..

Mrs. Wolins, Ph. 2-0087. the beautiful things that, In accord where she hopes to put in the Zembower and Mrs. Helen Ver-

Furn. single bedrm. 4346 ShirleySt. with Communist doctrine, same hard work in the AT School netta Zembower, a daughter Scheduled Soon

., St. Johns Pk. Mrs. Shef- was theirs as well as his. "Xow," and possibly finish at the top of weighing 8 Ibs., 9 ozs., on July

field. he said, "I haa real surprise for that class. By Hobby ShopTwenty
Turn single rm. 2312 College St. ,'ou. I have a radio hookup here 19.A v 1 a ti o n Electronics Mate to
people are needed
Mrs. Clark. Ph. 7-6249. that can be heard in Western Eu-
First Class Charlie Esper Cearleyand
Form a class in figurine paintingand
Will share 5-rm. house, Murray roj>e. I shall penult your spokesman Comdr. CooperIs Mrs. Elizabeth Mae Cearley, ceramics at the Hobby Shopin
Hill. Mrs. Hudson. Ph. 88-9337. to anything he likes, but
say a son weighing 6 Ibs., 15 ozs, 896 it
Building was announced
Unfurn. 4-rm. apt., kit equip. $60 he must do so In onlX one word." New NATTC on July 19.Airman recently.The .

4346 Ave. Mrs. The spokesman stood
per mo. Shirley accepted up Apprentice William class will convene in the

Sheffield. before the mike, and cried, John Kirby and Mrs. Joan Eliza- future to the
Personnel HeadComdr. near according number -
Unfurn. 4-rm. house. Southside. "Ut lp!" ,I beth Kirby, a daughter weighing of people who respond. Any
: Available to Dec. 1. Mrs Wish- 7 Ibs., 10 ozs., on July 22.Ship's .
interested should
James S. Cooper, the one contact
"Are the oldest in
Ph. 8406. you your I'
f on. Serviceman First Class
Bill Stuhr extension
AK3 771.
new personnel officer of NATTC,
2 bdrms. 5119 103rdSt. family, little boy?
.' Turn. single Robert Gordon Graham and Mrs.
will be ordered
fills the post recently vacated
Wesconnett. Close to' NASor 'No. My sister comes after me.
Nancy Dorothy Graham, a son
the and the
Hobby Shop only
by Cdr. W. C. Rivers.
Cecil. Mrs. Carol Peasley. her'And?" does anyone come after Co'mdr. Cooper won his Navy weighing 6 Ibs, IP/j ozs., on cost will be for individual equip
July 23. ,)
SALE ment.
Wings in Pensacola in 1940 as a
"No. But if they do, they can Personnelman First Class
Five rm. house, kit. equip.1300
_, Naval Aviation Cadet and served
total, $700 down, $45 per mo. have her. Bernard Anthony Ritz and Mrs. j "
with the Training Command for
.' 501 Melba St., Murray Hill. Supply & Gas Station. ContactH. I three years, as flight instructor. Roseline Mary Ritz, a daughter 1C( DIVINE))\

Mrs. Boatright. Ph. 8-3062 or weighing 6 Ibs., 6 ozs., on July
W. Colberg, AT1, Fasron Attached to carrier squadron

8-8490 after 1700. 109, Ph. ext. 8251. VB-20 in 1943, he served aboard 24. (SERVICES)' '

$3,000 equity for less than half. Lost-One 5'i shrimp net near the Enterprise and Lexingtonuntil BIRTHPLACES OF TilE STARS
1951 Imperial Spartan 36 It. beach shack Friday night Protestant
crew after he became Commanding Can pair off the-
Trailer. 5314 Wesconnett Blvd.E. Aug. 1. R. H. Middleton, ext. Officer of the squadron, later entertainment you world figures following with 0830-Morning Service, All Saint

L. Ballenberg Ph. ext. 8230. Chapel.0915Naval .
368 or 692. designated VA-9A, and was their birthplaces? .
21-ft. Schult Trailer w/attached Found-Red Cocker male proper Hospital Chapel.
spaniel ; I transferred to the Philippine 1. Vivien Leigh
winterized rm. $800. M. S. Lind, Pittman more tag. M. S. Lind, 1045-All Saints Chapel.
2. George Sanders
Iron Kettle Trailer Pk. Ph. ext. AOC, Iron Kettle Trailer Pk. Sea.Comdr.. Cooper was transferred 3. Robert Montgomery Catholic -

i 8463. ZVaml.' S. NAS off Collins Rd. to General Line School at 4. Alan Ladd 0800-0900-Mass, St. Edward's

Five-rm. house, 1284 RensselaerSt. Will board children under 5 years Newport, in 1947 and then sent 5. Phil Harrisa Chapel.

., Avondale. E. E. Raine, Ph. daily or overnight.. Juanita to Bureau of Aeronautics for a 1000-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL

': 8.6350. Gauch, Ph. 8-3062. tour in the Power Plants Divis- Beacon, N. y. 0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel.

MISCELLANEOUS Baby Sitter, 1212-A Hancock St., ion.: From this tour, he was assigned b. St. Petersburg, Russia MormonThursday1930NATTC.

'l 4 Lost-Ronson cigarette< lighter. NAS. Jeaniece Vaughn, Contact as Commanding Officer I e. Little Rock, Ark. Chap- '

Initials L. F. R. Vicinity of N. before 1900. of Transportation Squadron I d. Darjeeling, India lain's Office. I

M Park Jot. 101 N L. Royal Ph. Baby Sitter, 1140 Allegheny St., Sight: in Agana, Guam. From I l". Linton, Ind. Christian Science. t

ext. 8530. NAS. Pat Luckey. Night and his: command he was transferred Answers Tuesday-1900 at NATTC Chap- I. 1
Lost-Ring; of ten keys, between day. to NATTC, Jacksonville. I((0)) '? !1a) '! :1e) 'Z'W: =( ) 'Z '((1)) 'I lain's Office. J1kn.


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